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Cindy Cane

Cindy Cane plays Brooklyn Psych Fest on 07.06 and 5 more NYC shows this summer

NYC band Cindy Cane is going to have a busy summer of 2019, with six live shows scheduled in NYC between July and August. That is either a sign of naiveté or of buzzworthy status, since getting enough fans to a gig twice a year is already a struggle for most emerging NYC bands  - we'll see how that pans out! The "post-everything" band seems intent on rejecting genre constraints in favor of imposing a peculiarly lo-fi and post-punk inspired character on genres as disparate as cold wave and folk music. The mangled 'country' of east river take me under (streaming below) feels like the only possible kind of folk a city like New York can produce. Don't miss their upcoming show at the Knitting Factory within the Brooklyn Psych Fest on July 6th.


Cindy Cane brings the goth rodeo to Baby's All Right residency 01.27

The music of Cindy Cane defies classification - in listening to the singles off frontman Tom Lescovich's upcoming EPs New York Strangers and all my ex's live in bushwick, you can find yourself leaping between murky electronica and yearning folk, all with a backbeat of the expressive rawness Lescovich is so good at cultivating. The music of Cindy Cane may span many genres, but it all stems from a deep love of country music. While it may not sound very country, tracks "The Darkness" and "Let Me In" brilliantly reflect the genre's penchant for laying emotions bare. Cindy Cane landed a rare four day residency at Baby's All Right starting on January 27, so check out their music below, and wear your best cowboy boots! - Sunny Betz


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