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  • ICMCA presents MAGIC BOW - Bharatanatyam Dance/Music/Storytelling

    ICMCA presents Magic Bow - a spectacular dance performance by world renowned Bharatanatyam dancers Sheejith Krishna and Anjana Anand choreographed by musician/playwright/director Gowri Ramnarayan. This unique event combines dance, music and storytelling to recreate the visual scenarios as imagined by the legendary composer Lalgudi Jayaraman. Info and tickets available online.
    Sun. Apr. 28, 5pm  
    East View Theater
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    D Smoke [control room]

    Inglewood rapper who gained fame after winning the only season of Netflix’s music competition show Rhythm + Flow. 2020 LP Black Habits received a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album.
    Fri., Jan. 14, 8pm
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    Destroyer of Light's 10-Year anniversary bash w/ Destroyer of Light, Duel, Ungrieved, Sabbath Crow

    Branding Austin fourpiece Destroyer of Light as simply a doom hammer negates the inherent ascension in the locals’ lofty guitar spires (Keegan Kjeldsen) and vocal incantations (the ever awe-inspiring Steve Colca). 2020 EP Generational Warfare bookended the former’s smoldering atmospherics with the latter’s Robert Smith on a perfectly timed cover of the Cure’s “Lullaby.” 2019 LP Mors Aeterna anticipated our current “Afterlife” with (okay, fine) pungent doom. “Ten-year challenge,” they began the week on FB. “Come celebrate our anniversary … [we’ll] be playing songs we haven’t played in years!” This followed last week’s news of an alliance with bookers Atomic Music Group. Duel, Ungrieved, and Sabbath Crow thunder first.
    Fri., Jan. 14, 8pm
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    Shamarr Allen [inside]

    Georgetown singer/guitarist fusing a myriad of genres opens for New Orleans native Shamarr Allen.
    Fri., Jan. 14, 9pm
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    Joey DeFrancesco

    Back in May, multi-instrumentalist Joey DeFrancesco rocked capacity crowds at Parker for two nights. For anyone who witnessed a performance, it was a highlight of a bad year. The Philadelphian’s no noodler – he keeps his head up and the crowd engaged, whether he’s on organ, piano, saxophone or trumpet, making him an ideal choice for that skeptical friend you’ve always wanted to introduce to jazz. Bringing his new trio and album More Music, DeFrancesco returns to the Warehouse District club for three shows over two nights that’ll surely sell out.
    Fri., Jan. 14, 8pm
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