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Caribou with guest Sinkane
THU. 08/06 | 7:00PM @ EAST RIVER PARK
Dan Snaith’s latest album, Our Love (2014), isn’t the sound of isolated basement creation but the sound of Dan at his most connected – with love for his listeners, his collaborators, and those closest to him.
ADMISSION: FREE    

Third World / Awa Sangho
FRI. 08/07 | 7:30PM @ PROSPECT PARK BANDSHELL
THIRD WORLD, a group of friends who found their own place in the rich ecosystem of 1973 Kingston, Jamaica. They caught Marley’s eye, were asked to tour in support of the Wailers, and the rest is history.
ADMISSION: FREE

tUnE-yArDs / Shabazz Palaces
SAT. 08/08 | 7:30PM @ PROSPECT PARK BANDSHELL 
The experimental hip-hop duo SHABBAZZ PALACES is the first hip-hop group to grace the SubPop record label. After emerging a few years ago in a Seattleite cloud of mystery, they have come to stand for a woozy, patchwork, and altogether intoxicating approach to beat-making.
ADMISSION: FREE

Glass Animals/Taylor McFerrin/BattleFest League Dancers
SUN. 08/09 | 2:00PM @ CENTRAL PARK
Brooklyn-based producer, composer, pianist, DJ and live musician Taylor McFerrin’s musical style is equally influenced by the legends of 60s/70s Soul, the kings of the Modern Beat Generation, Golden Era hip hop, free form jazz and electronic music.
ADMISSION: FREE

El Caribefunk and StringsNskins
MON. 08/10 | 8:00PM @ BROOKLYN BOWL
Today, El Caribefunk are an emerging group with a bright and fresh sound, well received by the public “underground” of various nationalities.
ADMISSION: FREE

Rakim / DJ Tedsmooth
TUE. 08/11 | 7:00PM @ MARCUS GARVEY PARK
Universally referenced as one of the Masters of the Microphone and an influence and inspiration to his peers and followers alike, Rakim first exploded onto the scene with the release of iconic “Eric B. is President” in 1986 with collaborator Eric B.
ADMISSION: FREE

Vinnie Ferra
WED. 08/12 | 8:00PM @ THE LIVING ROOM
Undoubtedly this music has its roots in blues and folk, but he also calls upon the indie/alternative songwriter vibe and the best aspects of dirty, barn-burning stomp rock.

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