Future Teens, Photocomfort, Mandy Kessler, and Cornerscape are in the holiday spirit and teaming up to throw a concert benefiting Horizons for Homeless Children on Tuesday, December 18! Future Teens and Photocomfort will be playing acoustic-y sets at Spaceus from 7-9 PM. $10 suggested donation, with all proceeds to benefit Horizons for Homeless Children, a local organization providing early education and play space to homeless children.
Presented by Cornerscape in collaboration with Spaceus (20 Brattle Street, Harvard Sq).
Cornerscape is producing the second annual Allston-Brighton Winter Market! Come visit us at this free, four-day event featuring food, music, beer from Remnant Brewing, and crafts from over 20 local vendors!
Thursday, December 6: 4PM-8PM
Friday, December 7: 4PM-8PM
Saturday, December 8: 10AM-7PM
Sunday, December 9: 10AM-7PM
Cornerscape is hosting a write-a-thon at Spaceus in Harvard Square!
Writer’s block got you down? Come hang out with fellow creatives and collaborators for our first write-a-thon! We are offering a different prompt every 30 minutes during the event to encourage people to come on out and work on their songs/poetry and to meet other collaborators and creatives!
The inaugural Local Behavior Music Festival will bring together a thrilling lineup of womxn and nonbinary artists for a day of music, conversation, and collaboration across two stages on October 28, 2018 at City Winery Boston. Doors at 2, music starts at 3.
Billy Dean Thomas
Elizabeth and the Catapult
Rehanna Fernandes Nunez (of ZUMIX)
Liv Greene Music
Ari & Mia
The Wolff Sisters
Music on the Menu is a new event series that connects some of the Boston area’s most innovative chefs, farms, and culinary thinkers with locally-based musicians for evenings of dinner, music, and collaboration. Curated by Cornerscape, we are bringing the house concert out of the home and onto the farm to celebrate the things we love the most.
What does a ticket get you?
Dinner in a beautiful, historic barn on the nonprofit and constantly working Wright-Locke Farm. A discussion between the chef and musician about creativity, collaboration, and their different art forms. An intimate performance of insightful, beautifully-crafted songs by singer-songwriter Kaiti Jones. And of course, a unique night celebrating multiple art forms in a peaceful, stunning setting as the fall leaves begin to turn.
Join us at Wright-Locke Farm on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 for a very special iteration of Music On The Menu that is truly farm-to-table.
We'll be gathering at WeWork Central Square for live music, food & drink, and some fun to kick off our first year of Local Behavior! Featuring a performance by Hayley Sabella and another special artist TBA. It's pay-what-you-want, with all money raised going to artist fees at our October festival. We'd love to see you!
Local Calling: Boston Calling and Cornerscape Present Honeysuckle, Dietrich Strause + The Blue Ribbons, and Oompa
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Calling all friends old and new for Local Calling, a free showcase of Boston-based acts a few days ahead of Boston Calling Music Festival. Sponsored by Boston Calling and produced by Cornerscape, a local music event production company, this event is your chance to hear some incredible homegrown talent while they're in town. A huge thank you to one of our favorite venues, Lizard Lounge, for hosting!
Other highlights: A raffle with great prizes, all proceeds to benefit local music nonprofit The Record Co. Get your chance towin 2 passes to Boston Calling!
This concert is free and open to the public, but registration is required. This event is for ages 21+.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Honeysuckle is a progressive folk act that blends older influences and traditional instrumentation with modern effects and inspiration. Comprised of Holly McGarry, Benjamin Burns, and Chris Bloniarz, the trio can frequently be found performing in the Boston area and surrounding cities in the Northeast, playing alongside bands like Drive-By Truckers, The Ballroom Thieves, Boy & Bear, Sam Moss, The Western Den, The Novel Ideas, Shook Twins, John Craigie, Grey Season, Damn Tall Buildings and others. In 2015, Honeysuckle performed at Newport Folk Festival, was chosen as a Converse Rubber Tracks artist, and was nominated for Best Folk Artist of the Year, and Best Americana Artist of the Year at the annual Boston Music Awards. In 2016 the group played Lollapalooza on the Pepsi Stage as well as CMJ in New York City.They have also been nominated again for the categories Best Americana and Best Folk Artist at the 2016 Boston Music Awards, as well as new nominations, Americana/Roots Act Of The Year and Album Of The Year for Red Line Roots' 2016 Big Reds. As a recipient of Club Passim's Iguana Music Grant, Honeysuckle recently released a new full-length album on March 24th, 2016 to a sold out crowd at Club Passim. Also available is their debut EP, "Arrows," released on April 29th, 2015.
DIETRICH STRAUSE and THE BLUE RIBBONS
It's a classic love story. A young doe-eyed songwriter meets an avant-garde rock band. Such is the story of Dietrich Strause and The Blue Ribbons' collaboration, after meeting seven years ago sharing back-to-back Tuesday night residencies at a small rock club in Boston.
The Boston Globe has said The Blue Ribbons “combine upbeat disillusionment and celebratory fatalism with musicianship." An unlikely and exciting match for Dietrich Strause's meticulously crafted songs - which WBUR says are a mix of timeless melody, literate lyricism, and a "virtuosic command of imagery." Boston Music Award winning four piece The Blue Ribbons have a fearless sound; evolved over a decade of tirelessly and joyously playing bar rooms, clubs, and festivals. Their influences are rooted deeply in the jazz and rock and roll anti-traditions, described as “Ray Charles and Tom Waits on a pirate ship with Sun Ra and Captain Beefheart." In his eight years living in New England, Dietrich Strause has evolved in his own parallel way, from writing Appalachian nostalgia porn to mid-century modern pop rock. He has cut his teeth on the road supporting a wide range of artists from Anais Mitchell and Sarah Jarosz, to Gregory Alan Isakov and Lake Street Dive.
Oompa is a nationally-acclaimed, Boston-born poet, rapper, and educator, who is forever representing the queer, black, ophaned, hood kids and them.
Oompa is 2017 Women of the World Poetry Slam champion, and a finalist at the 2016 National Poetry Slam. She has been featured in Huffington Post, Boston Globe, Boston Herald, NPR Boston’s The ARTery, Vanyaland, among others.
Oompa's debut album, November 3rd, was named one of Dig Boston's Top 30 Local Albums of 2016 and one of Allston Pudding’s Favorite albums of 2016. With sounds often compared to that of Lauryn Hill and J. Cole, she was nominated for New Artist of the Year at the 2017 Boston Music Awards, is one of Boston Herald’s New Favorites of 2018, is currently working on her highly anticipated, second full-length album.
Music on the Menu is a new event series that connects some of the Boston area's most innovative chefs with locally-based musicians for evenings of dinner, music, and collaboration. Curated by Cornerscape, we are bringing the house concert out of the home and into the restaurant to celebrate the things we love the most.
What does a ticket get you?
Dinner and a show, and so much more. A multi-course dinnercreated especially for this event by Juliet chef Josh Lewin. An intimate performance of original folk-rock music by artistAurora Birch. A special conversation between musician and chef touching on their stories, the creative process, and overlaps in their art. And most importantly, a unique, one-night-only experience you won't soon forget.
Join us at Juliet at 8:00 PM on May 20, 2018 for the first, very special iteration of Music On The Menu in association with Bread + Salt Hospitality. We can't wait to see you there.