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29Apr
Whitworth, Moxie, Chloe Berry, Spoonuel
10:30 PM - 3:00 AM Heaven Can Wait
Date: April 29, 2022 to April 30, 2022
Where: Heaven Can Wait, New York (NYC) United States of America,, New York County, New York, United States, 10009
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Concerts & Music
Ticket Price: N/A
In accordance with the newest NYC Vaccine Mandate (Key to NYC Pass), starting on December 27, 2021, all artists performing at an indoor venue AND all guests attending any concert held indoors must provide proof of at least two doses of any COVID-19 vaccine alongside a valid photo ID for entry. Proof of one dose is acceptable until then. Only guests and performers who follow these protocols will be permitted inside the venue.WhitworthWhitworth is a 21 year old indie-pop artist currently based out of New York City. His work aims to deny genre boundaries in search of the core principals which make music so enjoyable. Originally a jazz pianist, Whitworth loves indie pop and began recording and producing his own work in 2020. After moving to New York from Saint Louis to study at Sarah Lawrence College, Whitworth began building a live setting for his works. Joined by his five bandmates, the highly production oriented bedroom pop esthetic is transformed into a dynamic live performance which never fails to excite. Whitworths debut album is set to release on April 29th.MoxieEffervescent. Soulful. Danceable. When writers try to describe Moxie, they produce bright and passionate adjectives, words that conjure warmth and passion. But the word that seems to stick above all else is unique. Moxie draws from a wide range of inspiration, collaging the influences of grooves and melodies that span across decades forming together. This crafts a sound that simultaneously evokes the comfort of a classic and the wonder of an entirely new sound. Moxie is made of Rei Kimuras powerful vocals which reminisce of classic soul and blues, Leander Holzapfels shimmering and dynamic lead guitar voicing colorful chords and bright leads, Daniel Snyders unbelievably tight grooves which draw jealous looks from metronomes everywhere, and David Cohens basslines which often blur the line into a lead instrument.This crafts a sound that simultaneously evokes the comfort of a classic and the wonder of an enti
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