Breanna Barbara’s Upcoming Shows

Breanna Barbara has two upcoming shows you don't want to miss!

Pow Pow Family Band Announces North American Tour

Pow Pow Family Band goes on first North American tour after release of debut album, "All Right" on February 9th.


Brian Hill is in London recording the follow-up to the “proudly scruffy, but also… sincere and affecting” (LA Record) ‘And the Noh Starrs.’ It’s all going down at the Kinks’ Konk Studios, so look out for more colorful material from this inventive artist in 2018.

Cotillon is Preparing for New European Dates After Tour Success

Cotillon is back in the States after rounding out a European tour that included several dates in Switzerland, Italy and France, as well as a stop at Soy Festival in Nantes.  On the heels of his 2017 record “The Afternoons," Jordan Corso painted his own captivating portrait of the spirit of New York City’s musical landscape to crowds across the three countries.  Look out for Corso’s return to Europe in spring 2018, including stops at the Burger Records festivals in Madrid and Barcelona, following further demand for his dynamic live performances.

Navy Gangs Open For Sunflower Bean At Elsewhere

Navy Gangs played a sold-out Elsewhere show in Brooklyn on November 30th, supporting Sunflower Bean.  New recordings and tour plans are in the works - stay tuned for more info!

Pow Pow Family Band was Featured in i-D & Wonderland Magazine

i-D Magazine featured the “evolving coterie of creative folks from across the artistic spectrum” Pow Pow Family band in an in-depth interview, linking up with bandmates Miles Robbins and Zack Segel to chat about the process of recording their debut record ‘All Right’.  Check out it here to read about the diverse influences that shaped the album, and how Robbins’ immersion into the world of acting continues to play a role in the group’s musical expression. Wonderland Magazine also premiered a new track off ‘All Right,' the delicately poignant “Tiny Brush Parade," calling it “a dreamy, vulnerable beauty that you’ll want to hear over and over again.”  Witness it live at the band’s just-announced record release show on February 10th at Park Church Co-Op, where they’ll be playing alongside Modern Sky favorites Cotillion and Navy Gangs.

Wanting Brings New LP ‘LLL’ On Tour

This February, Vancouver-based, multi-platinum selling artist Wanting will bring her new album 'LLL' ('Love Loss Latitude') on the road in North America. Produced by Justin Gray (John Legend, Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, Joss Stone), the full length released via Nettwerk Records last fall. The tour kicks off on February 18th in Eugene, Oregon at HiFi Music Hall and concludes on March 3rd at Toronto's Opera House. Tickets on sale now!

Breanna Barbara Releases Song With Tricky

Premiering on Paste Magazine, Breanna Barbara reworked Tricky’s “When We Die” with a haunting new take recorded in Rockaway Beach that sees an eerie collusion of both artists’ styles.  The new version of the track sees Barbara holding true to her “signature reverb-drenched sound” (Paste), while  Brooklyn Vegan noted that “her smoky, rock noir style is a perfect match for Tricky” in their review of her tour with the trip-hop vet this past October.  Barbara is in the studio recording the follow-up to 2016's ‘Mirage Dreams,’ so expect more of the unexpected from this shape-shifting, enigmatic artist.

TIZZY T. Drops New Single “Want You To Stay”

MDSK signee and rapper and producer Tizzy T dropped the new track “Want You To Stay” Featuring Jony J as part of the soundtrack for upcoming film ‘Youth,’ directed by renowned director Feng Xiaogang.  “Want You To Stay” showcases the young prodigy’s handle on this generation’s hiphop culture, reinterpreting influences of 70s/80s China into expressive verses that resonate anywhere.  Keep a look out for this jack-of-all-trades’ signature style to continue to make a global impact with plans to tour through 2018.

The New Yorker Shouts Out Habibi’s Baby’s All Right Sold Out Show

For their first headlining performance in four years, Habibi performed to a fired up sold-out crowd at Baby's All Right. Ahead of the show, The New Yorker shout out Habibi’s “Colgate-white glisten of sixties girl-group pop, with [an] uncensored edge of flower-gal liberation” in their “What We’re Listening to this Week” November column.  The profile called the band’s music “what Lana Del Rey has always wanted to sing," setting a high bar for upcoming EP ‘Cardamom Garden,' out March 2nd of next year.

RE- TROS “Exceptional” Performance On Depeche Mode Tour

Re-TROS bring the dramatically engaging, textured synths of 2017s ‘Before the Applause’ to stadium audiences as main support for Depeche Mode’s European tour.  Counteract Magazine called their UK performance “something exceptional,” adding to the band’s crossover appeal as one of China’s brightest rising stars across the globe.