wow I see a lot of music this weekend. If you’ve been feeling the melancholy of no live music lately, get your sad ass over to Music House, Psi U, La Casa and enjoy the music while it lasts.
MuHo Megashow @ 202 Washington
Sitcom // Baby Jeremy // Corporate Lingo // Robolu // Hanzo
Friday 9:30 PM
Wacky-ass lineup here. In the headlining spot, Sitcom is an occasional Clairo collaborator who makes some groovy, chill tunes that will get you moving and swaying. Baby Jeremy require no introduction at this point. Seasoned veterans of the Warped Tour circuit, they are the future of both pop-rock & pop-punk. Catch Alex Richwine in the audience singing and drumming along to the whole set. Filling out the lineup we’ve got Corporate Lingo, Robolu, and Hanzo, three Soundcloud emcees coming all the way from the ATL to bring you your friday night vibes. don’t miss it!
Bearcat x UNiiQU3 @ Psi U
2 incredibly dope DJs that will be bringing some of the more exciting trends in NYC club music to little ol’ Middletown. Bearcat has worked with artists like Cupcakke and 21 Savage and has brought her bass-heavy, energetic sets to such faraway lands as Berlin, Barcelona, and Bushwick. UNiiQU3 brings an even more intense and intoxicating sound, being one of the forebears of the exciting, burgeoning Jersey Club scene. Listen: both of these sets are gonna be dumb lit so you’re a dummy if you’re not going to this. If you don’t believe us: check out these links below…..
Armand Hammer @ La Casa
Armand Hammer make radical hip-hop music, best described, in their own words, as "an unsparing indictment of everything." Armand Hammer frequently contextualizes displacement within historic forms of colonialism and racism, and draws inspiration from Black revolutionary thought. With beats both chaotic and sleek, and lyrics ominous and comic, their music has been rightly characterized as some of the most important experimental rap of the last decade.
Be on the lookout for an EXCLUSIVEE aural wes interview with Armand Hammer some time in the future
Armand Hammer will host a seminar discussing their music at The Resource Center (167 High St) at 6pm, and perform a show at La Casa de Albizu Campos (240 Washington St.) starting at 10pm.