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Grouplove Will Play Terminal 5, but Planned Live Stream Is Canceled

November 1st, 2012

Friday night’s Grouplove show at Terminal 5 remains on schedule, as planned, but due to Hurricane Sandy’s massive impact on the New York City metro area, we regret to announce the performance will no longer stream live on The Bowery Presents Live channel on YouTube. Unfortunately, the staffing and technological infrastructure that’s necessary to produce the live stream cannot be assembled for Friday night’s show, given the severe and necessary restrictions on vehicular traffic and public transportation.

Tonight’s Squarepusher show at Terminal 5 is also going ahead, as planned. Music Hall of Williamsburg is completely open for business, featuring all scheduled shows.

For those planning to attend our venues and concerts in person, please travel safely. And follow @BoweryPresents on Twitter and facebook.com/bowerypresents for the most up-to-date concert info for all upcoming performances.


Squarepusher Returns Tonight

November 1st, 2012

For nearly two decades English electronic musician Tom Jenkinson has been creating experimental drum-and-bass music as Squarepusher. And despite making dance music, his jazz influences—he grew up listening to Miles Davis and Charlie Parker—are obvious in his work. Jenkinson quickly made the move from anonymity to big-time player with the release of several mid-’90s EPs and 1998’s Music Is Rotted One Note. Since then, Squarepusher (above, performing for the Creators Project) has been filling big rooms with dancing people. And following the arrival of his latest, Ufabulum, this past spring, Squarepusher and his amazing light show have returned to these shores to play for the first time in six years. So go see him tonight at Terminal 5.