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Jacco Gardner at Death By Audio

by Nick Fallon

Jacco Gardner, Death by Audio

Psychedelic rock is definitely on its way back, and Jacco Gardner is going to be one of the names that you'll need to know in this musical movement. On Monday, Gardner closed out their current U.S. tour with a final show at Brooklyn's Death By Audio. With harpsichord, heavy bass, vocal harmonies, and guitar, listening to Jacco will bring you back to the sounds of the '60s. Along with openers Alex Bleerker and the Freaks, the sounds of rock 'n' roll were in full effect on this Monday night in Brooklyn.  


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FREE TICKETS: Lincoln Center White Light Festival—The Cleveland Orchestra

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On Monday, November 4, at 8:00 p.m., Franz Welser-Möst conducts the Cleveland Orchestra and Chorus in an exploration of the divine presence in our lives. The monumental program is presented as part of Lincoln Center's acclaimed White Light Festival, and includes Beethoven's Grosse Fuge and Mass in C Major, as well as Messiaen's ethereal choral meditation, Trois petites liturgies de la Présence Divine.

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Beats Antique at Irving Plaza

by Nick Fallon


Experimental electronic mavens Beats Antique played to a sold-out audience at Irving Plaza this past Friday, the latest stop of their multimedia touring show supporting their recent LP, A Thousand Faces—Act I. The music performed by David Satori and Sidecar Tommy wasn't the only thing stimulating the senses: Whether it was the intricate visual show of the full-stage screens, or the elaborate costumes of Zoe Jakes, this show was definitely one that pushed the audience into complete sensory overload.



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