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Ki Smith Gallery Showcase
Ki Smith Gallery Showcase

Sat, Jul 06

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Ki Smith Gallery

Ki Smith Gallery Showcase

Ki Smith Gallery Showcase has teamed up with still/moving.co for a special showcase of our favorite rising stars.

Time & Location

Jul 06, 2024, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Ki Smith Gallery, 170 Forsyth St, New York, NY 10002, USA

About the event

Latin pop trailblazer Lesly Reynaga’s dazzling debut album “Valerosa” captures a unique, modern, mariachi-influenced pop sound that has made waves from Austin City Limits Music Festival to Lollapalooza. The Mexican-born, Texas-based artist is making a striking first impression as a “one-of-a-kind” artist, claims Stax Records/Motown legend Al Bell, while earning the reputation of an artist with the potential to be a breakout star.

Raised by Colombian parents in the eccentric, warm, and care-free city of Miami, Dani Murcia is now expanding her artistry in the more cold and sped up city of New York, all which has helped shape her distinctive soundscape. After losing her father to alcoholism and suicide, Murcia made it her goal to share her stories and innermost dialogues to offer an achingly honest perspective into the journey through grief and loss. With each song, Murcia creates unique worlds through lush harmonies and haunting melodies, in an attempt to stimulate curiosity and open conversation about topics often stigmatized. Murcia covers these subjects in her last project 'Breaking Light’, which was recorded and released in March 2019 while attending Berklee College of Music. She co-produced all five songs with Koa Ho of Shenzi. She is also part of a women-run collective, Her Songs, that she co-created alongside four other artists from around the world: Marie Dahlstrom, Emily C. Browning, The Naked Eye and Emmavie. Their projects “Los Angeles” and “Toronto” Vol 1 and 2 are available on all streaming platforms. 

Justo Ontario has a voice that’s both strong and vulnerable. His low croon glides over top of every track, leaving every listener with a deeply embedded feeling of satisfaction. This combined with mellow beats & easy transitions, easily give’s Justo the ability to reach everyone from the [anti-mainstream music] coffee-shop hipsters to the radio programmed music-heads.

Tickets

  • Ticket

    $25.00
    +$0.63 service fee

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$0.00

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