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10Nov
Jordan Rakei
7:00 PM - 11:59 PM The Bowery Ballroom
Date: November 10, 2019 to November 10, 2019
Where: The Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St., New York, New York, United States, 10002
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Concerts & Music
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On the 14th June Jordan Rakei will release his new album Origin on Ninja Tune. It includes new singles Say Something and Minds Eye, and is overtly inspired by dystopian visions of our future, with many of the album lyrics exploring technological growth, and how it affects our sense of humanity.With a fistful of highly praised releases under his belt and a timeless soulful, jazz and hip-hop driven sound, the 26 year-old multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer is a rare talent. Born in a quiet town in New Zealand, Jordan moved to Australia at the age of three, spending most of his childhood in Brisbane. In 2014, his Groove Curse EP garnered strong support from North America and Europe, coaxing Jordan to make the 10,000 mile journey to live in London. He quickly made a name for himself in the UK lending vocals to Disclosures 2015 album Caracal. It was 2016s self-released debut album Cloak that proved he was an artist ready and able to make huge waves with his own sound though. He went on to sign with independent label Ninja Tune, releasing his second LP Wallflower in 2017, followed by the single Wildfire a year later. Acclaimed by the likes of The FADER, Evening Standard and Mixmag, he has clocked up over 100m Spotify streams, been voted as the #2 Album of the Year at Gilles Petersons Worldwide Awards, had four singles included on the BBC 6 Music playlist, and performed live at BBCs legendary Maida Vale studios with Moses Boyd, Joe Armon-Jones, Oscar Jerome and Binker Golding for BBC 1Xtra, as well as support from BBC R1s Annie Mac, Phil Taggart and 1Xtras Mistajam and Jamz Supernova, plus NPR, KCRW MBE, COLORS Berlin and Boiler Room. Jordans time in London has also drawn him into a network of like-minded individuals, forming friendships that have spawned many professional collaborations. He is part of the Are We Live crew with Tom Misch, Barney Artist and Alfa Mist (with whom he shares a studio), who put on gigs, record podcasts and make music together and J
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