bIRTHDAY SHOW!!!!//Jaimie Branch TRIO//Public Records//Brooklyn//7:30 PM

bIRTHDAY SHOW!!!!//Jaimie Branch TRIO//Public Records//Brooklyn//7:30 PM

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Come wish me a happy treinta y seis over at Public Records in Gowanus.

We improvise… hard. and fast and slow. just come on over!

Free show (2 drink min, plus you gotta get me one, no?)

TWO SETS!

jaimie branch trio is

jaimie branch - trumpet

luke stewart - bass

mike pride - drums

*birthdayshow*jaimie branch trio//felt and known//public records//brooklyn//8PM

*birthdayshow*jaimie branch trio//felt and known//public records//brooklyn//8PM

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THE JB3 RIDES AGAIN./HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME.

EARS OPEN SERIES = TWO SETS!!!

8PM at Public Records: 233 Butler St., Gowanus, Brooklyn, NY, USA

with Luke Stewart - Bass, and Mike Pride - drums

it’s my third annual birthday show with these fellas - and it’s gonna be hawt hawt hawt.

Come feel the feels - special appearance by FELT and KNOWN: joey desktop + turtle and DJ Joey Desktop.

Im gettin old. come be old wit me.

NO COVER>>>>>2 Drink Min. (but that aint a prob is it?)

tortoise//prospect park//brooklyn//

tortoise//prospect park//brooklyn//

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Tortoise perform for free at the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival at the Prospect Park Bandshell, with Emily Wells — and guess what? i get to be a part of it!!!

The legendary experimental rock band TORTOISE will play its “weirdly beautiful and impossible to pin down” (Pitchfork) 1998 masterpiece TNT start to finish.

Tortoise, comprised of multi-instrumentalists Dan Bitney, John Herndon, Doug McCombs, John McEntire, and Jeff Parker, has spent nearly 25 years making music that defies description. While the Chicago-based instrumental quintet has nodded to dub, rock, jazz, electronica, and minimalism throughout its revered and influential six-album discography, the resulting sounds have always been distinctly, even stubbornly, their own. The band has always thrived on sudden bursts of inspiration. TNT, its third record and the first after Parker joined, has a more organic and groove-oriented sound than the earlier efforts—interestingly so, as it was also the product of a new approach in the studio for the band that embraced early digital recording technologies. Produced by McEntire, TNT was recorded and mixed over the course of a year from November 1996 to November 1997 using Pro Tools, the now ubiquitous digital editing system that among other things allows for easy editing and re-assembling of songs from diverse recorded parts. The outcome was a tour de force of a record that solidified Tortoise’s place as trailblazers of post-rock.

EMILY WELLS “works in the space between art-pop and neoclassical chamber music.” (New Sounds with John Schafer) The Brooklyn-based singer and multi-instrumentalist is here with the GRAMMY Award-nominated METROPOLIS ENSEMBLE, who appear on her ethereal new album This World Is Too _____ For You.

ANTELOPER//Kilingsworth Dynasty//june 27

ANTELOPER//Kilingsworth Dynasty//june 27

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PORTLAND PORTLAND PORTLAND

ANTELOPER (NYC-based duo of trumpeter Jaimie Branch & drummer Jason Nazary)
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OMARI JAZZ
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MIKE GAMBLE / DANIEL ROSSI / NOAH SIMPSON

w/ DJ sets by Derek Smith of KMHD

Thursday June 27th 8p-11p
$8, 21+
@ Killingsworth Dynasty
832 N Killingsworth St, Portland, OR 97217

anteloper//vancouver intl. jazz fest//june 29

anteloper//vancouver intl. jazz fest//june 29

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Anteloper hits vancouver!

WITH ILHAN ERSAHIN'S ISTANBUL SESSIONS & GORDON GRDINA'S HARAM

9PM at the IMPERIAL.

YOU READY, VANCOUVER??

branch/page/stewart/babin/holmes//ironworks//vancouver jazz festival

branch/page/stewart/babin/holmes//ironworks//vancouver jazz festival

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JAIMIE BRANCH, JEREMY PAGE, LUKE STEWART, TOMMY BABIN, TCHESER HOLMES

“Fly or Die” trumpeter Jaimie Branch “wrings poignant, melodic order from turbulent chaos before inevitably decaying into turmoil again,” (JazzTimes). In this first-time meeting of next wave improvisers from both sides of the Canada/US border, Branch is joined by Chicago stalwarts and Irreversible Entanglements members Luke Stewart bass and Tcheser Holmes drums and two of Vancouver’s most empathic and engaging players: Tommy Babin (Haram, Benzene) bass, and Kids’ Table Quartet tenor saxophonist Jeremy Page.