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The Revolution celebrates 2nd year with Dot Cromwell, Elle Winston, MAE.SUN, beccs + more

Williamsburg venue National Sawdust is showcasing five emerging NYC based artists in the 25th monthly installment of "THE REVOLUTION," which coincides with the serie's second anniversary. This is a local musical movement that empowers community, change, and activism through performance and unity amongst the arts.

The acts featured this time around are Manhattan via Philly rapper Dot Cromwell, singer songwriter with operatic influences beccs, soul pop acts Elle Winston and Meridian Lights, and contemporary jazz ensemble MAE.SUN - you can listen to all of them in the embedded playlist.

National Sawdust touts these artists as being at the center of innovation within their genres, and seeks to highlight them as such with this event scheduled for Saturday, March 24th. - Alexander Beebe

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Saturday May 27th - The Revolution Vol. 15 ft. Dot Cromwell, Jazze Belle and Mallow

Hosted at artist-run Williamsburg venue National Sawdust, The Revolution is an event that prides itself on a cutting edge curation of emerging, mostly local, artists, “standing in the breeding ground of the evolution.” On May 27th, the lineup of its 15th appointment - once again sponsored by The Deli - includes artists Jazze Belle, Mallow, and Dot Cromwell. 
 
Headlining the bill will be Dot Cromwell, an MC apart of the creative collective AV8TED that offers electronic hip hop full of catchy hooks, addicting beats, and tight verses. His track “Paid n Full” is a strong single, with its relevant and danceable chorus and dark, atmospheric production. Jett Carter and Taylor Simone make up the jazzy soul duo Jazze Belle. Simone’s soulful voice and Jett’s production contribute to a sound that's both unique and intimate, carving out its own space in the NYC expanding alt soul scene. Ian Barnett, who broke into the music scene as Betty Who’s drummer, now has his own sound and name: Mallow. Experimenting with ambient beats and distorted vocals, his music doesn’t allow a dull moment. - Lilly Milman

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