NYC: Meklit Hadero with Joy Ike — 3/21

@meklitmusic and @joyike bring their music to NYC

MEKLIT_0569_prv Credit Cody Pickens

Photo credit: Cody Pickens

Get ready for Meklit Hadero’s blend of “jazz, Ethiopia, the San Francisco art scene and visceral poetry” as she stops by NYC’s SubCulture to share her latest release, We Are Alive.  You may recall Meklit from her collaboration with Quinn DeVeaux and the afro-futurist group Copperwire.   Check out her video for “Leaving Soon”:

Joy Ike


Opening for Meklit is up-and-comer Joy Ike, the daughter of Nigerian immigrants, who’s mixing the sounds of her African upbringing with influences as diverse as DC Talk, Steven Curtis Chapman, Gwen Stefani and Vertical Horizon.  Here, she performs her song “Nomad”:

Should be a great show all around!

Doors: 7pm
Show: 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 adv/$25 door

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