Tag: jazz

Almog Sharvit’s Coralition / Noah Rott Electric Quartet

March 1, 2024

doors 7pm music 8pm

full dinner menu available

seating is first come-first served


Almog Sharvit is an “irrepressibly mischievous and highly skilled” (The Big Takeover) bassist and composer who is never content to stay too long in one mode. His debut album Get Up or Cry has been called a “startlingly imaginative record” and “a masterpiece of syncopated sound” (Bass Magazine, Goldmine Magazine). In addition to his own project, Almog can be heard playing with his collective trio KADAWA, Sunny Jain’s Wild Wild East, The NYChillharmonic, Forager, Julia Easterlin, Ashni, Ambrose Getz, Ella Mar and many more.  Website


Noah Rott is a Brooklyn-based pianist and electronic artist who fuses modern jazz with electronic soundscapes. Originally hailing from Germany, Noah Rott migrated to New York City in 2017, where he swiftly carved out a niche for himself as a dynamic force within the city’s jazz scene. As part of a new generation of jazz innovators, Noah’s virtuosic and versatile use of analog synthesizers and sound effects paired with his picturesque approach to the acoustic piano have garnered attention and acclaim. He is currently leading a new quartet with the vision of creating an innovative sonic blend of acoustic elements and electronic sounds. His band features some of New York’s most unique musical minds, such as Alfredo Colon on saxophone, electric wind instrument, and effects; Mathias Jensen on upright bass; and Kobi Abcede on drums. After releasing his debut album Rewind in 2021, he is projected to release his second album as a bandleader in early 2025. Website
$15 at the door (cash/Venmo, no advance tickets)

Minnie Jordan Quartet

doors 7pm music 8pm

full dinner menu available

seating is first come-first served

performing live in the back room


Minnie Jordan is a violinist hailing from Texas and living in Brooklyn. Her compositions draw inspiration from jazz tradition, but are also informed by the distinctive flavor of Texan roots music, as well as diverse non-musical sources such as bird songs and the occasional printer or leaking faucet. Her sound has been described as “elegant & cinematic,” “not undramatic,” and “lowkey prog rock vibes but jazz fiddle.”


Eliza Salem – drums

Evan Mainkeyboard

Charlie Lincoln – bass

+ special guest LILY TALMERS

“Lily’s sound is rooted in the 60’s folk revival, but includes broader fascinations, like the influence of Greece, Portugal and the European classical music canon all subtly swirl around in her melodies. She strives to to engage with “folk music” as it is most loosely defined: ‘the music of the people.'”


Isaiah Collier & The Chosen Few

February 16, 2024

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7pm doors 8pm music, seating first come first serve

performing live in the back room

Isaiah Collier is a Chicago/Brooklyn based multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, curator and educator. His style draws from master saxophonists such as John Coltrane, Roscoe Mitchell, and Wayne Shorter. Cosmic Transitions – his most recent album with The Chosen Few – received 5 stars from Downbeat magazine. He is a former fellow of the Dave Brubeck Institute, and one of the last musicians to work with the late Rudy Van Gelder.

with special guest

Shara Lunon a transdisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She is the product of the evolution of Black American musical traditions. As a poet, vocalist, composer, and improviser, her art finds the ethereal in the chaotic. With voice as the foundation, Shara’s music is an exploration of text and sound that seamlessly weaves through the ongoing relationship of struggle, resilience, and resolution. Her goal is to challenge lassitude and in its place, instill hope.

and all night-selector 


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Yonatan Peled / Underground Spiritual Game

November 5, 2023

7:30pm doors, first set 8:30pm $20 (cash & venmo, no presale)

Yonathan Peled Quintet

Yonathan Peled is a trombonist, composer, arranger, and band leader based in New York. He has performed in music venues and jazz festivals around the world, collaborating with renowned artists and bands such as Yemen Blues, The Eyal Vilner Big Band, Ravid Kahalani, Omer Avital, and David Broza. His talent and versatility have taken him to world-renowned music festivals and venues such as Festival Jazz à Séte (France), Red Sea Jazz Festival (Israel), Bern Jazz Festival (Switzerland), and Music in Pflegidach (Switzerland). Website

Underground Spiritual Game

Ran Livneh – bass guitar

Eden Bareket – baritone saxophone

Eran Fink – drums

This taut trio explores tone & atmosphere over traditional musical forms from Ethiopia, West Africa, Argentina and the Middle East

Compass Trio / James Labrosse Trio

September 26, 2023

$10 at the door (cash/Venmo, no advance tickets)



raga, Latin, and more

Galen Passen – sitar

Tripp Dudley – tabla/percussion

James Labrosse – guitar






flamenco & modern jazz with electronic flourishes

James Labrosse – guitar

Marwan Allen – bass

Jeremy Smith – percussion