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New York: Den Sessions with SoDabu x Holy Hand Grenade x N/um

April 08, 2016 at Botanic Lab Bar NYC in New York.


It’s a family affair. Live music + DJ equals love.

// SoDabu (DJ set) at 10pm and the in between //

// Holy Hand Grenade at 11PM //
Holy Hand Grenade is a Brooklyn-based, new music collective inspired by world-grooves and memorable melodies…. An explosive, sultry mix of jazz, soul, hip hop and funk.
Lathan Hardy – Alto Sax // Lynn Ligammari – Tenor Sax
David Hassell- Bass // Dave Palazola – Drums

// N/um at 12:30AM //
N/um is a New York based minimal, house & techno influenced trio using string instruments, voices, analog synthesizers and drum machines. Each performance or recording is improvised, with no pre-composed songs, no plan or structure agreed upon. Committing to write a new “suite” with every performance naturally implies risk. Risk inspired by the jazz innovators of the mid to late 20’th century but in a very different style and format.
Jeremy Loucas – drum machines, samples, mixing // Emil Bovbjerg – synths, vocals, ableton // Elias Meister – guitar, bass, ableton

N/UM translates to medicine or supernatural potent energy. The word is used by the !Kung, an indigenous people of Botswana and Namibia, to describe a healing energy used to cure sickness, both mental and physical, in individuals as well as the community as a whole. N/um is a central part of weekly dancing ceremonies, lasting typically from nightfall into dawn, in which the tribe’s members gather to dance for many hours until dancers enter into varying states of trance. As the trance deepens the n/um builds in the stomach, travels up through the spine and eventually explodes in the brain as the healers reach !Kia, the state in which, according to the tribe’s beliefs, a healer can transfer n/um to those in need of healing as well as to the community where it is said to maintain unity and relieve jealousy, greed and lack of gift giving.

// $10 at the door // RSVP for priority entry to Solie at rsvp@denentertainment.com.

Address: 86 Orchard St, New York
Den Sessions with SoDabu x Holy Hand Grenade x N/um

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New York: Surimay (Chile), Samantha Diaz, Valerie Levine, Kaeshi Chai with Beatbox Guitar

April 12, 2016 at Jebon Sushi NYC in New York.


Surimay (Chile), Samantha Diaz, Valerie Levine, Kaeshi Chai and more will be sharing their dancing talents.

Beatbox Guitar create an innovative mix of flamenco, psychedelic rock, hip hop and punk. Human beatboxer, Pete List’s effortless flow of beat and breath on the mic showcases Rob Mastrianni’s intricate guitar and electric sitar stylings. www.beatboxguitar.com
Rob Mastrianni: Guitar, Sitar guitar
Pete List: Human beatbox, Shahi Baaja

Aakriti will greet you at the door.

Jebon Sushi and Noodles, 15 Saint Marks Place, lower level, between 2nd and 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10003 www.jebonusa.com

Djam Schedule
7:30-8:00pm Doors open
8:00-8.15pm Band plays
8:15-8:30pm Dancers Set 1
8:30-8:45pm Open Floor
8:45-9:00pm Dancers Set 2
9:00-9:15pm Open Floor
9:15-9:45pm Dancers Set 3
9:45-10:00pm Open Floor

$15 entry, $5 minimum food or drinks
(Bellyqueen School members get $5 off)

Surimay is a ballet-trained Venezuelan dancer living in Chile. She won“Miss Bellydance Chile 2008” and started her own school in Santiago de Chile in 2010. She has taught and performed in Argentina ( Buenos Aires, Mendoza, Neuquen and Bahía Blanca ) , Venezuela ( Puerto Ordaz, Maturín, Valencia, Caracas ) La Paz Bolivia, Tacna Perú, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, Shangai China and all over Chile. http://www.surimay.cl

Choreographer, performer, instructor, model and director, Samantha Diaz is recognized as one of NYC’s finest dancers. Samantha has taken her talent for the world re known Dance Asia at The Belly Dance Conference in Ningbo, China. She toured as a master teacher in 14 cities in China. Where she taught daily workshops and performed in a stage where only the best belly dancers in the world have performed. She also traveled to Ukraine, being the first belly dance (snake charmer) choreographer featured at the TV Show Season 6 “So You Think you can dance” Ukraine and recently being the Director for the Global Dance competitions for “Dance For Unity” in Shanghai China August 2015. http://www.samanthadance.com

Valerie Levine is a professional bellydancer and figure skater based in New York City. She started dancing at the age of four, studying tap, jazz, modern, and ballet. She continued to dance throughout college where she expanded the styles of dance to Latin/ballroom, Brazilian samba, flamenco and belly dance primarily at the Broadway Dance Center and Alvin Ailey in New York City. After getting her Bachelors of Science from FIT, she continued to pursue her dance and figure skating career. She currently teaches and performs both ballroom and belly dance 6 days a week. Valerie performs belly dance all over New York City and the tri-state area for weekly shows, weddings, birthday parties, etc! She has started her own performance company called Valerina dance featuring Belly Dancing, Brazilian Samba, Flamenco, Ballroom/Latin, Fire dance, and much more. She has traveled as far as Cairo, Egypt for her dance performances! She has co-produced and co-choreographed belly dance events such as the “Belly Dance Brunch” as well as the “World Extravadanza” at the Highline Ballroom In New York City. www.valerinadance.com

Kaeshi Chai is a world-fusion bellydancer and teacher trainer who co-founded the professional dance company Bellyqueen and PURE (Public Urban Ritual Experiment), an international community of artists who create positive change through dance and music. Kaeshi has performed and taught internationally, and is an alumni member of the Bellydance Superstars, and Jillina’s Bellydance Evolution. She curates the weekly Djam NYC event showcasing dancers and musicians, and teaches at the Bellyqueen School of Dance and Steps on Broadway. Her mission is to develop bellydance as a stage art and explore it’s powerful, healing properties. www.kaeshi.com

Address: 15 Saint Marks Pl, New York
Surimay (Chile), Samantha Diaz, Valerie Levine, Kaeshi Chai with Beatbox Guitar

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Brooklyn: The PitchBlak Playlist: JSWISS :: April Edition

April 25, 2016 at Manhattan Inn in Brooklyn.


The PitchBlak Playlist Residency featuring JSWISS. Hosted by PitchBlak Brass Band + Presented by HYPNOCRAFT. Sliding scale $5-10 for the show, collected during the sets. #pitchblakplaylist

More on JSWISS:
College educated and raised in the suburbs, unlike the stereotypical emcee, JSWISS is an adept lyricist who embodies the essence of hip hop with an infusion of soul. With clever wordplay, positive messages and an infectious energy that drives an exciting live show, JSWISS, who Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival producer Brooklyn Bodega calls “a great representative of the future of the culture,” appeals to hip hop purists and new hip hop audiences alike. Since releasing his first mixtape, while a student at UNC-Chapel Hill, Swiss has gained fans worldwide and received acclaim from music authorities such as 2DopeBoyz, The Source, Complex Magazine, Hip Hop DX, RESPECT Magazine & much more.

More about PitchBlak Brass Band’s The PitchBlak Playlist:
Each month, the playlist will feature a different hip-hop artist — some emerging, some established — in an evening of collaborations arranged by PitchBlak members. Now in its second year, the PitchBlak Playlist challenges audience members to rethink, refocus and redefine the ever-evolving landscape of hip-hop through an evening of flows, grooves and good vibes.

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Address: 632 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn
The PitchBlak Playlist: JSWISS :: April Edition

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Brooklyn: Ropedope Live Brooklyn: The Flowdown (“WorldSpeak” Album Release) / Tacuma Bradley / Jesse Fischer / DJ Russian Bear

April 26, 2016 at Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn.


Join us for an AMAZING NIGHT of music, Ropeadope Live Brooklyn! on TUESDAY, APRIL 26TH, 2016

THE FLOWDOWN: “WorldSpeakAlbum Release Show!

Tickets are $10.00
Peace & Love & Groove



The Flowdown (Ropeadope Records) is an eclectic jazz-rock-hip-hop-world music group from New York City, USA. And in many ways, the band is a reflection of the urban playground that it calls home. To begin, the members met over a diverse set of scenarios; Adam Ahuja (keys, vocals) and Gavi Grodsky (guitar, vocals) connected online whilst seeking newcomer musicians in the city shortly after moving to the Big Apple; Gavi and Lavondo Thomas (bass, vocals) were musician roommates during a week of cruise-ship entertainment work; Adam and Srikala Kerel Roach (percussion, vocals) befriended another while exploring avenues of spiritual living within New York City. The four all had something in common though: to continually push their musical minds to furthest of reaches.

A band was soon formed, featuring drummer-in-residencies, and “The Flowdown” began performing in New York City in 2009. Major elements of the group’s personality began to emerge: celebration of different cultures, creation of spaces for individuals to fully be “themselves” musically, and the cultivation a dynamic, joyful stage experience. Musically, the band drew from an affinity with instrumental jazz harmony and groovy rhythms, featured shared lead and vocal harmonies in their music, and carried a love for spontaneity and improvisation. Regular performances eventually led towards shows at Blue Note Jazz Club NYC as well as club and festival dates outside of the city. Meanwhile, members’ continually added colors and experiences to the stage, learned from touring in other prominent acts (Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Daisy Jopling, Srikalogy)

In 2011, band released its debut record, “Metamorphosis.” The album caught the attention of the late Bruce Lundvall, music industry veteran and former Blue Note Records President, who became an invaluable mentor and friend to the band, which inspired the group moving forward. Bruce summed up the band as follows: “The Flowdown is a true fusion of jazz, rock, R&B, hip hop and reggae. The band is very exciting live, the writing is impressive and the musicians are at a very high level.”

As the band entered its next writing phase, a deeper sense of collaboration began to guide the creative process. The group’s “Metamorphosis” debut record was mostly formed from pre-composed materials brought in by individual band members, later sprinkled upon or re-shaped by the impacts of the other members. For the new record, band members met weekly at their rehearsal space in Astoria Queens, without any knowledge of what is was they were about to create beforehand. As a result, practically all of the writing and arranging for the next album happened in a fresh, member-collaborative environment, often with all bandmates present simultaneously. “Let’s Try It” emerged as a band mantra to inspire open-mindedness, teamwork, patience, and deeper creative inspiration between members while forming the new music.

The Flowdown is energized in 2016 to be teaming up with Ropeadope Records for its sophomore record release and is honored to work within a family of diverse, musically riveting acts. As much effort as the band has put into writing, recording and mixing its own record, the band is equally as excited to continue blasting the stage with high energy, heartfelt performances for eager audiences of all kinds.


The Unity Band actively cultivates sonic experiments that fuse elements of HIp-Hop, Jazz, Funk, and World musics. Envisioned by Brooklyn native, Tacuma Bradley, the band seeks to render out good vibes and positive energy from anyone and anything within earshot. Their sets are filled with improvs and original compositions which have been further imagined over the space-time continuum; as they continue they’re search for a sound rife with elements of J Dilla, St. Germain, and The Headhunters. Using horns, drums, bass, keys, guitar, and the human voice, they blend rhythm and sound to create a space of openness so we (all people) can communicate on another level. A simpler level. Where a hip shake, or head nod, are signs of immersion into that space. Where you can be yourself with no hesitation. Where a smile can gain you access to all you need in this wondrous life.


For Brooklyn-based pianist/composer/producer Jesse Fischer, the simplest things are best — a catchy melody, a heartfelt lyric, an irrepressible groove. Known for his warm, soulful touch and singable melodies, Jesse crosses boundaries between jazz, soul, and singer-songwriter genres with his latest offering, Day Dreamer (Ropeadope Records, Sept 25, 2015). Featuring guest appearances from vocalist Sarah Elizabeth Charles, trumpeter Takuya Kuroda, violinist Zach Brock, and alto saxophonist Godwin Louis, the album is a modern update on 1970’s jazz-funk with influences from Jewish folksong, traditional American music, West African rhythms, gospel, and French impressionist composers.

Address: 61 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn
Ropedope Live Brooklyn: The Flowdown ("WorldSpeak" Album Release) / Tacuma Bradley / Jesse Fischer / DJ Russian Bear

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New York: THE SHED- Open Jam

April 06, 2016 at Silvana in New York.


WEDNESDAY #TheShed open jam returns to #LiveMusic #Drinks #Hookah #UpperManhattan #Harlem #NYC!!

The Shed is a #FREE #LiveMusic bi-weekly jam session that takes place at Silvana. The Shed is home to New York City’s hottest Soul, Hip Hop & Jazz musicians. The showcase is a platform for progressive music as well as a place for artist to build their chops. While occasionally heating the stage himself The Shed’s host Anu Sun (a drummer, producer, songwriter who has worked with the likes of Robert Glasper, Luke James and Omar Lyefook) will introduce you to some of New York‘s finest underground talent, rising stars and surprise guest. To sweeten the deal Silvana happens to serve some of Harlem’s best drinks, hookah and Middle Eastern cuisine. In short it’s a “win, win” situation so swing thru and let’s hang! See you there!

Past Performances at #TheShed Include:

Robert Glasper

James Poysner (of The Roots)

Mark Kelley (of The Roots)

Raymond Angry (of The Roots)

R.C. Williams and The Gritz (Erykah Badu’s backing band)

Big Yuki

Marcus Strickland

Jaleel Shaw

Igmar Thomas

Jerimiah Abiah

Justin Brown

Ben Williams

Maurice Brown

Nate Jones

Justin Tyson

Lex Sadler

Marcus Gilmore

Daru Jones

“The Shed, It’s more than a jam, it’s a revolution!!”

Address: 300 W 116th St, New York
THE SHED- Open Jam

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Watertown: DW Summer Dance Camps!

July 05, 2016 at Dance World in Watertown.


Dance like A Princess Dance Camp August 16, 17, 18 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
$50 per dancer (Princess Dance Camp is for children 3-8 years)
Once upon a time in a land not so far away, Dance World held a magnificent Princess Dance Camp. Young Princesses from near and far came dressed in ballerina outfits, for they were about to spend time with some of the most intelligent, hard working true Princesses. The Princesses came to try ballet and jazz. They were kind to others and always used their manners. Together they would dance, share stories, play games, have snacks and work on special crafts. At the end of their time with the Princesses, they would each get to invite a special person to join them at a special performance at the end of the week. We would love for your child to dance into our fairytale!

Jedi Hip Hop Dance Academy August 16, 17, 18 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
$50 per dancer (Jedi Hip Hop Dance Academy is for children 3-8 years)
This camp is for all the Jedi out there! Come spend a couple hours resisting the dark side by making light sabers, mastering Jedi Hip Hop movement skills, reenacting your favorite scenes, completing a Yoda inspired obstacle course and much, much more. C3PO could not handle all this excitement, don’t let him short circuit! Sign up today and may the arts be with you….always. There will be an in-studio performance for family and friends to conclude the camp and snacks are provided.

Olympics Dance Camp August 9, 10, 11 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
$50 per dancer (Olympics Dance Camp is for children 9 years and up)
With the summer Olympics in Rio right around the corner, your kids will be crazy about our own dance Olympics! Dancers, of all ability levels, will be divided into teams to compete against each other in dance, trivia, fitness and creative crafts. Team members will train in Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet and Contemporary. A strong emphasis will be placed on sportsmanship and positive fun. Snacks are provided each day. On the last day of camp there will be a Closing Ceremony, with demonstrations, and medals for all participants.

Choreography Dance Camp August 9, 10, 11 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
$50 per dancer (Choreography Dance Camp is for children 9 years and up)
Do you dream up your own dance routines? Do you imagine what it might be like to take your dance ideas and set them on students to perform on stage? You can give it a try in our choreographer’s camp! We will brainstorm ideas in two different dance styles and then break into groups to start working on your ideas! Everyone will get a chance to lead and perform. We will discuss some of the different jobs of a choreographer and some famous choreographers. Snacks are provided each day and on the last day a short concert of the student’s work will be performed.

“Be A Showstopper” Intensives
Camps for students ages 7 and up who are interested in joining our competition team in the fall. Focus on correct technique and stretching in each class.
Wednesday July 13- Tutu Lovers: A Ballet, Pointe and Lyrical Intensive
Wednesday July 20- Stomp the Floor: A Tap, Hip Hop and Clogging Intensive
Wednesday July 27- Express Yourself: A Modern, Lyrical and Contemporary Intensive
Wednesday August 3- Sing! Dance! Act! On Broadway!: A Tap, Musical Theater and Jazz Intensive
All Intensives are from 3-6 pm. Cost: $30 or all four for $90

Magical Character Camp-Ballet and Tap (Ages 3-6) 10:00am-12:00pm July 5, 6, 7 $50

Super Villain Camp-Jazz and Hip Hop (Ages 7-14) 10:00am-12:00pm July 12, 13, 14 $50

Animal Camp-Jazz and Hip Hop (Ages 3-6) 10:00am-12:00pm August 9, 10, 11 $50

Advanced “Get Competition Ready” Camps– $25 per day, $60 for 3 days, $95 for 5 days
Mon August 22 Technique/Stretching 4:30-6:30 pm
Tue August 23 Jazz/African Jazz 5-7 pm
Wed August 24 Broadway Jazz/Tap 5-7pm
Thur August 25 Ballet/Modern 4:30-6:30 pm
Fri August 26 Hip Hop/Co-Ed Tryouts 5-7pm

Address: 680 Mill St, Watertown
DW Summer Dance Camps!

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Brooklyn: Medium Rare ~ Fiesta Primavera

April 15, 2016 at Cantina Royal in Brooklyn.


To celebrate all things Spring, we’re taking over LA SALA @ Cantina Royal in Brooklyn on Friday, April 15th.

LA SALA is one of Williamsburg’s best-kept secrets, reflecting eclectic industrial yet cozy vibes with surround wall-to-wall projections.

To start the night right, Chef Julio MM will be blessing us with 3 courses of his unique vision of Mexican cuisine, paired with delicious tequilatails. Spots for the dinner are limited so cop em while they’re hot!

The after party will feature a V special b2b Hip Hop & RnB set w/ NSR + J Patt and DJ Salinger will be comin in fuego with a Latin-infused dance set.

Also on deck are surprise performances, immersive three-dimensional visuals & sombrero nipyatas ;)))

For you Spring Chickens thirsty to get after it, we’re hosting a FREE event @ The303 Music this Friday April 1st. Come get your dark and sexy on with us on April Fools Day! MAKE SURE TO RSVP HERE TO GET IN FREE: https://mediumrare303.splashthat.com/


Address: 58 N 3rd St (Btw Wythe & Kent), Brooklyn
Medium Rare ~ Fiesta Primavera

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New York: Akie Bermiss

April 04, 2016 at The Cecil in New York.



Akie Bermiss is a pianist, composer, and singer living and working in Brooklyn, NY. He is a graduate of Bard College with degree in music composition. While there he also studied American Music (read: tin pan alley, broadway musicals, and jazz) and writing (read: wrote some bad poetry and called it good). To his friends, he is considered a musical snob of the highest order; to his enemies — a musical charlatan of the basest variety. Among other things he is also the author of a children’s book (“I Hate to Be Sick” — out on Scholastic), a lover of science fiction and fantasy novels, a huge fan of cigars, and he takes his bourbon: neat.

Akie Bermiss is a Brooklyn native raised by former-activists in a musical household full of jazz and politics. He began singing in church, moved it to school for a while, and then took it up as a career.

Since graduating from Bard College in 2005, he has moved back to New York City and made a name for himself with his signature sound – a voice that blends R&B, Jazz, Hip Hop, and Funk effortlessly. Akie has unique skills in composing and songwriting, and, not least, great ability to work with and enhance the sounds of other musicians and singers.

He is currently playing with the Brooklyn based FutureSoul band Aabaraki, the Screaming Headless Torsos, Miri Ben-Ari (the Hip Hop Violinist), Rap sensation Soul Khan, and also working with his own band, the Akie Bermiss Trio.

We can honestly say that this full blood musician brings soul and musicianship of the highest caliber to each one of his projects, plus he is actually quite the comedian…


Address: 210 W 118th St, New York
Akie Bermiss

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Brooklyn: Dj 2 Cubes and No Surrender with Special guests

April 01, 2016 at Flowers for all Occasions in Brooklyn.


Join us for a night of indie music, golden era hip hop and no wave/early electro music presented by Dj 2 cubes and No Surrender.

Expect some special guests DJs, cheap drinks and an awesome time to meet some of the dopest artsits, musicians, and cultural innovators in ny.

Address: 1114 De Kalb Ave, Brooklyn
Dj 2 Cubes and No Surrender with Special guests

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New York: The Joker’s Comedy Series

April 05, 2016 at The Vanity NYC in New York.


Starting April 5th (Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month)
For the Afterwork Crowd Doors open @ 5:30-11.00

THE JOKER’S COMEDY SERIES – Hosted By Jamie Roberts
Happy Hour 5:30 – 8PM – 2 for 1 Drinks (Top Shelf Included)

The Joker Comedy Series Package $200
1 Bottle of Moscato Rose -1 Hookah – 1 Food Platter

Playing R&B – Hip Hop – Reggae – Latin
Top 40- Old School Classics

Entry at The Doorman’s Discretion

For more info / To Rsvp / Table Reservation
Dre -646.281.0819 @andre.riley.77 – Lady M -917.549.0402
Jay -917.951.6849 @studio4bk – Doe -646.580.2472 @citilyfe_w_w
Brewmaster -917.626.7508 @brewmasterpromo
www.drenj.com – events@drenj.com IG: @drej1events #drenjnightlifenyc
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Address: 59 W 21st street, New York
The Joker

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