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Steven Mullan releases collaborative EP under Mackinac name, plays Acme on 10.21

Following his 2014 R&B album Burn, Steven Mullan has released a new collaborative EP, What You Don't Needon October 10th under the name Mackinac. Mackinac's album title track delivers a multiplex sonic mixture, assembling juicy synth pads, airy vocal harmonies, a rhythmic backdrop that adjusts in energy from section to section, and the crisp, and Steven's clear vocals. Listen to "What You Don't Need" down below, as well as the album title track for Burn, and catch Steven live at Acme Feed & Seed on October 21st. -Ashley Muniz

The Hum final night on 10.23 with members of Buke and Gase, Cibo Matto, Lake Street Dive + more

The final appointment with this October 2016 edition of The Hum will be bittersweet indeed, since the venue that's been hosting it since its 2015 debut, Greenpoint's Manhattan Inn, recently announced that it will closed before the end of the year. The Deli sponsored event, organized by Hypnocraft, features a curated line-up of NYC-based female musicians in collaborative settings, and on Monday will see some of our favorite NYC artists ever, like super talented Aaron Dyer from Buke and Gase (who graced the cover of our magazine back in 2009), Rachael Price of Lake Street Dive and Yuka C. Honda of Cibo Matto. Here's the full list of collaborative sets, this show is not to be missed!

Yuka C. Honda (Cibo Matto) + Arone Dyer (Buke and Gase) + Shayna Dunkelman

Rachael Price (Lake Street Dive) + Lynette Williams + Christina Courtin (Pilot Violet)

Eszter Balint + Dayna Kurtz + Sydney Price (Northwood

New Mannequin Pussy LP Available for Streaming

"Shit-punk"/rad-ass quartet Mannequin Pussy has its new full-length, Romantic, coming out on October 28 via Tiny Engines. And for those like us, who can't wait until then, you can now stream it over at NPR Music's First Listen! It's that needed jolt of "FUCK YEAH" that will get you happily through the rest of this week. Enjoy! (Photo by Scott Troyan)

Rip Into the Stratosphere w/Space Pizza at Ortlieb's Oct. 20

Loose comfort with a tendency to reach out there in a playful/powerful flex of intensity, that’s what Space Pizza tastes like in your ears. Instinctive, velcro-jangling rock with lyrics that often drop pretense in accordance with embracing the joy; the music instantly adheres in a casual, memorable manner. However, the quartet’s lighthearted aesthetic doesn’t come at the expense of instrumentation, as somewhat goofy lyrical snippets are escalated by ability to lockdown into a deep instrumental groove and rip into the stratosphere. Tonight, they’re paired with the wandering-folk stoner exploits of Sam Perduta (of Elison Jackson). While a pair of Brooklyn bands in the countrified-cosmic jams of Morning Martyrs and the rollin' & rumblin' folk rock of The Ferdy Mayne stitch this showcase at Ortlieb’s together. Ortlieb’s, 847 N. 3rd St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita


Brand new from NYC: Halycine unveils video for 'One More Try'

Halycine is the stage name of NYC rock songwriter Chloe Raynes, who used to be the lead singer in bluesy grunge band Blue & Gold. Her solo material, crystalized in debut EP 'In The Salt' showcases a more developed artistic identity and also undeniable improvement in the production department. The video for single 'One More Try' adds visual, disturbing power to the most intriguing song on the record, check it out below.


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