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Macie Stewart & Lia Kohl

Astral Editions will be releasing an EP, “Pocket Full of Bees”, from multi-instrumentalist and Composer Macie Stewart (formerly of Marrow) and Cellist and multidisciplinary artist Lia Kohl of ZRL and Mocrep on April 5th. The duo were recorded live at Experimental Sound Studio last June.

Below you can hear the EP’s closing track, “There’s Something In My Sock (It’s Good Good)” and watch a video released by Experimental Sound of the duo performing an excerpt from this recording.

You can catch Macie Stewart & Lia Kohl at Constellation on April 5th with Charles Rumback Quartet.



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Shake the Baby Till the Love Comes Out plays Alphaville tonight

NYC post-rock and prankster duo Shake the Baby Till the Love Comes Out are taking their musical exploration of textures and timbre to Alphaville tonight (March 27) and listeners shouldn't expect them to hold anything back. The duo consisting of Fiona Gurney (guitar) and Niko Wood (drums) dangles, contorts, and tears away at the fabric of traditional rock in each track of their latest record in a pretty suit. The drastic shifts in tempo and the irresistibly mathy guitar licks that alternate between distorted and clean clearly puts them on the footsteps bands like Tortoise and Cul de Sac who drove the American post-rock movement forward. Shake the Baby Till the Love Comes Out is sure to make a lot of noise, of the right kind. - Rene Cobar

Joe Policastro Trio @ WInter’s Jazz Club (4/3)

Joe Policastro Trio released their latest album, Nothing Belongs Here, back in February. This is the Alternative Jazz of bassist Joe Policastro with guitarist Dave Miller and drummer Mikel Avery.

Below is a live video of the trio performing “No Idea” from the new album.

The trio recently announced their full 2019 tour schedule and their next local show will be on April 3rd at Winter’s Jazz Club.


La Cosa

The experimental collective La Cosa have released the recording of their recent live show at Observatory. It is not the best quality recording, but it does give the listener a taste of where this wildly inventive band is hovering.

They are hard to classify, but land somewhere between Post-Rock, Psych Rock, Jazz, and Noise. Back in December they released a track called “Trip’s over, man” which might give a clearer sense of just wild and creative this group is.


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