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Late Sea Unveils Video "Ring the Bells"

Brooklyn avant-rock group Late Sea's new music video "Ring the Bells" is a collision of ominous visuals and orchestral textures, a cryptic narrative steeped in mystery. The music video tells the story of Jewish-Dutch philosopher Baruch Spinoza. Composer and vocalist Izzy Gliksberg describes Spinoza: “His story lies not only in his hermetic, esoteric, mind boggling philosophy, but also in his expelling from his community and what he suffered from being faithful to his thoughts and dreams.” The stunning cinematography of "Ring the Bells" is no less than brain-teasing and perplexing, and paired with the gorgeous, simple horn and string arrangements, the video is beautifully captivating. - Geena Kloeppel

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Alt Rock

Time: 
19:23
Band name: 
Ancient Ocean
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/AncientOceanBK/
Venue name: 
Union Pool
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Orchestral/Hip Hop

Time: 
19:37
Band name: 
Pavo Pavo
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/pavopavohouse/
Venue name: 
Union Pool
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Saturday 08.26 - The Revolution VOL. 18, ft. Valerie Orth, Khemestry & The Odd Hawk Orchestra

On August 26th, the artist-run venue National Sawdust in Brooklyn will be hosting the 18th installment of the monthly Revolution series—an event dedicated to fostering community by showcasing local performers from Brooklyn and Harlem. The three artists chosen to represent their respective genres this month are Valerie Orth, The Odd Hawk Orchestra, and Khemestry and The Harlem Society.

Headlining the event will be Harlem-via-Washington D.C. trumpeter Khemestry and his side project The Harlem Society, of which he is the bandleader. The Brooklyn 9 piece band The Odd Hawk Orchestra, led by Jacques Boudreau, will also be performing, bringing together international musicians to create music you can dance to. Producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Valerie Orth will provide a change of pace with her unique brand of feminist-influenced alt-pop. - Lilly Milman

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Multi-instrumentalist Teletextile at Union Pool 08.15

With Teletextile’s “The Lark” (streaming below), it’s easy for listeners to fall for the alternative pop sound without even realizing that it’s being created by a harp. That should be expected from multi-instrumentalist Pamela Martinez, though. In her most recent 2016 EP, she makes you feel all sorts of ways with an array of orchestral arrangements. The five-track project moves around quite a bit, from serene harp accompanied by soft vocals to stormier sections featuring brass and electronic sounds. Single “The Lark” (streaming) expands that sound further by introducing flutes, trumpets, and percussion to bring forth a more soothing orchestral environment, while “Fan The Spark” creates intensity, with dynamic percussion for a more avant style. Teletextile is performing at Union Pool on August 15th at 8PM, alongside Charlie Looker Ensemble and GABI. – Pearse Devlin

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