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10.25: Grace Ives takes the stage at Rough Trade NYC

Rough Trade's stage remains one of the biggest for indie artists who come through New York, whether they're up-and-comers or established acts in the scene. Grace Ives straddles that line, as she's by no means green to creating great electropop, but she continues to attract new fans with every release and performance. Ives' next show will take place on the Rough Trade stage on October 25th; while there's no new album to support, she'll share the bill with Claud Mintz, with whom she's toured for the past couple of months. Ives' last album 2nd came out last April; take a look at the recent music video for her track "Icing On The Cake" below. - Will Sisskind

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Time: 
7:30
Band name: 
The Vacant Lots
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/THEVACANTLOTS/
Venue name: 
Sunnyvale Brooklyn
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Sis plays Amnesia October 17

Photo credit Andrew Paynter

Berkeley-based Sis is playing Amnesia tonight to celebrate the release of their sophomore album, Gas Station Roses (Native Cat Recordings). The band, led by singer and multi-instrumentalist Jenny Gillespie Mason, has a soulful psych rock feel with Peter Gabriel and Talking Heads influences alongside Afropop and Japanese pop. Sis is composed of Mason and two members from the band Meerna, Carly Bond (electric guitar, flutes, vocals) and Rob Shelton (synths, programming) who help bring this album into the new dimensions. Come check them out tonight with Lalin St. Juste and Sitka Sun.  - Lucille Faulkner

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Go Fight "Athem"

Electro-Industrial band Go Fight has released a powerful new cover album called “Anthem”. The project takes socially and politically minded “Anthems” from bands you might not except like Soft Cell, Cabaret Voltaire, The Dead Milkmen, and Die Warzau. These are songs that may have otherwise gone unnoticed, but resonate today, in some case, louder than they when they were written decades ago.

The band is encourages fans and anyone who will listen to donate to RAICES who in the band’s words "work tirelessly to protect human life and dignity at the border. How we respond to people in need at our door, says everything about ho we are and who we could be”.

The album’s opening track and lead single is a great cover of Underworld’s 1988 song “Underneath the Radar”.

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Dan Derks "Phylum"

Dan Derks released his latest album, “Phylum”, last week via the new label from Omar Akrouche and Zander Raymond, Proun Press.

This, the labels third release, is lush, warm, ambient music that will playfully fill any space you play it in. It is available digitally, but the 25 cassette tape run has been sold out.

Derks also hosts an amazing local podcast called “Sound + Process” that explores music with those whom create it.

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