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March 2019

01 March

Ace of Cups

Ace of Cups – Rockwood Stage 3 (NYC)


The Jimi Hendrix-approved all-female San Francisco psychedelic rock band that made its mark on the ‘60s Haight-Ashbury scene returns to the stage. Original members Mary Gannon (bass), Marla Hunt (organ, piano), Denise Kaufman (guitar, harmonica), Mary Ellen Simpson (lead guitar), and Diane Vitalich (drums) revive the magic of that era with songs from their original ‘60s run, as well as new material, from their recently released first album.

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01 March

The Cactus Blossoms/ ‘Easy Way’/ Walkie Talkie Records


The Minneapolis blood-harmony brother duo further refines its “Roy Orbison-meets-Television style” (Rolling Stone) on LP2. The self-produced record features a special group of contributors including Dan Auerbach, who co-wrote two tracks; Michael Lewis (Bon Iver, Andrew Bird) on saxophone; and Joel Paterson (Devil in a Woodpile) on pedal steel.

Contact: Amy Bailey

01 March

Citizen Cope/ ‘Heroin and Helicopters’/ Rainwater Recordings/Thirty Tigers


The two H’s of Clarence Greenwood’s first album in seven years reflect a larger, more personal pattern in society – metaphors for addiction and instant gratification that thread throughout the record. NPR praises lead single “Justice,” which “swaggers with a head-nodding groove and contains a yearning and soulful message of optimism and positivity…he swings for the fences and scores.”

Contact: Grace Fleisher

02 March

Citizen Cope – Beacon Theatre (NYC)


This rare full-band US tour follows the release of the political yet optimistic Heroin And Helicopters (3/1 via Rainwater Recordings/Thirty Tigers), Cope's first new album in seven years. Cope has toured the world extensively over the course of his 25-year career, including stops at Coachella, Bonnaroo, Sasquatch and Austin City Limits. His transformative performance style compelled the Washington Post to dub him “DC’s finest export since Marvin Gaye.”

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02 March

Jacob Collier

Jacob Collier – Irving Plaza (NYC)


The multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, arranger, producer and two-time GRAMMY winner embarks on a massive, international, full-band headlining tour behind the release of the first of his 40-song, four-volume exploration of the mind, Djesse (Hajanga Records/Decca/Geffen). Collier won two GRAMMYs and a Jazz FM Award for his 2016 debut, In My Room, and his quick rise led to collaborations with Herbie Hancock and Hans Zimmer; a performance with Pharrell; and a Ted Talk.

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04 March

Tal Wilkenfeld – Mercury Lounge (NYC)


The Australian-born “formidable singer-songwriter” (Rolling Stone) holds an intimate winter engagement with her band to preview her upcoming spring album via BMG. Wilkenfeld has recorded and toured with Prince, Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck, Herbie Hancock and more, yet her new music focuses more on her turn as a songwriter and producer.

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05 March

Tal Wilkenfeld – Mercury Lounge (NYC)


The Australian-born “formidable singer-songwriter” (Rolling Stone) holds an intimate winter engagement with her band to preview her upcoming spring album via BMG. Wilkenfeld has recorded and toured with Prince, Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck, Herbie Hancock and more, yet her new music focuses more on her turn as a songwriter and producer.

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06 March

Jacob Collier

Jacob Collier – The Basement East (Nashville)


The multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, arranger, producer and two-time GRAMMY winner embarks on a massive, international, full-band headlining tour behind the release of the first of his 40-song, four-volume exploration of the mind, Djesse (Hajanga Records/Decca/Geffen). Collier won two GRAMMYs and a Jazz FM Award for his 2016 debut, In My Room, and his quick rise led to collaborations with Herbie Hancock and Hans Zimmer; a performance with Pharrell; and a Ted Talk.

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06 March

07 March

Angie McMahon – The Basement (Nashville)


The Australian newcomer and her band play their first US show, where they'll preview an earnest yet sharp set coming to SXSW, LA, and opening slots for the Pixies. McMahon has opened for Father John Misty, The Shins, Leon Bridges, and Alanis Morissette; racked up over 15 million streams on the back of just three singles; topped the triple j radio charts; and sold out her first headline tour.

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08 March

Nick Waterhouse

Nick Waterhouse/ ‘Nick Waterhouse’/ Innovative Leisure


The new LP from “the second coming of soul” (Vogue) channels British poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, Nina Simone and the films of Robert Siodmak and Adam Curtis for a scorching combo of R&B howl, club jazz and ‘60s soul. The LP was recorded at LA’s legendary Electro-Vox Recorders and produced with Paul Butler (Michael Kiwanuka, St. Paul and the Broken Bones), with backing from a heavy bevy of friends and session players including Bart Davenport, percussionist Andres Renteria (Flying Lotus, Father John Misty), flutist Ricky Washington (Kamasi’s dad) and saxophonists Paula Henderson (Gogol Bordello) and Mando Dorame (JD McPherson).

Contact: Mikaela Duhs

08 March

Dido

Dido/ ‘Still On My Mind’/ BMG


One of the UK’s best-selling artists ever returns with her first album in five years. The electronic and dance-heavy release, though still faithful to her folk roots, was written and recorded in England, a result of the fruitful production/songwriting partnership with her long-term collaborator and brother, Rollo.

Contact: Hannah Schwartz

08 March

Vitamin String Quartet/ ‘Geek Wedding Forever, Vol. 3’/ CMH Label Group


Millennials and Jeff Goldblum fanatics are in for a treat with these classically re-imagined tracks of everyone's favorite childhood video games, superheroes, and Netflix binges. With romanticized versions of music from Stranger ThingsJurassic ParkBatmanSuper MarioThe MuppetsSailor Moon, and more, it's a collection fit for the geek inside all of us.

Contact: Andrea Evenson

09 March

JJ Wilde – The Roxy Theatre (LA, CA)


The Canadian newcomer, currently on her first US tour, comes shrouded in mystery and brandishing a new take on lovelorn rock music. She and her band deliver a powerfully brash set featuring debut single “Wired” and songs from her forthcoming EP while on the road with The Glorious Sons.

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09 March

The Glorious Sons – The Roxy Theatre (LA, CA)


The Juno-winning Canadian quintet, which recently landed at No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs chart for “S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun),” embarks on an extensive US headlining tour. Their “infectious energy” (Billboard) and grassroots touring have propelled them to Spotify Viral 50 charts and selling out ballrooms and halls across the country.

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11 March

11 March

Dalton & The Sheriffs – Whiskey Jam (Nashville)


Boston’s punk-inspired, county-rock five-piece and “one of the most promising up-and-coming country groups in the nation” (Metro) tours ahead of their soon-to-be-announced summer EP. Channeling performing greats like Eric Church and Hootie & the Blowfish, the band’s frenetic energy has earned them opening slots for Jason Aldean & Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell, and Sam Hunt.

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15 March

Ludovico Einaudi

Ludovico Einaudi/ ‘Seven Days Walking’/ Decca


The Italian composer and pianist has played on an Arctic glacier, has performed at huge pop music festivals, and has become the most-streamed classical artist in the world, yet his new album might be his most ambitious project yet. His new project will consist of seven thematically related albums modeled after each day of the week, one album a month through September.

Contact: Ray Padgett

15 March

The Cinematic Orchestra/ ‘To Believe’/ Domino/Ninja Tune


The influential British electronic jazz duo’s first album in 12 years explores a timeless question of vital importance in 2019 - what to believe? The new album features contributions from collaborators old and new: vocalists Moses Sumney, Heidi Vogel, Grey Reverend, Dorian Concept, Tawiah and Roots Manuva, with Miguel Atwood-Ferguson (Flying Lotus, Anderson Paak, Thundercat, Hiatus Kaiyote) on strings.

Contact: Grace Fleisher

15 March

Tal Wilkenfeld/ ‘Love Remains’/ BMG


The Australia-born “formidable singer-songwriter” (Rolling Stone) paid her dues as an instrumental prodigy playing with Prince, Mick Jagger, Herbie Hancock, and more. Now she reveals her talents as a singer and producer with her first solo album where she sings. Jackson Browne contributed as Executive Producer, and the album features backing from a bevy of friends and highly respected players including guitarist Blake Mills (Alabama Shakes, Perfume Genius), keyboardists Benmont Tench (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers) and Zac Rae (Death Cab for Cutie, Lana Del Rey), and drummer Jeremy Stacey (Ryan Adams, Noel Gallagher).

Contact: Mikaela Duhs

15 March

Jacob Collier

Jacob Collier – Fonda Theatre (LA, CA)


The multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, arranger, producer and two-time GRAMMY winner embarks on a massive, international, full-band headlining tour behind the release of the first of his 40-song, four-volume exploration of the mind, Djesse (Hajanga Records/Decca/Geffen). Collier won two GRAMMYs and a Jazz FM Award for his 2016 debut, In My Room, and his quick rise led to collaborations with Herbie Hancock and Hans Zimmer; a performance with Pharrell; and a Ted Talk.

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16 March

Guster – Beacon Theatre (NYC)


The storied band headlines a North American tour behind the moody and layered new album, Look Alive (Nettwerk/Ocho Mule). Along with their classic cuts, the group will also bring to life the “cold sounds” of their new record, a sound beautifully captured in the stark and haunting title track NPR Music calls “one of Guster’s most musically sparkling pop songs.”

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20 March

Prateek Kuhad – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)


The Indian singer-songwriter’s already incredible global journey includes teaching himself guitar on a $20 knock-off "Givson" in New Delhi, falling in love with Elliot Smith’s music as an NYU student, winning the 2017 International Songwriter Competition, and recording the cold/mess EP in Nashville with session musicians who've backed Willie Nelson, Cage The Elephant, and more. Kuhad returns to the US for a headlining tour following his sold-out first American tour last fall.

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20 March

Mandolin Orange – El Rey Theatre (LA, CA)


Songwriter Andrew Marlin and multi-instrumentalist Emily Frantz join their longtime touring band (keyboardist/guitarist, bassist and drummer) for this performance supporting new album Tides Of A Teardrop (Yep Roc). The North Carolina-based duo had a busy 2018: They sold out every US headlining date; sold out 12 of 14 dates on a winter European tour; played with the Avett Brothers and Josh Ritter; and graced iconic stages such as Red Rocks, the Ryman Auditorium, Bonnaroo and Newport Folk Festival.

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22 March

Mogli

Mogli/ ‘Patience’/ Independent


Berlin’s DIY ambassador creates a snapshot of an artist in flux. With sensual synths and somber electro-pop, the EP’s five cinematic tracks make a melancholic, dream-like statement on change and the patience necessary to survive emotional upheaval.

Contact: Hannah Schwartz

23 March

Charlie Cunningham – Murmrr Theatre (Brooklyn, NY)


The MOJO and NME-approved UK artist, already with millions of streams, brings his intimate, goosebump-inducing theatre performance to the US. This new tour follows Cunningham’s sold-out hometown show at London’s Omeara and new singles “Sink In” and “Permanent Way,” which preview what’s to come later this year.

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27 March

27 March

Sophie Auster – Top of The Standard - Chelsea (NYC)


Brooklyn’s “sultry chanteuse” (New York Times Magazine) follows SXSW and an east coast tour with this special Annie O-curated showcase. The folk-pop “rising star” (The Cut) with a haunting voice will play songs from the forthcoming Next Time (4/12 via Fieldhouse/BMG), her first record in four years.

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28 March

Intelligence Squared U.S.

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates “The Republican Party Should Not Re-Nominate Trump” – The Kaye Playhouse (NYC)


As Americans gear up for the 2020 election, Republicans have a choice: Should Donald Trump be their nominee? Former Senator Jeff Flake and New York Times op-ed columnist Bret Stephens argue no. Arguing against them will be former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who served on the Trump transition team, and Fox News columnist Liz Peek.

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28 March

Charlie Cunningham – The Theatre at Ace Hotel (LA, CA)


The MOJO and NME-approved UK artist, already with millions of streams, brings his intimate, goosebump-inducing theatre performance to the US. This new tour follows Cunningham’s sold-out hometown show at London’s Omeara and new singles “Sink In” and “Permanent Way,” which preview what’s to come later this year.

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28 March

Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Lula Wiles – Rockwood Stage 2 (NYC)


Isa Burka, Ellie Buckland and Mali Obomsawin preview their Smithsonian Folkways Recordings debut LP, What Will We Do. The trio, with their modern embracement of traditional American folk music, has toured internationally, winning fans at Newport Folk Festival and Philadelphia Folk Festival and sharing stages with Aoife O'Donovan, the Wood Brothers and Tim O'Brien.

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28 March

Citizen Cope – The Novo (LA, CA)


This rare full-band US tour follows the release of the political yet optimistic Heroin And Helicopters (3/1 via Rainwater Recordings/Thirty Tigers), Cope's first new album in seven years. Cope has toured the world extensively over the course of his 25-year career, including stops at Coachella, Bonnaroo, Sasquatch and Austin City Limits. His transformative performance style compelled the Washington Post to dub him “DC’s finest export since Marvin Gaye.”

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29 March

The Infamous Stringdusters – Marathon Music Works (Nashville)


The bluegrass quintet, whose last album won the 2018 GRAMMY for Best Bluegrass Album, tours behind their experimental new album, Rise Sun (4/5 via Tape Time Records). The band has over 13 years of rich history that includes eight studio projects and nearly 1,000 shows. They’ve shared stages with Ryan Adams, Phil Lesh and more and have headlined historic venues like Red Rocks and the Ryman Auditorium.

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31 March