The Afro-electric outfit perform at the Bang on a Can Marathon at the World Financial Center's Winter Garden. Download their eclectic jam "Sankar Yaaré."
Friday, July 2 through Friday, August 27
Friday nights at the Whitney Live series provide free concerts in the lower gallery and sculpture court with admission. No fear, it's pay-what-you-wish on Fridays from 6-9pm. But note, there are no special tickets or reservations. So if your summer Fridays haven't started, or don't exist, jump uptown right after work to guarantee a spot downstairs.
Thursday, July 15 through Friday, September 3
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Sunday, June 27
Bang On A Can notes its marathon as "Lollapalooza advised by the ghost of John Cage". Founded in 1987, the celebration consists of a mass of musicians, composers, and listeners collaborating on uninterrupted live ear-bending border-crossing music from around the corner and around the globe.
Thursday, June 24 through Sunday, June 27
While there are hundreds and hundreds of bands in this music-plosion, click here for a curated list of our picks.
Wednesday, June 9, 2010 through Sunday, August 8, 2010
Click here for our picks.
Tonight the Florida dream pop outfit play Union Hall. Download their knotty track "Honest Parade."
The brother-sister indie rock duo play Maxwell's tonight. Download their new version of their track "Keep Me in the Dark."
The eclectic and acclaimed trumpeter performs with his big band at the Highline Ballroom tonight. Download his bluesy track "Ms. Garvey, Ms. Garvey."
The acclaimed post-rock band play Le Poisson Rouge tonight as part of the Carefusion Jazz Festival. Download their dynamic track "Prepare Your Coffin."
The minimalist pop duo play a free show at Brooklyn Bowl tonight. Download their disco-tinged track "Ain't No Love."
The revered sarod player teams up with guitarist Joel Harrison for an evening of new compositions at Cornelia Street Cafe. Download his cryptic tune "Way of the Warrior."
Composer and percussionist John Hollenbeck leads a 19-person experimental jazz ensemble well beyond traditional big band swing-era clichés.
Keyboardist Bernie Worrell’s quartet brings the funky, hard rock fusion to wake the dead at this year’s Undead Jazz Festival. Stream their entire set right here.
Avant garde jazz pianist, composer and bandleader, Matthew Shipp gave a mesmerizing solo performance at the Undead Jazz Festival. This stream is no longer available. Matthew Shipp will be including this live performance as part of a February 2011 two album release. You can find more details for the album by clicking right here.
Michael League is a young composer and bassist whose funk jazz quintet played one of the Undead Jazz Festivals final sets. He performed as the Michael League/Ari Hoenig Group with John Ellis, Sam Barsh & Mike Maher from Snarky Puppy on flugelhorn.
Experimental electronic duo Graham Haynes/Hardedge played at Le Poisson Rouge as part of the Undead Jazz Festival. Stream their entire set right here.