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Pivot Gang "Studio Ground Rules"

Pivot Gang dropped a new single over night called “Studio ground Rules”. This track features Saba, Frsh Waters and MfnMelo flowing over a beat by Daoud and daedaePIVOT.

This is the crew’s third single of 2019 and I believe everyone in the city is hoping this is building to a full-length album.

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The Revolution celebrates its third anniversary at National Sawdust on 03.30

Revolution, a local musical movement partnered with The Deli NYC that highlights artists from Brooklyn and Harlem is celebrating its third year on March 30. Vol. 37 at National Sawdust will be a celebration of community, change, and activism through music. Live performances from artists picked for previous volumes such as SKYES, Salomon Faye, Sonic, Phase One and Aberdeen will headline the bash. A special DJ set by DJL4 will also be featured. Founded, curated, and produced by NYC promoter Katie Jones, this project represents the core of independent pop culture and hopes to keep helping its growth, just like our publication! Get your tickets here. - Rene Cobar





Jamila Woods "Eartha"

Jamila Woods has released a new single, “Eartha”, from her forthcoming LP, LEGACY! LEGACY!, which is due out May 10th via Jagjaguwar & Closed Sessions.

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Owltree

Owltree has released a new Lezter produced album called “Lost City Cult”. The prolific emcee has released a slew of albums over the last six months, but kicked it all off last November with an introspective self-titled album.

The mysterious Owltree suffers from Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder, and this leaves him feeling disconnected from reality. We hope through this music that he is finding a way to not just connect for brief moments to reality, but connect to understanding and open listeners.

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J-Best - Hip Hop Artist to Perform at "Write-On" Songwriter Session 03.27

Comin’ up this month is the inaugural “Write-On” event where four emerging local songwriters will be on stage together telling their stories and playing their songs for everyone. One of the artists that will be performing at this particular event will be J Best. This multi talented artist not only writes and performs but also works in production and artist development. Learn more about J Best’s many projects along with Kyra Mastro, Trevor Larose and Emily Shultz at Supermarket in Kensington on Wednesday March 27th for “Write-On”. – Kris Gies

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