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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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    a deconstructed concert w/ Mobley, Urban Heat, Jonny Jukebox

    In line with pandemic EP pairing Young & Dying in the Occident Supreme (2021) and Cry Havoc! (2022), Mobley’s new worktape bears meditative body movers and sing-alongs. An audio documentary of both soul-stoppers, the 23-track cassette strips back the studio bomp of his big-delivery anthems to the everyday genius of unfettered creativity. Natural, instinctual, immediate, worktape stills with side-A closer “Lost Boys / Occidental Death (sound check recording),” which flutters like an alt-demo for an R&B standard like “Little Wing.” Stageless, PA-less, with each patron given headphones to tune in to multiple live mixes, A Deconstructed Concert merges performer, audience, and collaborators Urban Heat.
    Sat., Sept. 30, 7pm 
    Originator Studios
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    ¡Mujeres Adelante!: A Celebration of Latina Voices w/ Grupo Fantasma, Carrie Rodriguez, Lisa Morales, Her Mana, the Tiarras, DJ EPZ

    Renacimiento – renaissance. LatinATX blooms show by show lately. Reports from Adrian Quesada’s Long Center extravaganza recently describe a near festival of sorts. His former mother ship, Grupo Fantasma – mostly pulled here from the badlands of millennial Laredo – align with the guitarist’s Boleros Psicodélicos in throwing a noche de las señoras. Carrie Rodriguez, Lisa Morales, Emilie Basez, Kate Robberson, the Tiarras, y más front the local Latin orchestra, a powerhouse rhythm and brass juggernaut since día numero uno. Quesada’s Jaguar Sound set at Antone’s first annual blues festival at the Moody Amphitheater this summer prompts something of a no-brainer, perhaps: time for a first annual Grupo Fantasma festival.
    Sat., Sept. 30, 8pm 
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