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Time: 
19:00
Band name: 
Gabby Fe
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/gabtheguru/
Venue name: 
The Wells
Band email: 
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10.25: Grace Ives takes the stage at Rough Trade NYC

Rough Trade's stage remains one of the biggest for indie artists who come through New York, whether they're up-and-comers or established acts in the scene. Grace Ives straddles that line, as she's by no means green to creating great electropop, but she continues to attract new fans with every release and performance. Ives' next show will take place on the Rough Trade stage on October 25th; while there's no new album to support, she'll share the bill with Claud Mintz, with whom she's toured for the past couple of months. Ives' last album 2nd came out last April; take a look at the recent music video for her track "Icing On The Cake" below. - Will Sisskind

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Songwriters

Time: 
18:00
Band name: 
Sye Elaine Spence
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
FACEBOOK.COM/SYEELAINESPENCE
Venue name: 
NATIONAL SAWDUST
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Ava Heatley releases new single "Party"

NYC based singer-songwriter Ava Heatley released her latest single, “Party,” a couple of weeks ago, a somber and reflective piece, depicting the thoughts of a girl at a party, having a conversation with herself rather than, well, fun. Heatley’s airy and gentle vocals take the listener through the character's alienation, immersed in a sparse and droney arrangement that fits the melancholic melody. The single follows her previous track "Shitty Tattoo" released this past summer with an accompanying music video, and 2018 EP Beautiful/Terrifying. 

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Ziarra Washington, Nickel & Dime Ops, and Juwan Crawley play Revolution #43

Nickel and Dime Ops, Ziarra Washington, and Juwan Crawley make their Revolution debut on October 17, for Vol.43. This appointment with the monthly series marks a change of day and time, as the show is now held on a Thursday at 8 pm, with doors opening at 7:30 pm. What hasn't changed is the variety of genres represented in this inclusive, curated appointment with emerging NYC artists. 

Nickel and Dime OPS is a jazz-infused hip hop project based in NYC. Lyricist Nickel Killsmics performs alongside female vocalist Victoria Cave, backed by a group of jazz musicians including a powerful horn section. They have released two albums over the past six years incorporating jazzy elements with modern rap, creating a truly unique and exciting listening experience. 

With an energetic stage presence and catchy lyrics, Ziarra knows how to entertain with her contagious personality, establishing a flashy and dramatic atmosphere inspired by pop icons like Cher, Prince, and Lady Gaga. Her EP “Heart” was released this year and includes five tracks that highlight her delicate yet firm voice and songwriting styles ranging from energetic pop to electronic soul-pop. 

Actor singer-songwriter Juwan Crawley is a refreshing and invigorating artist, with a voice positively meant for Broadway. Crawley released his first EP, “Becoming” in June of this year, each track giving the listener a brief look into his robust talent. 

You can purchase tickets for The Revolution Vol. 43 here- Karigan Wright

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