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October 2015

01 October

01 October

01 October

Sam Lee - Town Hall (NYC)


A former wilderness expert and part-time burlesque dancer, collects folk songs of the British Isles (a la Alan Lomax) and recasts them with ornate chamber pop arrangements with worldly flourishes.

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07 October

07 October

08 October

09 October

13 October

A2IM CMJ Reception - Slate (NYC)


Celebrating 10 years, this trade organization supports the rights of 340+ independent labels (small and medium enterprises) in delivering innovative music to a fair and equitable marketplace, lobbying Congress for copyright protection and advocating for licensing-rate parity for all creators.

14 October

14 October

14 October

Nikki Hill - Carroll Place (NYC)


A punk-turned-soul-singing fireball whose voice is a raw amalgamation of Tina Turner’s luscious wail and Bon Scott’s larynx-shredding roar. She’s backed by the volcanic rockabilly riffs of husband/guitarist Matt Hill.

15 October

John Grant - Rough Trade (Brooklyn)


The John Congleton-produced third album from the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter cements his reputation as the most brutally honest, caustic, profound and funny diarist of the human condition through sumptuous tempered ballads and taut, fizzing electronic pop songs

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15 October

15 October

15 October

16 October

16 October

Goldroom - CMJ@Bowery (NYC)


 LA-based producer, songwriter and electronic music artist takes the stage with a four-piece band to create a modern yet nostalgic-feeling sound focused as much on actual song structure as on crisp danceable beats.

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17 October

John Grant - Le Poisson Rouge (NYC)


The John Congleton-produced third album from the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter cements his reputation as the most brutally honest, caustic, profound and funny diarist of the human condition through sumptuous tempered ballads and the taut, fizzing electronic pop songs

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19 October

19 October

Nikki Hill - Rockwood Music Hall (NYC)


A punk-turned-soul-singing fireball whose voice is a raw amalgamation of Tina Turner’s luscious wail and Bon Scott’s larynx-shredding roar. She’s backed by the volcanic rockabilly riffs of husband/guitarist Matt Hill.

20 October

Dave Alvin + Phil Alvin - City Winery (NYC)


Brothers and former Blasters pay homage to a wide array of blues + R&B legends (James Brown, Lead Belly, Big Joe Turner + more) on the follow up to 2014’s ‘Common Ground’ - their Grammy-nominated 1st record together in three decades.

20 October

Joe Jackson - Town Hall (NYC)


His first LP of original music in 7 years tells the tale of 4 cities with songs recorded in New York, New Orleans, Berlin and Amsterdam—each with a different set of first-call supporting musicians.

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21 October

Joe Jackson - Town Hall (NYC)


His first LP of original music in 7 years tells the tale of 4 cities with songs recorded in New York, New Orleans, Berlin and Amsterdam—each with a different set of first-call supporting musicians.

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23 October

Green River Ordinance - Highline Ballroom (NYC)


Following an album pre-sale that landed in the iTunes Country Top 10 -- LP coming in January 2016 -- the five-piece delivers rollicking shuffles, mellifluous harmonies and songs that will make your toes tap involuntarily.

23 October

Joey Alexander - Town Hall (NYC)


This wildly talented young pianist will join the Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra for two nights at Town Hall to celebrate the music of Thelonious Monk.

23 October

24 October

26 October

27 October

28 October

UB40 - Webster Hall (NYC)


Frontman Ali Campbell rejoins forces with vocalist Astro and keyboardist Mickey Virtue on their first North American tour in eight years to feature the three founding members of the iconic Birmingham reggae group.

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29 October

Youth Lagoon - Webster Hall (NYC)


The typically introverted musician Trevor Powers completely opens up for the first time ever on his third album after the tragic loss of a close friend. The 10-track collection is his most ambitious, unguarded work to date.

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