Every weekday, we bring you great music from artists playing in the metropolitan area. Listen to the song, and if you like what you hear, click the show link to see ticket information.
Cordero is one of the hottest Spanish-language indie bands around. The band plays its tasteful combination of Latin and rock elements on display in "Ruleta Rusa" at the Bell House tonight.
New York singer, guitarist, bandleader and composer Howard Fishman releases a trilogy of simultaneously recorded albums and plays from them for three nights in the Big Apple. Download three songs from the trilogy right here.
French electro-pop superstars Yelle released a new synth-soaked album this year, La Musique. Download a remix of the title track here, and watch a video that will teach you how to dance the tectonik.
Led by violinist Hannah Thiem, Copal blends haunting violin with cello and drum rhythms to create its global, folktronic soundscape. Download the track, "Ceútara," for free here.
Emilio Solla takes his Tango Jazz Conspiracy (and post-Piazolla compositions) to the stage at Zinc Bar tonight. Download his dark, wild, "Remain Alert" here.
Hailed as "the New Voice of Brazil," São Paulo native Luisa Maita brings her smart, contemporary Brazilian pop to SOBs tonight. Download her "Desencabulada" for free.
Hendrik Weber, who performs as Pantha Du Prince, once lived in the same woods where the Brothers Grimm fairy tales were born. This may explain the haunting urgency behind the techno and folk found in “The Splendour.” Download it here.
Erland and the Carnival bring its morose and magical folk-pop to our side of the pond at the Knit tonight. Download the band's "Trouble in Mind" here.
Jazz pianist Lucian Ban teamed up with bassist John Hebert to rearrange the music of early 20th Century composer Georges Enescu for a jazz ensemble. Download this skillful remake of an Enescu aria here.
In the past six years, Andy Bothwell—who is the freestyle hip-hop and folk group Astronautalis—has released three full-length albums, performed more than 1,250 shows and logged 350,000 miles on tour in his Honda. Download his track "Sea of Grass."
Guitarist Annie Lynch met cellist Alexandra Spalding and bassist Ken Woodward four years ago at Boston’s Berklee College of Music. Download the track, "Like A Dog," right here for free.
The Oakland-based duo, Zion I, delivers reggae, dub and socially conscience lyrics on its latest album, Atomic Clock. Download the track "Many Stylez" right here for free.
Chicago natives Max Kakacek, Hal James and brothers Cullen and Cameron Omori bring a youthful energy to their blend of ‘60s garage rock-‘70s glam rock music. Download "Be My Girl" for free right here.
Urban folk and jazz singer KJ Denhert is set to release her ninth album, aptly named Album No. 9, on November 9th. Download "Choose Your Weapon" for free.
Prince Rama projects a chorus of voices over swirling synths and thunderous drums at Brooklyn's hottest bowling alley tonight. Download the track "Lightening Fossil" right here for free.
Irish folk singer Susan McKeown celebrates her new album, Singing in the Dark, on its release date, October 30th. Download the track, “Mad Sweeney,” right here for free.
Brazilian sound architect Amon Tobin produces genre-defying beats and measures by setting manipulated field recordings and vinyl records to a drum machine. Download the track “Shut Down” for free.
American arranger and jazz piano great Kenny Werner teams up with one of Europe's top big bands for a six-day stint at Dizzy's. Catch him tonight and download Werner's "Kadinsky" here.
Chino Maurice brings back the sound and style of yesteryear's soul-funk-rock masters: P-Funk, Prince, and Jimi Hedrix. Catch him at Joe's Pub tonight and download "Luna" here.
Chico Mann, the alias of former Antibalas guitarist Marcos Garcia, is a project that mashes up the disparate (and funky) genres of Afrobeat, Electro, and Freestyle into a synth-driven vintage sound. Catch him tonight at Santos, and download his "Ya Yo Sé" here.