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101 Avenue A - New York, NY

Blak Emoji, Bird Streets, Skarlit
Knitting Factory New York
101 Avenue A - New York, NY 10009
Sun December 10 8:00 pm (Doors: 7:30 pm)
21 and up
$10.00 Tickets


Blak Emoji

Blak Emoji is the moniker of NYC producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Kelsey Warren. Currently signed to ECR Music Group (The Orchard), Warren recently released deluxe editions of his critically acclaimed electropop albums Eclectro and Antidote.

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Bird Streets

Following a lengthy stint as a solo artist, Brooklyn songwriter John Brodeur officially adopted Bird Streets as his nom de guerre with the release of a self-titled 2018 LP on Omnivore Recordings. That album, produced by indie-pop hero Jason Falkner (Beck, Daniel Johnston), was a refreshing blast of classic-yet-modern melodic rock that received accolades from PopMatters (“a rock solid power-pop gem”), The Deli (“timeless and honest”), and NPR Music, which named Bird Streets a Slingshot Artist alongside then-emerging talents like Phoebe Bridgers and Cautious Clay. Lagoon, the emotionally fraught second Bird Streets album, may be the best showcase yet for Brodeur's thoughtful lyrics and passionate vocals. Lagoon widely expands on the project’s collaborative foundation, with contributions from a host of artists, including Pat Sansone (Wilco), Aimee Mann, Ed Harcourt, Michael Lockwood (Fiona Apple, Susanna Hoffs), and Jody Stephens (Big Star). With mixing by Grammy winner Michael Brauer (Coldplay, John Mayer), and mastering by Grammy nominee Pete Lyman (Brandi Carlile, Chris Stapleton), Lagoon is a confident step forward from an artist who has been hailed for his evocative storytelling and keen attention to craft.

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SKARLIT is an up-and-coming alternative rock and pop sensation based out of NYC. A singer-songwriter, audio engineer, producer, and performer, she’s a powerhouse about to burst into the scene. It all started in a church choir and local theatre, where she began to train in music. Having such an artistically potent upbringing led her to making music her career path. Her inspirations such as Stevie Wonder, John Mayer, Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Joni Mithcell (to name a few) have shown her how strong the connection between the heart and the craft can be. Emotional vulnerability that engages, is what shapes her songs. Releases with Santiablo show her fun electro pop side, while her single with Memory Set and her personal projects will dive deep into the growing pains of this generation with an indie rock, pop and folk style. Stay tuned for her debut EP in early 2024. Other collabs include artists K3SS, mynameisben, D-Tronic, Rory Alexzander, Will Urbane, Catalina Shortwave, Drew Mazur, and more. Performing live is also a huge passion, having played out at venues such as Rockwood Music Hall, The Delancey, 3 Dollar Bill, Quantum, The Bowery Electric and with more shows to come! Notably, she opened for Macy Gray at The Ridgefield Playhouse this past October. She’s been climbing her way up slowly through putting in work at studios such as Key+Needles Studios, Quad Studios, and Electric Lady. She also has taken the opportunity to grow her brand through performing and bartending at NYC’s most famous bar, Coyote Ugly Saloon. Just like the character Violet, of cult classic film, Coyote Ugly, she’s making sure NYC and someday the country won't be able to “fight the moonlight” that is SKARLIT.