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first_imgFulfilling the dreams of many, Vulfpeck delivered a star-spangled performance at the legendary Tipitina’s in New Orleans, LA last night. The quartet brought their thrilling funkitude in the fair trade of pure satisfaction, providing over an hour of hits, classics, and very special collaborations.Trading instruments throughout the night, the band welcomed some of the room’s most incredible talents to the stage for the quintessential sit-ins that Jazz Fest late nights are meant for. Singer Madelyn Grant joined in for a “Back Pocket” audience sing-a-long, triumphantly lifting the spirits of the Vulfpack tribe. Adam Deitch jumped behind the drum kit for a gut-wrenching “It Gets Funkier,” before another crowd favorite “Christmas In L.A.” brought chills to the Louisiana heat. A very appropriate “Outro” closed their set, with Lettuce’s Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff, and The Shady Horns’ Eric “Benny” Bloom and Ryan Zoidis providing the funkiest of notes. By the end of their set, the conscious club was a full display case of talent, dance moves, and multi-instrumentalism.As appropriately scheduled, they made for the perfect segue into a killer night of lechuga. “Back Pocket” with Madelyn Grant“It Gets Funkier” with Adam Deitch“Outro” with Adam Smirnoff and The Shady HornsSetlist: Vulfpeck at Tipitina’s, New Orleans, LA – 4/24/16:Conscious Club, Fugue, Rango, Wong, Cripple Creek, My Favorite Cock, Back Pocket, Funky Duck, 1612, It Gets Funkier, Beastly, Christmas In L.A., Outrolast_img read more

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first_imgEarlier this year, the Disco Biscuits hit the newest venue in their hometown, The Fillmore Philadelphia, for three incredible nights of their brand of trance-fusion. The band has been on a tear as of late, focusing on interesting song choices that explore the entire Bisco canon of original material, along with setlists that seamlessly segue from one song to the next with little to no break in music. Essentially, they are making a solid case as to why they are the best improvisation-based band in the scene today.The Disco Biscuits Are Bringing ‘City Bisco’ To NYC For Three Summer NightsAs the band gears up for some major summer performances (Red Rocks, Camp Bisco, City Bisco), they’ve taken the liberty of sharing full set videos from the first two nights of their three-night run. The “Strobelights and Martinis> Air Song> Vassillios> Moshi Fameus” into “Magellan” to end the first set on 2/5/16 was a pretty tasty nugget from the run. Just sayin’. Witness the magic of the band’s February 4th and 5th performances below, some of their finest work to date:February 4th: Setlists can be seen below:Setlist: The Disco Biscuits at The Fillmore, Philadelphia, PA – 2/4/16Set 1: Chemical Warfare Brigade, Aceetobee> Neck Romancer1> Aceetobee, Munchkin Invasion> Tricycle> Munchkin InvasionSet 2: Reactor2,1> Jigsaw Earth3> Tempest> Jigsaw Earth4> Floes5Encore: Kitchen Mitts1. Unfinished2. Dyslexic completion of 1/2/16 version3. Middle section4. Inverted version (end>beg)5. Ending only (completes 1/1/16 version)Setlist: The Disco Biscuits at The Fillmore, Philadelphia, PA – 2/5/16Set 1: Pilin’ It High1, Strobelights and Martinis> Air Song> Vassillios> Moshi Fameus, Magellan2Set 2: Little Shimmy In A Conga Line> Cyclone> Little Shimmy In A Conga Line> M.E.M.P.H.I.S.> Shem-Rah Boo3> Kamaole SandsEncore: On Time1. Original “rock” version2. with “Stir It Up” teases3. Unfinished February 5th:last_img read more

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first_imgLoad remaining images Those lucky enough to be in the audience at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York on Saturday, June 18th, were treated to a truly unearthly experience. As I type these words a day later, I am still struggling to grasp the overwhelming splendor of what genuinely was a night no one in the theatre could possibly walk away from unmoved.The evening began with the one-of-a-kind opening act, The Dean Ween Group, who immediately got the crowd going with the jammy opener “Dickie Betts,” followed by the Motorhead-esque “It’s Gonna Be a Long Night” from Ween’s Quebec. The band made it a point to perform the Grateful Dead classic “Stella Blue,” dedicating it to the legendary theatre in which they were performing. The set continued with a sloppy and silly rendition of “I Saw Gener Cryin’ In His Sleep” as well as a hilarious performance of “Fingerbangin’.”Listen To The Dean Ween Group’s Set Here:Les Claypool joined the band on stage for a captivating collaboration on the Ween favorite “The Mollusk,” which was no doubt one of the highlights of the entire evening. Then the group closed out their set with a jaw-dropping lengthy performance of the Ween tune “The Rift” from Shinola Vol. 1. After the stage was cleared, it was only a matter of time until Uncle Les and his new musical companion Sean Lennon would give the enthusiastic New York audience a night they’ll never forget. As the lights went down over the raring-to-go audience, in a haze-filled room smoky enough to fly everyone to cloud nine, the eerie opening of the instrumental “There’s No Underwear in Space” oozed from the speakers as the band takes the stage. Guitar in hand, out walked Sean Lennon looking like a cross between Sgt. Pepper and his newfound musical comrade, Colonel Claypool. Followed by the Colonel himself, the audience let out a deafening cheer, and the time arrived for musical lift-off!The steady thump of the opening bass riff for “Cricket and the Genie” began. This upbeat single from their newly unveiled psychedelic masterwork Monolith of Phobos was a perfect place to start, as each-and-every audience member was now in the palms of the hands of The Delirium. While projections of pyramids and mythological figures scaled the pillared theatre walls, the glittering illumination of the stage lights brought these celestially psychedelic songs to life; making for a truly extraterrestrial experience.Up next was the cleverly-titled “Breath of a Salesman” (not exactly what Arthur Miller had in mind). Following this funky sixth track from their debut record, Claypool went on with his typical grin-inducing stage banter. This time, he treated the starry-eyed spectators to some reminiscent ramblings of his upbringing, in which he recalled once having a deep affection for a toy ape he had as a child. He then explained how before settling on the band name Primus in the late-1980’s, he once considered naming the band “Primate” — further emphasizing his soft-spot for his simian soul-mates.Speaking of our anthropoid friends — “Bubbles Burst,” “our most controversial song” as Sean Lennon said Saturday night in a tongue-in-cheek manner was, much-like on the album, one of the biggest moments of the entire performance. This song, in all honesty, is larger than life. The controversy, so-to-speak, stems from the visceral reaction from rabid Michael Jackson sycophants, whom have collectively had a strongly negative response to the darkly humorous depiction of Jackson and his monkey named Bubbles in the newly-released Delirium music video. All you have to do is look at the comment sections on YouTube to see exactly what I’m talking about.There wasn’t a single song from the album that was left out of the set list. Every track from the recently-circulated Monolith of Phobos was present and accounted for, with the addition of some extra pleasant surprises such as “Cosmic Highway” from the Frog Brigade album Purple Onion, as well as a happy little tease of “Jerry Was A Race Car Driver” during their poignantly political new tune, “Ohmerica.” Most impressive was the face-melting performances of Pink Floyd’s “Astronomy Domine” and “Tomorrow Never Knows;” the psychedelic milestone from The Beatles masterpiece, Revolver. Seeing and hearing Sean perform such a cosmic gem of his father’s repertoire was certainly something special. There are no better walls for these late-sixties works of genius to be bouncing off than within the majesty of the grand Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York. Just twenty-two miles from Manhattan, The Capitol Theatre is just the kind of legendary venue that was appropriate to hold such a superlative event.“It warms my heart,” said an earnestly-spoken Les Claypool, speaking of how touched he consistently is that so many people, time and time again, continue to support his numerous side incarnations. After a spellbinding set, the band took the stage once more, for a thunderous twenty-minute encore performance of the Primus fan-favorite “Southbound Pachyderm,” featuring a visually-jubilant Dean Ween on guitar. Not a single head was turned away from the stage, as Claypool, Lennon and Deaner set fire to the eyes and minds of the captivated audience, while the band jammed into seemingly endless psychedelic oblivion.From the hauntingly hallucinogenic title track, through “Boomerang Baby” and the deviant tales of “Mr. Wright,” to the shady character-driven excursions of “Captain Lariat” and “Oxycontin Girl,” Monolith of Phobos is a psychedelic force of nature; and this concert was no different. Last night was the final show of the first leg of the Delirium tour. After a well-needed break to finish out the month of June and throughout most of July, the band kicks off the second part of their U.S. tour on the 21st of July in Seattle, Washington. Their travels will take them back across the country, and eventually winding up in New Orleans for Voodoo Fest in late October.One could only hope that following the lengthy tour, an effort to continue this new musical endeavor will carry on. Monolith of Phobos features some of the best material both Lennon and Claypool have put out in years. “Childhoods end and bubbles burst” sings Lennon. But in the hypnotic trance of The Claypool Lennon Delirium, you’ll feel like child all over again.Be sure to get your healthy dose of The Delirium when they arrive in a town near you, throughout this year. Go on and indulge in the esoteric realms of your mind with these giants of psychedelic wizardry. Your third eye will thank you for it.Setlist: Dean Ween Group at The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY – 6/18/16Dickey Betts, It’s gonna be a Long Night (DD on vocals), Garry*, Stella Blue, I Saw Gener Crying in his Sleep*, Fingerbang, Mercedes Benz, The Mollusk (with Les Claypool), The Rift*Joe on acousticEdit this setlist | More The Claypool Lennon Delirium setlistsWords by Joseph Conlon, images via Scott Harris/Capitol Theatre. Check out a full gallery below.last_img read more

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first_imgLoad remaining images After a full month on the road, Phish played the final performance of their main tour at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, CA. Summer 2016 has been marked by a lot of highs and lows for Phish fans, with a handful of break out shows that stand apart from the rest. Nevertheless, there’s always something to enjoy from any Phish performance, and the tour closer certainly had a lot of true highlight moments.While an opening “Farmhouse” is always going to elicit groans, the first set picked up steam with “555” and “Water In The Sky.” It was the “Ghost,” however, where the band really got into a synchronous groove that would transcend through the remainder of the set. The jam moved into tight melodic space, with Trey Anastasio taking the lead and Page McConnell accentuating on the piano. The music ultimately slowed in pace until it naturally concluded, letting the band play the new short original, “Ass Handed.” The Jon Fishman led tune is punchy, with the drummer sing “you can get your ass handed to you, every day” before a dramatic musical finale.Watch “Farmhouse,” streaming below.The set kept raging with the Gamehendgeian classic “The Sloth,” nailing the groovy rocker before bringing out Chilling, Thrilling instrumental “Martian Monster.” McConnell worked some eerie sound effects into the jam, with lots of reverb getting the music into darker, spacier places before bursting into the beloved “Reba.” The song was well executed, leading through the composed sections into a great open jam. At the jam’s conclusion, Fishman took the momentary pause to say that he wanted to restate his point from earlier, and the band launched into a second “Ass Handed” of the set. It was an unexpected departure that really showed just how much fun this band is having on stage.As if this set needed more funk, Phish broke out into a noteworthy version of “Tube.” The band was all patience, building up a great jam and stretching the number towards the 10-minute mark. It was easily one of the best “Tube” jams of the 3.0 era. The set kept rocking with “Wolfman’s Brother,” which featured unexpected elements of the 2pac song “California Love” from Trey. Fans will certainly recall the epic “Tweezer” on July 15th, 1998 with its famed “California Love Jam.” This was certainly in the same vein, as Anastasio changed lyrics to reference Chula Vista and playfully displayed his love for the Golden State.Watch the “Tube” and “California Love”-jam version of “Wolfman’s Brother,” streaming below.Finally, it was “Walls of the Cave” that brought this set to a perfect finale, even working in a “Streets of Cairo” tease from Trey. What a set!The second half got off to a great start, as Phish opened with a jammed out “2001” that again included elements of “California Love.” The song’s grand finale brought the energy up, and “46 Days” delivered some walloping rock and roll. The jam was tight throughout, never really heading outside the box, but the following “Piper” took off in the second set. The song moved from the verses into a spacey floating jam, before going full on rager. Eventually, they pulled the jam into “Twist,” keeping the jams flowing in a free-for-all second set. Anastasio’s light touch guitarwork guided the song, bringing his tone from a dreamy treble to a looming low end, and ultimately back into the song’s ending.Watch “2001,” streaming below.After “Twist,” the band broke into the Joy tune “Backwards Down The Number Line.” It was a nice version, but the crowd truly erupted for the following song, “Carini.” The song itself featured some joking on the “Ass Handed” lyrics from Fishman and a nice Chilling, Thrilling scream sound effect add-on, but the jam was one of the show’s best. They got into deep and dark territory, really keeping the energy alive before hitting the drum intro of “Harry Hood.” The song’s improvisational section was nice and light, bringing some transcendental Phish into the room. As the feel good ending of “Hood” dwindled, the band saved room for one more song in the set, Rolling Stones’ “Loving Cup.” They nailed it.With a short pause, Phish returned for the final song of their 2016 summer tour. Trey first thanked the audience, before saying the band couldn’t end without playing Page McConnell’s favorite song: “Sleeping Monkey.” The song was played standardly, but Anastasio threw in a tidbit about Googling “sleeping monkey revived at train station in India” to learn more about the song’s origins. (Could this be it?) Naturally, the guitarist had one more surprise in store, and busted into the riff of “Tweezer Reprise.” Anastasio and Fishman again sang the lyrics of “Ass Handed” instead of the usual lyrics, putting a fun twist on the classic Phish tune to leave fans smiling.Though the band will be back at LOCKN’ Festival and Dick’s Sporting Goods Park later this summer, those isolated runs aren’t quite the same as a full on tour season. Thanks to everyone for following along with us through all of the twenty shows, and, most of all, thank you to Phish for countless hours of musical enjoyment.You can see the full Phish.net setlist from tonight’s show, below. All photos contributed by Brandon Weil for L4LM, and a full gallery can be seen below.Setlist: Phish at Sleep Train Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, CA – 7/23/16Set 1: Farmhouse, 555, Water in the Sky, Ghost, Ass Handed, The Sloth, Martian Monster > Reba, Ass Handed, Tube > Wolfman’s Brother > Walls of the CaveSet 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra > 46 Days > Piper > Twist > Backwards Down the Number Line > Carini, Harry Hood > Loving CupEncore: Sleeping Monkey, Tweezer Reprise.Notes: This show was webcast via Live Phish. Wolfman’s Brother contained California Love teases and quotes. WOTC contained a Streets of Cairo tease. Carini and Tweezer Reprise contained Ass Handed quotes.last_img read more

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first_imgMusic festivals aren’t just for the summer. Any gathering of music, art, and community is worthy of celebration, and that’s the spirit of Hometeam New Years Rally. What better way to ring in 2017 than surrounded by the people you love, the music that inspires you, and holistic workshops to cultivate change in our daily lives and practices. The fifth annual event is taking over Maddox Ranch in Lakeland, Florida from December 29th to January 1st.While this year’s lineup is truly impressive, it’s the overall vibe of the festival that stands out. With headlining acts from The Nth Power, Zach Deputy, and The Mantras, the New Years Rally will also feature specialty showcases from Roosevelt Collier’s Hometeam Getdown, After Funk Plays Hendrix (x2), and Ajeva Plays Santana (x2), with Roosevelt Collier, Joe Marcinek, Christian Ryan, Mark Mayea, and Sara Phillips performing as artists at large. The festival’s foundation is in Florida, so plenty of local bands will be on-site to represent, including southern-gypsy-funk band Come Back Alice, bluegrass extraordinaires The Applebutter Express, funk rockers The Fritz, as well as Backup Planet, Juanjamon Band, Holey  Miss Moley, Displace, The Groove Orient, Heather Gillis Band, Savi Fernandez Band, Guavatron, and a whole lot more.Aside from the music, there will be holistic workshops to spur the refresh button into the new year. This year will also host improved family activities, food vendors, and art installations galore. Early Bird Tickets are currently on-sale for $80. Don’t sleep on this!via GIPHYGet stoked with last year’s recap video, and imagine the world that is ahead!last_img read more

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first_imgFans of Mountain Jam Festival had something to rejoice about this morning, as the annual Hunter Mountain event just released their initial list of artists for the 2017 event. Taking place from June 16-18, 2017 (pushed back two weeks this year), the festival has recruited some true rock and rollers for their upcoming event.The lineup features headlining sets from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and Steve Miller Band, as well as sets from Peter Frampton, Gary Clark Jr., Michael Franti & Spearhead, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, The Strumbellas, Shovels & Rope, The Revivalists, The Infamous Stringdusters, White Denim, Elephant Revival, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, and River Whyless.You can head to the Mountain Jam website for more details, including an exclusive offer for early bird tickets for those subscribed to the festival’s newsletter. We’ll be sure to update with future lineup announcements from Mountain Jam!last_img read more

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first_imgFor the first time, ambient music pioneer and multi instrumentalist Emancipator, aka Doug Appling, is taking his Loci Records imprint on tour. Joining him will be Tor, Edamame, and Lapa – a trio of Loci Records signings that embody the label’s very essence of musical balance between organic and digital.Emancipator curates every Loci signing, and each artist stylistically hones in on their own brew of melodic downtempo, instrumental hip hop, and electronica. Ethereal melodies, immaculately smooth samples, and addictive drum beats are the norm at Loci Records, as the imprint’s talented artists captivate a diverse audience across the globe.To familiarize you with the Loci Records sound, Edamame put together a comprehensive mix highlighting each of the eight artists on the label. Listen to the glorious grooves of Loci Records, below.The four artists heading out on this tour include Tor, Edamame, Lapa, and Emancipator. Tor (tormusic.net) was actually the first artist to launch his album on the Loci label, creating music that guides the listener along a sonic journey with driving percussion and addictive melodies. Edamame is known for his unique organic craftsmanship, recording natural sounds to infuse into his cerebral mixes. Lapa trained for years as a classical violinist, and weaves complex harmonies to create resonant and serene music. Lapa is also a full time touring member and a frequent studio collaborator of Emancipator. The label’s founder, Emancipator, continually impresses listeners with his well-balanced, downtempo creations that take on new life in his solo and live band performances.You do not want to miss these musicians when they come to a town near you. Check out their full tour schedule and more information, below.Tour Dates12.8 | Boston MA @ The Sinclair | SOLD OUT12.9 | New York NY @ Bowery Ballroom | SOLD OUT12.10 | Washington DC @ U Street Music Hall | Tickets12.16 | Chicago IL @ Lincoln Hall | Tickets12.17 | Denver CO @ Bluebird Theater | SOLD OUT1.13 | San Francisco CA @ The Independent | SOLD OUT1.14 | Los Angeles CA @ The Roxy | Ticketslast_img read more

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first_imgJohn Mayer returned to the stage last night, hitting The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in support of his recently released single, “Love On The Weekend.” Though Mayer had been featured on the show with Dead & Company earlier this year, the guitarist had yet to perform on the program as a solo artist. Fans have been excited about Mayer’s forthcoming album The Search For Everything, especially as he has promised solo tour dates both before and after the Dead & Company summer 2017 engagement.One looming question was, who would Mayer be performing with on this tour? The performance on Fallon gives a strong indication that Mayer will indeed be accompany by John Mayer Trio musicians, drummer Steve Jordan and bassist Pino Palladino. Mayer was also accompanied by James Valentine on acoustic guitar, as well as a pair of backup vocalists providing accompaniment to the new hit song.Thanks to Fallon, we can watch “Love On The Weekend” in full force, streaming below.last_img read more

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first_imgUmphrey’s McGee opened up their 2017 tour with a three-night run in Atlanta, returning to the famed Tabernacle with full force. Last night was an evening of rarities, bringing back songs from their expansive songbook to celebrate their 18th performance at the venue and first of three for the weekend. Also in celebration was Joel Cummins‘ birthday, who picked out the setlist for the night.Opening with the intro song “Bathing Digits”, Umphrey’s quickly transitioned into the high energy dance number “Bad Friday”. After the progressive favorite “Morning Song”, the band worked through a three song segment that featured some of their most beloved older material. The reggae-tinged “FF” wound it’s way into an ultra rare “Last Man Swerving”, making it’s first appearance in 175 shows before the band eventually wound into their mutli-sectional epic “2×2”. The band ended the set with some intense back-to-back metal songs, with “Wizard Burial Ground” leading into “Sludge & Death.”The band shared the opening moments through Facebook Live, which you can watch below:Set two continued with the theme, featuring more older material, as Umphrey’s came out of the gates sprinting with a ridiculous “Der Bluten Kat” > “Sociable Jimmy” > “Der Bluten Kat” segment. The band took a quick breath, and then launched into a rare “We’re Going To War”. They transitioned into “Out Of Order” before kicking into high gear with “40’s Theme”, which featured a tease of Michael McDonald‘s “I Keep Forgetting.” The second set ended with an awesome “Miami Virtue” with “Stairway To Heaven” teases before the band crushed a set-closing cover of Jimi Hendrix’s Band Of Gypsys‘ “Power Of Soul.”For their encore, the six piece turned to one of their most reliable and impactful songs, “Divisions”, the perfect song to play on the opening night of a three night run in front of some of their most hardcore fans.You can listen to the full show audio below, courtesy of taper NSL: The band will return to the stage tonight for their second of three performances at The Tab before heading to Richmond next week for two more nights, then continuing on their tour. Check out the setlist below, from All Thing Uumphreys. A full gallery can also be seen below, as provided by Phierce Photo.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | The Tabernacle | Atlanta, GA | 1/13/17Set 1: Bathing Digits > Bad Friday, Morning Song, FF > Last Man Swerving > 2×2, Wizard Burial Ground > Sludge & DeathSet 2: Der Bluten Kat > Sociable Jimmy > Der Bluten Kat, We’re Going to War -> Out Of Order > 40’s Theme[1], Miami Virtue[2] > Power of SoulEncore: Divisions[3][1] with I Keep Forgettin’ (Michael McDonald) teases[2] with Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin) tease[3] with Third Stone from the Sun (Jimi Hendrix) teases Load remaining imageslast_img read more

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first_imgBrooklyn Comes Alive announced their daily lineups yesterday, which broke down over 35+ acts scheduled to perform at the two-day event in Brooklyn, New York. On September 23 and 24, attendees will be granted in-and-out access to three music venues—Brooklyn Bowl, Music Hall of Williamsburg, and Schimanski (previously Verboten, instead of The Hall at MP, with better sound quality and more space!)—within a 5-minute walking radius, creating the feeling of an indoor music festival in the heart of Williamsburg. With over 100+ artists slated to perform the festival, the 2017 Brooklyn Comes Alive is positioned to be the best yet. Rapper ProbCause has just been added to the Saturday lineup with his own set, joining The Crystal Method, KJ Sawka of Pendulum and Destroid, Muzzy Bear, and other electronic acts holding down the diverse lineup.ProbCause is effectively going with the flow as his own unique producer. In the ever-changing world of hip-hop, things rarely stay the same for a long period of time. The sound of Chicago seems to be on the forefront in recent years with talent like Chance The Rapper, Saba, Vic Mensa, … and of course, ProbCause. Keeping up a prolific output over the years, he’s seen his share of trends get born and quickly disappear. But throughout all of them he’s been like a sub-genre chameleon; transitioning, evolving his production yet maintaining his core flow. The sound ProbCause has become known for travels well beyond the boundaries of hip-hop–he can casually jump from electronic to funk to R&B, then back to classic boom-bap gritty rap, and still retain that unique ability to make you reminisce with his captivating storytelling.This past year, ProbCause has worked with some of the most elite players in the the world of electronic music and hip-hop. Appearing on both GRiZ and Gramatik‘s albums, as well as collaborations with Chance the Rapper, Big Gigantic, Louis the Child, The Floozies, Manic Focus, Break Science, and more, ProbCause’s percussive delivery flows harmoniously from one to another, proving once again he is one of the most versatile emcees in the game.The 2017 Brooklyn Comes Alive lineup features members of Umphrey’s McGee, moe., The Disco Biscuits, The String Cheese Incident, Trey Anastasio Band, and so many more. Iconic legends, such as John Scofield, George Porter Jr., Cyril Neville, DJ Premier, Johnny Vidacovich, and Henry Butler, will join members of nationally touring bands, such as GRAMMY-winners Snarky Puppy, The Meters, Primus, Soulive, Lettuce, The Motet, Lotus, Railroad Earth, The Infamous Stringdusters,Yonder Mountain String Band, The Russ Liquid Test, SunSquabi, Pendulum, Destroid, The Crystal Method, Midnight North, Aqueous, Kung Fu, Electric Beethoven, and more.***Tickets Are On Sale Now!***Inspired by the vibrant musical communities of Brooklyn and New Orleans, Brooklyn Comes Alive is now offering single day tickets, as well as a ticket payment planfor as low as $30/month. When checking out, just select “Monthly payments with Affirm” as your payment method. To find out more about ticketing, VIP options, and lodging, head to the festival website.last_img read more

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