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The first New York City Microsessions showcase on July 29 marks the beginning of a quarterly residency at Spaceworks NYC's Long Island City rehearsal facility, at 33-02 Skillman Ave, (entrance on 34th St), just one block west of the 7 train's 33 St.-Rawson St. The July 29 lineup features R&B singer/songwriter Tan Brown, punk rock band Ex-Girlfriends, modern jazz trio Varmus-Jewell-Sperrazza, and indie pop group Powpow.
Tickets are in advance, available at Eventbrite.com, and at the door.
The night ends with a final 20- to 30-minute simultaneous set as the audience groups break up and people listen to whoever they want. "It's like a house concert on steroids or a sonic tapas bar of your next favorite bands," says Microsessions founder Paul Schomer, a former NPR Music producer and Sirius XM/PRI on-air music reviewer. Established in 2011, Spaceworks NYC is a nonprofit organization that develops affordable rehearsal and studio space for artists working in New York City.
"Audiences and artists here in Austin love the concept." Seth Grueneberg, multi-instrumentalist for Austin band The Wheelwrights, says "I've played live music in Austin for 15 years and this is the most fun I've ever had at a any gig." Microsessions showcases have been hosted monthly in Austin since February 2016.