DJ Kelly Frost (12AM FREE), Mardoll, Blak Emoji, Heavens, Stephanie Manns, Macabre Americana, Allison Leah
158 Ludlow Street
New York, NY, 10002
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
DJ Kelly Frost (12AM FREE)
Songwriter, singer and dynamic daredevil Mardoll is on a journey to create extraordinary moments through revolutionary music. Her songs simmer with fiery melodies and infectious beats that are reinforced by her provocative voice as she unleashes poetic lyrics that illuminate both the darkness and light of life’s soul-shaping moments. Mardoll’s captivating, high-energy live performances incorporate dramatic movement that spotlights her talents as a dancer and breathes fresh life into the tales she tells. Her songs mix up bold elements of pop, hip-hop and rap with striking visual elements rooted deep in cutting-edge fashion. Mardoll inhabits a cast of vibrant and vulnerable characters that range from raunchy and raw to introspective and vulnerable, channeling the wide-ranging emotion of the human experience as she reveals their naked truths.
Kelsey Warren has been around the block, having fronted a long-running and successful rock band based on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. But Blak Emoji, the current face of Kelsey Warren, is something entirely different and new--both for Warren himself and for the listener weary of monotonous music trends.
Warren is capable of plenty: He studied jazz guitar, classical voice and music theory at the University of Miami, and has played and sung in every possible context, as leader, sideman and hired gun around New York City. Blak Emoji is where he puts it all together for himself, mixing his tendencies as a brainy, substantive and complex writer with a fixation on synth sounds.
A new project from Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba and Joe Steinbrick of Thieves Like Us.
Scottish Americana singer-songwriter, New York City
Macabre Americana is a New York City based folk-fusion band whose music magnifies the dark side of the American dream.
Allison Leah is a SESAC affiliated singer-songwriter based in New York. She started writing original music at an early age, and was eager to share her music with anyone and everyone who would listen. Her music has been called “elegantly written and relatable” and has pop and folk influences.
Over the last few years, she has performed around New York, Nashville, and Florence and was featured as the “new artist of the week” on Nashville’s radio station, Lightning 100.
Allison Leah is a member of the New York Songwriter Sessions and plays frequent shows at the Bitter End in New York City. Additionally, Allison has performed at the Bluebird Cafe, Rye Playland Amusement Park as part of their Annual Friendship Day, and opened for Brett Harris. Additionally, she frequently headlines events for her home University.
Allison released her first single, “A Love Song” in October 2017 and her second single, “Black and White” in January 2018. Both singles are tracks on her first EP, "Fly Home", released on June 7, 2018.
Allison Leah’s music is available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, and other streaming services.
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