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lots of cool stuff happening at Other Music / MoMA PS1’s Music Festival and Label Market this Sunday


As you may recall, Other Music and MoMA are presenting Come Together: Music Festival and Label Market this Sunday (3/26) at MoMA PS1. from noon to 6 PM (tickets). There will be over 60 independent labels, offering records, merchandise, and special limited items, including 4AD, DFA, Daptone, Ghostly, Kanine, Ninja Tune, Rough Trade, Sacred Bones, Secretly Canadian, Thrill Jockey, Domino, Warp, XL, Third Man and more. Full list of participating labels is below.

There’s also a special vinyl-only compilation made just for this event, featuring previously unreleased tracks by Visible Cloaks, Eric Copeland (Black Dice), 75 Dollar Bill, Georgia, Mary Lattimore, Doug Hream Blunt, and more. You can stream Eric Copeland’s track, “On (NHK yx Koyxen Remix),” and check out the full tracklist below.

As for live performances, the day includes Black Quantum Futurism (Moor Mother & Rasheedah Phillips) in collaboration from Matana Roberts and GENG;, Hisham Akira Bharoocha, Brian Chase, Ryan Sawyer and Robert AA Lowe (Lichens) will perform as as IIII (Lines); and Frankie Cosmos’ Greta Kline will play a solo set.

There are also panel discussions. “DIY in NYC” features Ric Leichtung (285 Kent, Ad Hoc), Douglas Sherman (The Loft), Esneider Arevalo (ABC No Rio), and others; “Radio Now” explores “how cutting-edge radio is supporting music innovation and building a global scene, despite the homogenization of mainstream radio, and the collapse of once cutting-edge college stations” with Delphine Blue (Little Water Radio, EVR), Brian Turner (WFMU), Francois Vaxelaire (The Lot), and Jordan Rothlein (Red Bull Radio).

Wait there’s more: there’s also the New York City premiere of the film A Life in Waves, Brett Whitcomb’s documentary about composer and electronic music pioneer Suzanne Ciani; ; plus workshops with labels RVNG Intl., PTP f.k.a. Purple Tape Pedigree, Luaka Bop, and feminist zine collective Suffragette City.

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Come Together tracklist
A1. Georgia – OJ Clary – (Palto Flats)
A2. Visible Cloaks & Dip In the Pool – Valve (Reanimated – Feat. Miyako Coda) – (RVNG Intl.)
A3. M.E.S.H, Softsat Car Drum – (PAN)
A4. John Bender – 36A1 – (Superior Viaduct)
A5. Penis – Get Away – (The Kitchen)
B1. Mary Lattimore -The Warm Shoulder – (Ghostly International)
B2. 75 Dollar Bill – Water In The Lock – (Other Music Recording Co.)
B3. Eric Copeland – On (NHK yx Koyxen Remix) – (DFA)
B4. Doug Hream Blunt – Gentle Big Top Persuasion (Pilooski remix) – (Luaka Bop)

Come Together: Music Festival and Label Market participating labels:
Anthology Recordings
Audio Visual Arts (AVA)
Awesome Tapes from Africa
Bank Records
Black Editions
Captured Tracks
Chaos Clan
Dead Oceans
Fat Possum
Ghostly International
Luaka Bop
Mexican Summer
NNA Tapes
Ninja Tune
Northern Spy
Other Music Recording Co.
Palto Flats
Qween Beat
RVNG Intl.
Rough Trade
Sacred Bones
Secretly Canadian
Software Recording Co.
Superior Viaduct
The Bunker New York
The Kitchen
Thin Wrist
Third Man
Thrill Jockey
Tri Angle
True Panther
Unseen Worlds
XL Recordings
and more.

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