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TANSU, The Side Project, and Miranda Joan play The Revolution #40 on 06.29





TANSU, The Side Project, and Miranda Joan play The Revolution #40 on 06.29

In Volume #40 of the Revolution, a performance series involving emerging NYC artists curated by The National Sawdust, Harlem-based TANSU, NYC's saxophone quartet The Side Project, and Brooklyn singer and songwriter Miranda Joan will be joining together to share Williamsburg venue's stage on June 29th.

TANSU's story includes studies at The Berklee College of Music, one of the few music schools able to develop well-roundied musical artists. Her voice has an impressive strength and vocal range, propelling her modern and sophisticated soul-pop style. Singer songwriter Miranda Joan, who has collaborated already with The Side Project, offers a more mellow and lush take on soul-pop, with electronic flourishes that don't affect the genre's signature relatability. The Side Project, a sax and voice ensemble dedicated to covers of pop hits and led by the saxophonist and producer Éyal Hai, boasts a roster of past shows at The Brooklyn Bowl and The Art Institute of NYC. They recently released their first album, '#ThisPartySax' under the label Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit Records. Tickets for the June 29th show are on sale now here.

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