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Lake Street Dive

The Hum final night on 10.24 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

A Nu-Soul for your parties - Lake Street Dive play Bowery on 12.27

With Lake Street Dive, you're not left with the impression you're hearing recordings at all. In fact, most of this group's songs were indeed recorded in live situation. From hanging a couple of mics up at a party ('You Go Down Smooth'), to the off-the-cuff feel of 'Henriette,' these are tracks that exude a feel like the band's re-creating their songs at the moment they're playing them.

And with a voice like singer Rachael Price's, it's no wonder they have no need for studio trickery to produce their blend of gospel yelps and old school Muscle Shoals soul. Their sound is built from the inside out, from the chug of the upright bass to the trumpet blasts - this is a band meant to be experienced live. So see them when they play Bowery Ballroom on Dec 27th. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)

This song was added to our SoundCloud playlist of emerging NYC artists with rootsy influences here.


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