RBMA Festival New York returns for its fourth consecutive year
Monday is channeling moody vibes with non-stop rain, but there we’ve got encouraging news to share. RBMA NY announced their 2016 Festival lineup late last week, and the bill is as impressive as we’ve come to expect, with top slots reserved for the premiere of ANOHNI’s Hopelessness live show at Park Avenue Armory and a full-length performance of Dizzee Rascal’s 2003 album Boy in Da Corner. New York City’s premier film event, Tribeca Film Festival, also returns in April. Ticket packages are on sale before March 21st, before individual screening tix become available. Turn up on a Tuesday with JUICEBOXXX at Brooklyn’s newest DIY venue, Sunnyvale. On Wednesday, you can catch a five-piece analog soul ensemble at Brooklyn Bowl, or a Women’s Raga Massive at Pioneer Works. The Rubin Museum continues screenings of The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jayethis week. The film explores the romantic and artistic partnership of industrial-rock pioneer Genesis BREYER P-ORRIDGE and Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge. Later this week, IDIO Gallery celebrates their latest exhibition, TREES, a show of photography that comes to life as both a silent poem and an implied joke. Coming up, the coolest indie music kids we know, The Wild Honey Pie, throw a showcase on Avenue A. And there are still a few (only a few!) tickets left to Art of Yoga on March 26th at Brooklyn Museum.