Suuns, the innovative Montreal neo-psychedelic quartet, released Felt, their fourth studio album, via Secretly Canadian in March. The band perform tonight, May 24, at Union Stage, and there are tickets still remaining!
Michael Blume can be described in many ways — singer, rapper, activist, but never boring. The New Jersey native was in DC recently to entertain and inform a packed Union Stage crowd. The Yale graduate used the platform to deliver his style of R&B and rap with a dose of progressive commentary.
Lawrence, the eight-piece band led by siblings Clyde Lawrence and Gracie Lawrence, kicked off their “New Stuff Tour” last Thursday at Union Stage. It was the group’s first time performing in DC, and Gracie’s first performance as a 21 year old.
Nashville singer-songwriter Liza Anne released Fine But Dying on Arts & Crafts in March, and she played at Union Stage for the Fine But Dying Tour on Sunday. Paivi took some pictures!
New York City soul artist Michael Blume is planning to release a new EP, Cynicism & Sincerity, on June 8, following on the heels of two previous EP releases in 2016 and 2017. He’s performing at Union Stage on Thursday, May 17, to open Lawrence, the duo of fellow New Yorkers Clyde and Gracie Lawrence.
Editor’s Note: Funk Parade recent introduced a general festival wristband, providing priority entry into select evening music venues during its showcase on May 12. Funk Parade also will host its first-ever Featured Showcase at the Lincoln Theatre, featuring Ari Lennox, Mannywellz, and more.
For other details, Parklife DC presents the full text of a press release issued by Funk Parade on Thursday below.