The fest includes 'Artists-In-Residence' which will have "an assembled cast of notable musicians [creating] an integral creative core, ready to jump in and contribute their talents to announced and unannounced performances across the entire weekend."
You have a lot of chances to see John Zorn at his little venue in the East Village, including with Thurston Moore on New Year's Eve. As always, The Stone's schedule is also packed with lots of goodies for months to come.
New York City is still a place where you can see musicians from the original no wave era perform all the time. Here's a roundup of some upcoming shows from some no wave legends (and other related stuff)...
The October edition of all-women improv series The Hum includes members/contributors of Cibo Matto, Buke & Gase, TEEN, Janka Nabay's band, Fielded, Ava Luna, Body Language, Invisible Familiars, GABI, Lake Street Dive, and more.
Wilco drummer (and Seth Meyers' house band's guest drummer) Glenn Kotche and percussive quartet (and Dan Deacon collaborators) So Percussion have teamed up for the album Drumkit Quartets, due February 26 via Cantalo...
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