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  • Thu
    18
    Jul
    2024

    Wendy Eisenberg • Eyes Of Love • Sammy Weissberg • Evan Wright Jul 18

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

      

    Wendy Eisenberg is an improviser and songwriter who uses the guitar, the tenor banjo, the computer, the synthesizer, and the voice. Their work spans genres—from jazz to noise to avant-rock to delicate songs—and their performances span venues, from international festivals to intimate basements. Though often working solo as both a songwriter and improviser, with acclaimed releases on labels like TzadikBa Da BingVDSQOut of your Head, and Dear Life, Wendy also performs in the rock band Editrix, with the Bill Orcutt Guitar Quartet, in a free jazz country trio with Ryan Sawyer and Lester St. Lewis, and in many other collaborations including with Caroline Davis, David Grubbs, Carla Kihlstedt, and John Zorn. They also write about music and other things, and have published essays on music in Sound AmericanArcana, and the Contemporary Music Review

    Andréa Schiavelli (aka Eyes of Love) is an L.A. born, NYC-based musician, songwriter and engineer.  Releases include 2018’s LP “End of The Game“(wharfcat records) and several small-press/digital releases both under the EOL title and own name.

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    Sammy Weissberg is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and arranger based out of NYC. He has contributed string and wind arrangements for artists such as Kristine Leschper, The Cradle, Girlpool, Caroline Rose,  Allegra Krieger, June McDoom and more. Sammy is also a composer in his own right, having scored multiple films along with his own chamber music projects. His latest release “Duets and Trios” features compositions for various wind instruments and nylon string guitars.

  • Fri
    19
    Jul
    2024

    Caroline Says • Ezra Feinberg • Gabriel Birnbaum Jul 19

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

       

    My name is Caroline
    And this is my bio
    I am not playing
    On Cinco de Mayo
    My show is on July 19th
    I bet you a dollar
    It’s the best thing you’ve seenth
    Actually never mind
    I don’t want to bet
    Unless it’s a dime
    Or else I’ll regret
    Making a promise
    That I cannot keep
    And letting you down
    On July Nineteethp
    But anyway please
    Just come to my show
    I can’t wait to meet you
    Because then we will know
    Each other.

    Ezra Feinberg is an American composer-guitarist, a practising psychoanalyst and former founding member of the San Francisco-based collective Citay. The highly acclaimed third album ‘Soft Power’ (2024)  features Mary Lattimore, David Moore  Robbie Lee and more. Defined by its abundance of melodies, repeating figures and ecstatic improvisations, Soft Power exudes an enlightened and transformative spirit to empower the listener. Recorded in New York by regular collaborator and engineer John Thayer, it follows previous albums ‘Recumbent Speech’ (2020) and ‘Pentimento and Others’ (2018). Feinberg was also a key contributor on the Arp album ‘Zebra’ in 2018.

    Wilder Maker frontman Gabriel Birnbaum (Mutual Benefit, Katie Von Schleicher) cuts straight to the spiritual essence of the characters he inhabits. The lush and psychedelic folk-rock songs on his new album Patron Saint of Tireless Losers highlight a mature narrative voice and a consistently surprising musical syntax. As much as anything he has put into the world, it’s a tour de force that thrives on both self-assuredness and restlessness–marks of a crucial and constantly evolving artist whose work it’s impossible to turn away from once you tap into its frequency.

  • Sat
    20
    Jul
    2024

    Trash Girl • Blue Yonder • Jackie West • Jul 20

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

    Trash Girl is the solo project of Shaughna Jones. Her recent album Trash Girl Finds God is influenced by folk music, early electronic music, and children’s music.

    Blue Yonder are Brooklyn folk/rock

    Jackie West emerged in Brooklyn experimental folk circles in the late 2010s. Her latest single “Tiny Flowers ii” embodies the feeling she seeks to evoke, “the spaciousness you feel after leaving something and surrendering to the loneliness of having a good time.”

  • Thu
    25
    Jul
    2024

    Sami Abu Shumays • Scree Jul 25

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

    One of the leading Arab violinists in the U.S., Sami Abu Shumays is internationally known as a master of the maqam system. He is co-author of the acclaimed book Inside Arabic Music (Oxford University Press 2019), and his passion for teaching and oral tradition is also expressed through his YouTube series “Maqam Lessons,” the website www.maqamlessons.com, and his contributions to www.maqamworld.com. Co-founder and director of the NYC-based Arabic music and dance ensemble Zikrayat (www.zikrayatmusic.com), Sami has also recently released his first solo album Circles, available on all streaming platforms (https://samiabushumays.hearnow.com/)
    A second-generation Palestinian-American, Sami originally studied Western music before traveling to the Arab World to reconnect with his roots. He studied with Alfred Gamil in Cairo; Mohamed Qasas, Abdel-Basit Bakkar, and Abdel-Minaim Senkary in Aleppo; and Simon Shaheen and Yusuf Kassab in New York.

  • Fri
    26
    Jul
    2024

    Minivan (record release) with Stephen Becker and Katy Pinke Jul 26

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

  • Sat
    27
    Jul
    2024

    Sachi • Elizabeth Ziman with Adam Minkoff • TBA Jul 27

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

       

    Sachi is a multi-instrumentalist hailing from Las Vegas, NV. A longtime student of classical music, Sachi grew up playing the violin and piano, and eventually earned her degree in Percussion Performance at the Bienen School of Music at Northwestern University. Since moving to Brooklyn last year, Sachi has turned her attention to writing and singing songs of her own. 

    Elizabeth and Adam have played together in one form or another since they were in college. And they still get along. And they still really like eachothers musical stylings too. This makes both of their lives just a little bit better than they would be otherwise. They also have a similar sense of humor. Which is helpful. Playing with old friends is the best. Not to say they’re old. But not to say they’re young either.

  • Sun
    28
    Jul
    2024

    Nedlloyd Lines • Ruth Garbus • Claire Dickson Jul 28

    7:30 Door 8:00 Music Tickets 17 adv / 20 door

    https://www.venuepilot.co/events/110975/orders/new#/

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    Claire Dickson is a vocalist, composer, and producer based in Brooklyn practicing emergent embodied songwriting. 

    Ruth Garbus is a singular vocalist and songwriter who has been writing, performing, and recording music for two decades. Her album Alive People was released on Orindal Records in August 2023 to much critical acclaim. The music incorporates wild improvisatory freedom into complex, soothing compositions rooted in multiple traditions, from folk to jazz and r&b. She performs her solo material as a trio with elie mcafee-hahn and Nick Bisceglia. She is also a member of the experimental quintet Gloyd, as well as the trio Earth Flower with Sam Gendel and Phil Melanson, which released their eponymous album independently in March of 2024. photo: Josh Steel (insta @joshsteelephoto)

    Nedlloyd Lines are Christopher Forgues (CF, Universal Cell Unlock, Kites, etc) and Zach Phillips (Fievel Is Glauque, Blanche Blanche Blanche, etc) in a debut configuration involving homemade electronics and piano

     

  • Wed
    31
    Jul
    2024

    Camille Schmidt • Chocolate Genius WEDS Jul 31

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

     

    Camille Schmidt is a Brooklyn-based songwriter. She released her debut EP Good Person on June 2, 2024.  You can find her on instagram @camillejschmidt

     

  • Thu
    01
    Aug
    2024

    Will Graefe solo • Martin Nevin trio Aug 1

    7:30 Door 8:00 Music $17 adv/ $20 door

     

    Martin Nevin will appear with Craig Weinrib (dr) and Sam Harris (piano)

  • Fri
    02
    Aug
    2024

    Natalie Simons • tba Aug 2

    7:30 Door 8:00 music $15.00 suggested donation

     

    Natalie Simons is a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter originally from Northern California. Hailing from a musical family, she began playing classical trumpet at a young age before shifting her focus to songwriting. 

    Her sound is the product of an eclectic blend of influences ranging from the introspective songwriting styles of Elliot Smith and John K Samson, through delta blues musicians such as Elizabeth Cotton, to orchestral and chamber music.  Her forthcoming album “Some Body” focuses on the process of healing from trauma and explores what it means to be woman. 

  • Sat
    03
    Aug
    2024

    Camila Ortiz • Sweet Bandit Aug 3

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

  • Sun
    04
    Aug
    2024

    The Cradle Aug 4

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

  • Sat
    10
    Aug
    2024

    Ali Dineen and friends Aug 10

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

  • Fri
    16
    Aug
    2024

    Invisible Guy Aug 16

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

  • Thu
    12
    Sep
    2024

    Tara Jane O'Neil • More Ease• Little Mazarn • Sept 12

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

     

    Tara Jane O’Neil is a multi-instrumentalist,composer,producer and visual artist. She creates melodic and experimental music under her own name and in collaboration with other artists and musicians.A founding member of Rodan and the Sonora Pine, TJO recorded her first solo album in the late 20th century on the lower east side.  Her classic album The Cool Cloud Of Okayness was released April 2024 on Orindal records.

    The music of  Little Mazarn is a cool float a few feet from the ground through a dimly lit, almost familiar forest. It is quieter than silence, big as everything, still but always moving. If you’ve ever had flying dreams, or an amazing night time bike ride on LSD, this might be a world for you. – Thor Harris 
     
  • Thu
    12
    Sep
    2024

    Tara Jane O'neil • More Ease• Little Mazarn • Sept 12

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

    The music of  Little Mazarn is a cool float a few feet from the ground through a dimly lit, almost familiar forest. It is quieter than silence, big as everything, still but always moving. If you’ve ever had flying dreams, or an amazing night time bike ride on LSD, this might be a world for you. – Thor Harris
     
  • Fri
    27
    Sep
    2024

    Maya de Vitry & Friends Sept 29

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Music 15/adv 18 doors

    tix:

    https://www.venuepilot.co/events/108367/orders/new#/

    Maya de Vitry has earned accolades from Rolling Stone Country, NPR Music, and No Depression and has attracted an organic and devoted following on the strength of her recordings and her live performances. She sings with a magnetic and hard won sense of purpose that has landed her support tours in North America and Europe for artists like The Wood Brothers and Aoife O’Donovan.. Her songwriting appears on albums by Molly Tuttle, Lindsay Lou and Bronwyn Keith Hynes, Her versatility as a multi instrumentalist and harmony singer has enriched numerous Nashville projects. Despite her seemingly vigorous creative pace, the recording process for her new album The Only Moment was unhurried. The resulting album is a refreshing testament to the generative simmering that underpins periods of reinvention and growth.

  • Sat
    28
    Sep
    2024

    Kitba • Chelsea Crabtree Sept 28

     

    Chelsea Crabtree is a Brooklyn based singer-songwriter originally from Seattle, WA. Growing up in a very musical family, she has been singing with her 8 siblings from a very young age. After studying jazz voice in college, she has now been inspired to write her own songs. Her music draws from elements of folk, pop, soul and 90’s rock music.  She will be joined at The Owl by Gregg Belisle-Chi, Sam Decker, Chris Parker and Sam Weber to celebrate the release of her debut album and birthday!

  • Sat
    23
    Nov
    2024

    Gemme Laurence • Jess Kerber • Will Orchard Nov 23

    7:30 Dooors 8:00 Music $15.00 suggested donation

    Gemma Laurence is a Brooklyn-based indie folk singer-songwriter from the coast of Maine. Categorizing herself as “Sapphic folk,” Laurence has been named an “up-and-comer” in the queer music scene by NPR Music and starred on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Having grown up on the coast of Maine and the hills of Oxfordshire, Laurence’s time on both sides of the Atlantic influenced her unique sound: a fusion of foot-stomping Americana with a hint of English folk. Crafting a lush soundscape of rich acoustic textures, dreamy harmonies, and found sounds, Laurence’s timeless tracks call her listeners home to the people and places left behind for new beginnings. Her album Lavender is out now on Better Company Records.

    Jess Kerber is a songwriter who hails from just outside New Orleans, LA. Picking up the guitar at age 12, she quickly learned the instrument on an atypical path. Heavily inspired by the likes of Joni Mitchell and Susan Tedeschi, she primarily gravitated towards alternate tunings, leading her playing to take on a color unlike most other musicians. Her voice grew to attain a deep purple heaviness, which enchanted her early recordings, all backed by the tasteful intricacy of her guitar playing, melodic and captivating enough to stand on its own.  Before long, she found herself at Boston’s Berklee College of Music as the 2018 Berklee Lollapalooza full scholarship recipient. The environment challenged her tastes and songwriting style, leading her to take on a more subdued and lyric-driven approach, influenced by the indie-folk of artists like Andy Shauf and Adrianne Lenker.  Having embarked on two self-booked European tours and releasing her debut record (May 2022), Jess has since relocated to Nashville, TN – where she lives with her two cats, Tahini and Archie.

    Will Orchard has released four EPs and LPs as, both independently and with Brooklyn-based label, Better Company Records. He has been praised by PopNews, Glide Magazine, The Wild Honey Pie, Atwood, and more as a unique emerging voice in folk music. Now based in Nashville, he is currently back in his natural environment of self-production, with an in progress-LP slated to release in 2025. 

     

     

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