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Mizan K, Queen Esther, and The Hornē Electric Band play The Revolution Vol. 35, 01.26

“The Revolution”, a showcase of emerging local artists hosted by The National Sawdust, will be celebrating it’s 35th rotation with three engaging new voices in the New York music scene. Queen Esther conjures the melancholy of black Americana with her take on country; The Hornē Electric band approaches their compelling brand of funk with a combination of technical savvy, creativity and a sense of humor; headliner Mizan K balances complexly fractured beats with soothing soul vocals, creating music with which she seeks to let people “know they are not alone”. Three very different creators to be sure, but each reflects the diversity of backgrounds and specialties housed by the artistic hub that is New York City. “The Revolution: Vol. 35” will take place on January 26 at 10:00 pm - you can listen to a playlist of the featured artists below, and buy tickets here. - Sunny Betz





Tensei "Constellate"

The production duo of Midas Wells and Chris Kramer, known as Tensei, is preparing to release their latest album Constellate on January 21st via Tokyo Dawn Records. The album will feature contribution from Liv Warfield, Sam Trump, Sulaiman, and many more.

The duo recently released the album’s opening track and lead single “Liquid Tongues” which features silky, soulful vocals from A. Billi Free.

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Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Rosemary Minkler
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/RosemaryMinklerMusic/
Venue name: 
Trans-Pecos
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R&B

Time: 
22:00
Band name: 
Jesediah
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/pg/jezmakesmusic
Venue name: 
Trans-Pecos
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Foreign Air releases "Used to You" + tours the US

Operating in the intersection between New Wave, EDM, and soul music, Brooklyn via Washington DC Foreign Air have forged a recognizable and original style, while releasing a series of incredibly catchy songs. First single Free Animal put them on the right path, but the solid 2016 EP For the Light already included another noteworthy track (In the Shadows), which climbed the digital charts and helped keep the name "hot." After that initial burst, the band has managed to keep their fans' attention alive through the constant release of several other quality singles. Their latest, entitled "Used to You" (streaming below), is a glo-fi mid-tempo that flirts with trip hop and Moby's looped soul samples. The duo just announced a month-long North American tour that will take them to Austin during SXSW and back to Baby's All Right on April 9th. 

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