Following “From My Heart To Yours”, check out Laura Izibor’s second single “Don’t Stay”, off her album Let the Truth Be Told.
This Monday at Hudson, Giant Step presents Miguel Migs with special guest Lisa Shaw to celebrate the release of Get Salted Volume 2. Tell your friends and don’t forget to RSVP!
This Saturday night, September 19th, Lupe Fiasco performs at Governor’s Island. Rather than conform to music industry standards, Fiasco (born Wasalu Muhammad Jaco) has trail-blazed his own path to critical acclaim. Possessing head-spinning wordplay and a topical range more akin to the underground than the mainstream, the 25-year-old lyricist has proven that talent can still make waves in the rap game. If you haven’t already, pick up your advance tickets here.
All Ages. Your concert ticket is your Roundtrip Ferry Pass, no additional tickets are needed. Service and handling fees are added to the price of each ticket.
Doors Open At: 8:00 PM
Advance Price: $34.50
Sol Ascension brings Joy Jones to S.O.B’s this Saturday, September 19. Having released her debut album Godchild this summer, Joy is set to bring her universal message of music to the big apple. She will be joined by DJ Daz-I-Kue (Bugz in the Attic), who will spin a set that is sure to have every t-shirt in the house dripping with sweat.
Hosted by Manchildblack, Sol Ascension fuses the best elements of global soul. Past performances have included artists and DJs: Peven Everett, Wunmi, Mark de Clive and Lady Alma, Ian Friday, Osunlade, DJ Spinna and Rich Medina. Sol Ascension always delivers a mental and spiritual resurrection from the weekly grind.
204 Varick Street (W. Houston)
New York, NY
Cost: $12 in advance/$15 day of
Tickets available at Ticketweb
On October 2nd, Brazilian Girls play the Beach at Governors Island, with Man Man and The Phenomenal Handclap Band. Over the course of two previous studio albums and countless all-nighters at their East Village clubhouse, Nublu, Brazilian Girls have established a reputation as New York’s premier international party band. To attend a Brazilian Girls show—with its blur of beats, colors and textures—is to experience something like time travel: No one else is quite as capable of making a few hours fly by like a few minutes.
With Rabbit Habits, their Anti- Records debut, and the natural extension of their body of work begun with The Man In A Blue Turban With A Face and continued with Six Demon Bag, Man Man bring their incomparable vision to bear. Successfully capturing the raw spirit and essence of a Man Man live show, Rabbit Habits is the end product of the efforts of a band who are earnestly saying something important, even if you can’t always make out the words over the blare of the sousaphone.