LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | January 30 – February 5



January 31 | 1:00pm Pacific

Audiotree Live

Chicago-based band Yeesh is a punk-rock trio made up of Alex Doyle (Guitar / Vocals),
Peter Reale (Drums), and Greg Obis (Bass / Vocals). The band often sounds like an airplane: loud, fast, delayed – which is by design – and there’s no denying this bands live show. Watch live as Yeesh performs live from Chicago’s very own Audiotree Live on Tuesday, January 31st at 1pm PT / 3pm CT for some local indie rock.

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DJ Mag Live Presents Sexy Kitchen Party

February 1 | 11:00am Pacific

DJ Mag

Sexy Kitchen Party teams up with DJ Mag Live this week (Wednesday, 1st February) for a night of fun and frolics, including a special ’80s set from the dubstep don, Plastician. Also joining the fray at London’s Work Bar will be Jack Swift playing a garage set, honchos Sexy Kitchen Party and the DJ Mag Allstars will be on hand with a George Michael tribute set. As their name suggests, Sexy Kitchen Party like to get down and dirty, and their list of rules — which includes “Heavy Petting”, “No Techno” and “Do Whatever JT [Justin Timberlake] Tells You To Do” — guarantees the night will go off each and every time – watch it all live!


Dmitry Masleev plays Prokofiev, Rachmaninov and Saint-Saëns

February 2 | 11:30am Pacific

A few days after his Carnegie Hall appearance, 2015 International Tchaikovsky Competition winner Dmitry Masleev gives a recital of works by Scarlatti, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov, and Saint-Saëns at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris. The program begins with three solo piano sonatas by Sergei Prokofiev, followed by Préludes, Fragments, a Polka, and three Etude-Tableau, all by the Russian legend of the piano, Sergei Rachmaninov. The program comes to its close with Camille Saint-Saëns’ Danse macabre, a tone poem originally written for orchestra, then arranged for solo piano by the composer’s friend Franz Liszt (and later rearranged by Vladimir Horowitz). Don’t miss this elegant evening of musical masterpieces in an exceptionally picturesque setting!


Marco Benevento Live from Brooklyn Bowl NY

February 2 | 5:00pm Pacific


For more than a decade, pianist Marco Benevento has been amassing an extensive resume of composition and collaboration. His albums set forth a vision that connects the dots between MGMT and Tortoise on one side, Brian Eno and Brad Mehldau on the other. In the live setting, his performances reverberate with pulsating dance rock energy, which has led to numerous high profile appearances, ranging from Carnegie Hall to Celebrate Brooklyn, Newport Jazz to Bonnaroo. As anybody who’s seen Marco Benevento perform can attest, with eyes closed, smile wide across his face and fingers free-flowing across the keys, the pianist is a satellite to the muse. With a devout and growing fan-base, Benevento is an artist whose story is only beginning to unfold. Don’t miss this live webcast via Nugs.TV.


Savoy Motel

February 5 | 2:00pm Pacific


Get ready for Savoy Motel to rock their Funk Box right out front. But don’t worry, this ride across the time trails has plenty of glammed up riffing and a touch of the South too. Savoy Motel are an American rock quartet formed and based out of Nashville, TN since 2014 who are currently signed to NYC label What’s Your Rupture? and our friends to the North, PressureDrop.TV are set to bring you a live session ‘from the underground’.  Set your reminders to tune in live on Sunday, February 5 at 2pm Pacific. Don’t miss out!

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