LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | October 1-7


Tom Morello

October 2 | 2:15 PM

Paste Magazine Studios

Guitarist Tom Morello will play two intimate shows in New York City later this month, just ahead of the Oct. 12 release of his new solo album “The Atlas Underground Experience.”  In the meantime, he will make stops like this one at Paste Magazine Studios in NYC for an intimate live stream performance.  From Rage Against the Machine to Audioslave to Prophets of Rage and now a solo album packed with hip-hop and EDM collaborators including Big Boi, Bassnectar, Killer Mike, Steve Aoki, RZA and GZA, Tom Morello defies genre.

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Abelita Mateus and Friends

October 2 | 4:30 PM Pacific

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Pianist, vocalist, and composer Abelita Mateus is a rising star in the next generation of Brazilian jazz. Mateus is the current pianist for the Dizzy Gillespie Afro-Cuban Experience, and she has performed with Paquito D’Rivera, John Lee, Eric Alexander, Larry Coryell, Claudio Roditi, Hermeto Pascoal, and many others. Her debut album, Vivenda, came out just last year in 2017 and reached No. 24 on the Jazz Week charts. Tonight will be the official album release show for her new recording, entitled Mixed Feelings, and she’s bringing many of the same musicians featured on the record. It’s a personal album from Mateus that also speaks to a core component of the blues that Jazz at Lincoln Center celebrates: persistent optimism in the face of adversity and uncertainty. Join us at Dizzy’s to hear the latest in New York’s flourishing Brazilian jazz scene.

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CHVRCHES Live From The Palace Theatre

October 3 |7:00 PM Pacific

The Current

CHVRCHES electronic indie synth-pop sound helps them stand out from the crowd, which seems to the Glasgow-based band’s goal. Lauren Mayberry’s distinctive vocals trill through lyrics on songs such as “Never Ending Circles”, “Get Out” and, most recently, on their single “Miracles” from their newest album ‘Love is Dead.’ Mayberry, Martin Doherty and Iain Cook expertly mix synthesizers with instruments like the piano, drums and guitar to make for a dream-like listening experience, with a new sound around every corner. With devoted fans since their founding in 2011, it is no wonder that both of their shows at Palace Theatre (Oct 2 and 3) are both sold out.


Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival 2018

October 5-7 | 12:00 PM Pacific

MoonTunes and Chime Interactive

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass (HSB), previously Strictly Bluegrass, is an annual free and non-commercial music festival held the first weekend of October in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Conceived and subsidized by San Francisco venture capitalist Warren Hellman, the festival has been held every year since the first event in 2001. The lineup this year includes performances by Mavis Staples, Trampled By Turtles, The Greyboy Allstars, Ween, Graham Nash and many more across three days.  Streaming brought to you by Moonalice and Chime Interactive.  Stay tuned for complete schedule TBA.


Austin City Limits Music Festival 2018

October 5-7 | 12:00 PM Pacific

Red Bull TV

Join us for this year’s live broadcast of the Austin City Limits Music Festival from deep in the heart of Texas, USA. The self-styled ‘Live Music Capital of the World’ brings three days of music from the city’s Zilker Park, October 5-7. Complete streaming lineup and set times are set to be released later this week so keep your eyes peeled for more info soon.

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