DOORS @ 7:30 / SHOWS @ 8PM, UNLESS POSTED OTHERWISE 

PROSPECT LEFFERTS GARDENS • BROOKLYN
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  • Thu
    20
    Jan
    2022

    Canceled: Robinson and Rohe Jan 20

    7:30 Door 8pm Show

  • Fri
    04
    Feb
    2022

    Good Intentions / In The Heat Feb 4

    7:30 Door 8pm Show

      

    Good Intentions is an instrumental rock band, playing music by Gregg Belisle-Chi and Sam Decker. Following the lead from their favorite singers, songwriters, and composers, the music is warm, direct, and just a little emo.

    Cellist Christopher Hoffman and drummer Nathan Ellman-Bell build on a set of compositions for improvisers written by trumpeter Kenny Warren. In The Heat released a debut LP on London’s Whirlwind Recordings in April 2020. “A musically rich, brilliant repertoire from this multi-faceted trio whose instrumental adventures liberate great creativity and dazzling improvisations… Splendid.” – Radio REC

     

  • Thu
    07
    Apr
    2022

    Sara Schoenbeck & Wayne Horvitz April 7

    7:30 Door 8pm Show

    Sara Schoenbeck/Wayne Horviz: Cell Walk

    The pair operates here at the midpoint between chamber music and jazz, performing spare and often disarmingly lovely compositions that flow into free-roaming yet hyper-attuned improvisation, sometimes accented by subtle electronics. Recorded in summer 2019 and January of this year, this is music of otherworldly calm, filled with purposeful pauses, and built around the balletic coordination of two musicians sharing the same space. Put another way, it’s the sonic antithesis of 2020 — a memento from a simpler, more connected time. – Hank Shteamer Rolling Stone

  • Sat
    16
    Apr
    2022

    The Cradle / Eliza Edens April 16

    Born and raised in rural Massachusetts and currently living in Brooklyn, NY⁠—via Colorado and then Philadelphia—Eliza Edens weaves together disparate influences of people and place into her work to create mesmerizing sonic tapestries with guitar and voice. With a love for tinkering with alternate tunings à la Nick Drake, a curious harmonic ear from years of childhood classical piano lessons, and an ever-expanding affinity for words and stories, Edens’ songs build a kaleidoscopic world that documents the parallels between hope and heartbreak. The resulting sound is a diverse palette of guitar-based, experimental folk-rock centered around Edens gently cradled voice and brimming at the edges with pockets of sonic whimsy. After cutting her teeth touring the DIY and folk circuits around the Northeast for the past few years⁠—playing everywhere from West Philly basements to folk mainstay Club Passim—Edens is currently putting the finishing touches on a new sophomore album.


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