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Turn It Up Two, curated by Jared Michael Nickerson, member of the legendary post punk band Human Switchboard (1977–1985), spotlights some of the most influential voices of the '80s rock scene in NYC, still flexing their punk-funk, power-pop, and alt-rock sounds in the 2020s. Cynthia Sley and Pat Place, founding members of the pioneering no-wave post-punk band Bush Tetras, bring the punk-funk with R.B. Korbut and Steve Shelley. The Bongos, Richard Barone's Hoboken-based, guitar-driven power-pop quartet with Frank Giannini, James Mastro, and Rob Norris, are MTV-era hitmakers who’ve never stopped turning it up. Tape Hiss has been known to feature the music of composer Arthur Russell and music from their shared experiences. Band members Ernie Brooks (Modern Lovers, Arthur Russell), Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth), guitarist Peter Galub, keyboardist David Nagler, and trombonist/composer Peter Zummo (Lounge Lizards, Arthur Russell) kick off this epic night of rock.

Be sure to also check out Turn It Up One on August 18.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Services at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

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