The Women & Arts Initiative and Harbinger Entertainment Presents:
The Spectrum Concert Series
95 Stanton St.
New York, NY, 10002
6:30 PM (event ends at 10:00 PM)
This event is 21 and over
Oceanator is the solo endeavor of Brooklyn based musician Elise Okusami. Okusami released her debut EP in February 2017. The EP, recorded at her brother Mike Okusami’s Maryland studio, plays to Okusami’s folk-pop and rock aesthetics. Stand out tracks include ‘Nowhere Nothing’ and ‘Afternoon’ both of which have received praise from publications such as Pitchfork, Impose Magazine, and Heartbreaking Bravery.
“Okusami layers her lovesickness and loneliness over an unexpected backdrop of bubbly 1980s synthpop and crisp percussion.” - Pitchfork
“In two songs, Oceanator proves to be a project with a surprising amount of range, depth, understanding, and versatility.” - Heartbreaking Bravery
“‘Nowhere Nothing’ exhibits a comfort found in the cold, a reconciliation with, and justification for a feeling of solitude” - Impose Magazine
Groupie is a female-fronted punk band based in Brooklyn. The three-piece group released their self-titled debut EP in early 2017 on Brooklyn-based label Fluorescent Thought, and is releasing their sophomore EP in the spring. Groupie’s catchy, politically-charged songs explore modern issues such as feminism, immigration, mental health, and digital alienation. Their post-punk inspired track Poor You addresses the issue of sexual assault while their upcoming track Dalejos features their tri-lingual roots and immigrant experience. For fans of Sleater-Kinney, Priests, Downtown Boys, Patti Smith, and The Breeders.
Advance: $10 / Day of Show: $12
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