Location: Outside of the Tang
Free and open to the public
Sponsored by Skidmore College SEC
Join us on Friday, September 14, at 8:00 pm, for a free night of performances by Raveena and Fascinator! The evening is presented by Skidmore College Student Entertainment Council (SEC) and the Tang Teaching Museum. The show will be held outside of the Tang.
This event is free and open to the public and is sponsored by Skidmore College Student Entertainment Council.
“Contemporary R&B is flourishing in unimaginable ways right now. And after coming off an especially fruitful year, Indian-American singer Raveena Aurora hopes to keep the momentum going… Aurora’s 90’s-inspired discography has drawn comparisons to Sade and has been making its rounds online for a while, but in 2018, the singer is looking to double her output.” - NPR
“The Indian-American R&B singer is building a haven of self-love one song at a time.” - i-D
Fascinator is the experimental electronic music project of Australian musician Johnny Mackay. Drawing influences from artists like Connan Mockasin, Ariel Pink, Sebastien Tellier, Tonetta, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Beck, eclectic and experimental things like air guitars, kaftans, and disguises are all part of the whimsical mayhem of Fascinator.
“Audio-visually speaking, you couldn’t ask for more from the Internet.” - Noisey/Vice