April 24 | 4:30 PM Pacific
Jazz at Lincoln Center
Dan “Chimy” Chmielinski is only in his mid-20s, but he’s become one of the most dependable bassists on the scene, having worked with everyone from Sammy Miller and the Congregation, Joey Alexander, and Bryan Carter to Wynton Marsalis, Eric Harland, and Jeff “Tain” Watts. This week, he leads his jazz quartet alongside a string quartet in a “four by four” configuration. His superb jazz band is a guaranteed good show by itself, but the strings will really make it something unique and memorable. We don’t yet know what repertoire they have in mind, but it’s a group whose music is always thoughtful, fun, and performed with conviction. Watch live thanks to Jazz at Lincoln Center.
April 25 | 7:00 PM Pacific
Keith Urban is releasing his 10th studio album, Graffiti U, on April 27th, but a few days before fans can get their hands on the full album, the country superstar is celebrating with an intimate show during his iHeartCountry Album Release Party at the iHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles. In other words, fans will be able to see Keith perform some new songs live for the first time before the album is officially released. Fans can tune in free for a live video stream of the iHeartCountry Album Release Party with Keith Urban on Wednesday, April 25th, at 10pm ET/7pm PT.
April 26 | 12:00 PM Pacific
Laura Lee, Mark Speer, and Donald Johnson—known collectively as Khruangbin—must be serious crate-diggers. The East Texas trio’s debut album, The Universe Smiles Upon You, is an edifying voyage into wong shadow, an obscure genre of 1960s Thai pop that mutated out of American surf-rock. Their recent follow-up, Con Todo El Mundo, journeys to the Middle East, where they’ve found the spark of inspiration in pre-revolution Iranian rock music. One of its standouts, “Evan Finds the Third Room,” is a representative taste of what Khruangbin excel at. Another thing they excel at is the art of a live show. Take them in from the KEXP Studios this week with a daytime live stream.
April 26 | 3:00 PM Pacific
Its been awhile since Nic Fanculli graced the holy halls of Boiler Room and to celebrate his return, BRTV are teaming up with him to bring viewers a very special broadcast from one of Boiler Rooms favorite places on earth: Mexico City. Presented by his very own The Social Festival, which returns to Mexico for the third time this year, expect not only the first full length set by the man himself, but also by another underground hero – Davide Squillace. This heavyweight double feature is rounded up by three of our local underground favorites: DJ Puma, returning for her second appearance on the show, Monopolar with a brand new live set and scene activist Nhat, making her debut!
April 27 | 9:00 PM Pacific
VuHaus / World Cafe Live
On Friday, Philly five piece rock band Dr. Dog are releasing their 10th album, Critical Equation. To celebrate, the Scott McMicken and Toby Leaman-led group are putting a spin on World Cafe’s Free at Noon, the WXPN-FM (88.5) concert series that’s kicked off the weekend with a mid-day on concert at the World Cafe Live since 2005. Instead of lunchtime, Dr. Dog will play at the witching hour. The band will play the station first ever Free at Midnight. The event begins with XPN deejays, and then the band is scheduled to hit the stage as Friday turns into Saturday. Stay up late and tune in live!
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