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Praise + Punk The Ending of all Endings

Back in 2014 Mucca Pazza, the widely renowned Gypsy-punk marching band, squared off with the Chicago Sinfonietta. The battle, great as it was, it did not end in favor our indie darlings. It was a grueling battle that found the two groups performing Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and recounting the history of the French invasion of Russia.

The rematch of this battle takes place this Saturday, May 12th, at Wentz Concert Hall in Naperville and on May 14th at Symphony Center in Chicago. This time the battle will center around Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet Suite. You can get your tickets here.

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A Deli Premiere: Geena Kaye releases "In March" single, plays Gold Sounds 04.29

Singer-songwriter Geena Kaye is about to release her first single, called "In March," from her upcoming EP, and we have a premiere for you. The track's title reflects its tone, which evokes images of rainy days in early spring, and that seasonal, impatient and somewhat frustrated desire for the warmer days ahead.  Kaye's soft voice wavering above orchestral arrangements cuts deep with emotion; the thickness of the delivery of her lyrics gives off the sense that everything around her is empty, waiting to become whole again. Kaye, who was raised in Germany listening to everything from Pink Floyd to Carole King, says that in writing the song, she imagined what Joni Mitchell would sound like if she was starting out today.

"In March" shows great promise from Kaye, who'll play Gold Sounds on April 29th. Take a listen to The Deli's premiere of "In March" below. - Will Sisskind

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Brittany Campbell, Bianca Muñiz and Aberdeen play The Revolution #26 on 04.28

The Revolution, National Sawdust's monthly appointment with emerging NYC artists, returns on Saturday, April 28th with three artists perfectly complementing each other. 

Talented soul pop and visual artist Brittany Campbell, who graced the cover of what will probably be remembered as the weirdest cover of our print magazine (back in 2016), will be the main attraction of the night, joined on stage by brass band Aberdeen's dynamic and cinematic instrumentals, and by Bianca Muñiz's delicate but somewhat troubled soul ballads. 

Tickets and info can be found here, check out a YouTube compilation with two videos per artist, streaming below.





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19:00
Band name: 
Rob Paulsen
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/AnimaniacsLive/
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Joe's Pub
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Holy Hive brings introspective indie-pop to Baby's All Right 04.04

New York's Holy Hive are masters of cerebral, understated indie-pop. The trio's 2017 Daybreak EP is a collection of six twisting, winding and surprising compositions, rich with catchy melodies and refreshingly spare arrangements that include classical guitars and reverb-drenched piano. Brevity is an asset to Holy Hive, particularly on the final track, "Nocturne," whose spindly piano arpeggios and minor key invokes a sense of delicious apprehension, all under the three-minute mark. Holy Hive is playing at Baby's All Right on April 4th, in support of The Shacks. Don't miss the show, and listen to "Nocturne" below! - Ethan Ames

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