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DioMara, Snack Cat, Vocateurs play The Revolution, Vol. 41 on 07.27

This Saturday, July 23rd at 10 PM, The Revolution series will return to National Sawdust with another set of NYC based artists: Vocateurs, Snack Cat, and DioMara. Vocateurs is a brand new Brooklyn-based (by way of Florida) band blending soul and indie rock elements - they are so new they don't even have a demo out yet! Snack Cat is a collective of musicians combining elements of jazz, blues, soul, and funk; their sound bases its foundation on an intriguing trombone/keys/electric guitar interplay. DioMara, a Panamian-American R&B singer, bears a stage presence that matches her soulful tunes, and she's also the founder of a women's charity event series called WNDR WMN.

Coming from three very different backgrounds, these artists and their music are a testament to NYC's cultural, ethnic and artistic diversity - don't miss their performance this coming Saturday! Tickets are here. - Susan Moon

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Maurice "Hip Replacement"

Instrumental Progressive Rock group Maurice has released the first single, “Hip Replacement”, from their forthcoming album Pear in the Finish.

Maurice is the work of Corey McCafferty, Kevin Meyer, David Grant, James Davis and Jonathon Kirk. This is the first new music we have had from the band since 2016’s LP Bouncy Things.

This single is fun, funky, bouncy, almost Jazz-like, but just off kilter enough to keep the listener guessing.

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Broken Robots “Suckerpunch"

Broken Robots released their second single of 2019, “Suckerpunch”, over the weekend. This follows the catchy “Fourteen to One” which was released back in May.

This is Funk/Rock/Hip Hop trio of Tony Baker, Kat Baker, Lonnie Phillips, and they burst on to the scene last year with their debut LP, Home Is Not a Place.

You can catch Broken Robots on August 3rd at The Gallery Cabaret.

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Avery R. Young releases tubman.

Writer, Activist, Musician Avery R. Young released his new and vital new album, tubman., last week via FPE Records. This album is part Funk, part Soul, part Education, and in every aspect a needed cultural contribution.





M A L O @ House of Blues (7/24)

M A L O released her debut EP, “Born In A Bad Way”, last year and is now preparing to drop a full-length album called No Martyrs'.

She blends Jazz, Soul, Funk, and Rock in a way that sets her apart in every way. Her vocals are impressively powerful and in the mold of Amy Winehouse, but somehow grittier.

You can catch M A L O at Foundation Room at House of Blues on July 24th as part of Uncorked and Unplugged. She will also be performing on August 30th at Green Grocer Chicago.

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