Critical Party Studies presents All Good Things Ep 01, a concert event hosted by Charlie Bardey.
Free, outdoors on 4th Street between 4th & 5th Aves. Please click here to RSVP!
Born and bred in Brooklyn, NY, maassai sonically blends the gritty energy of the city when she was growing up with her love for the avant-garde.
Syl DuBenion is a black American artist of many mediums. As a saxophonist, singer-songwriter-composer, and performer, he travels through different genres and modes to share his truth. He is a steadfast contributor to the New York City arts scene, hailing from Buffalo, NY.
It is May Rio’s personality and deftness that ultimately shine and make her solo debut the unexpected journey that it is. It is intelligent like a riddle and catchy like an over-saturated cartoon. On Easy Bammer, May turns months of isolation into a curious & hyperreal reflection on memory of a time in New York City before stay-at-home-orders and lukewarm take-out—reflections on a time when staying at home & thinking felt like an unreasonable request of the cosmos. May Rio’s Easy Bammer gives its listener a chance to experience the warmth & quiet laughter of reflection; it does so in a time otherwise reserved for most as an endless cycle of waiting for new headlines.
HOSTED BY CHARLIE BARDEY!
This event is supported by a New York City Artist Corps Grant.