Afterglow Festival


Starsky + Cox

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Starsky + Cox

Ruby Rose Fox

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Boston based artist Ruby Rose Fox is the perfect cultural messenger of our times. Her music is as sonically compelling as it is subversive, packed with lyrics that reflect and challenge our current political state, from #metoo, to the mass shooting crisis. Part actress, director, and writer, Fox has never shied away from new endeavors. […]

Enid Ellen

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Giving a voice to Mother Nature, Enid Ellen is David Mramor, a poet in platform boots, and singer/songwriter Greg Potter. Together, they have enchanted audiences with their stimulating lyrics and soaring melodies. They have been featured in Billboard, Teen Vogue, World of Wonder, the debut issue of the UK magazine “Out There” and was named […]

The Illustrious Blacks

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Once upon a time in a galaxy not far away, there lived two kings. Each was the ruler of his own deliciously glorious planet. The first king, Manchildblack, was well known throughout the cosmos for his ethereal vocals, celestial sonics and earthy musical messages. The other king, Monstah Black, was a star in the solar […]

Anne Stott

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Anne Stott is an actor, indie rock singer/songwriter and political instigator. Her latest album, Love Never Dies, was called “a stunner” and played on radio stations all over the country peaking at #19 on the Relix Magazine/Jambands radio chart. Stott has appeared in short films and theatrical productions including Jack/Ernest in The Importance of Being Earnest (Provincetown Theater, […]

Carol Lipnik

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Carol Lipnik – the spellbinding, wistfully-humorous singer and songwriter called an “ethereal vocal phenomenon” by The New York Times and hailed by The Village Voice as an “alt-cabaret star whose phenomenal four-octave range conveys everything from dark and delusional Alice in Wonderland mushroom fantasies to face-in-the-sidewalk security-state concerns” is the artist in residence at the […]

Dan Fishback

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Dan Fishback writes tiny songs and enormous plays. His musical The Material World was called one of the Top Ten Plays of 2012 by Time Out New York. His play You Will Experience Silence was called “sassier and more fun than Angels in America” by the Village Voice. Fishback has released several albums and toured Europe and North America, both […]

Joey Arias

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A fixture of New York City’s vibrant downtown performance scene for 30-plus years, Joey Arias is a bona fide NYC icon. In 2012 he appeared in a headlining solo concert at Central Park SummerStage and played the Southbank Centre in London as part of the Antony Hagerty-curated Meltodwn Festival. Then in October Z Chromosome, a short film starring […]

Tammy Faye Starlite

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Tammy Lang a/k/a Tammy Faye Starlite has come to be one of the brightest stars in the Downtown New York scene.  The always peripatetic Tammy maintains a busy schedule of performances, guest appearances and benefits, not only in Manhattan but around the country with appearances in LA, Palm Springs, Chicago, St Louis, Pittsburgh as well […]

Martha Graham Cracker

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Hailing from the City of Brotherly Love and a regular at Joe’s Pub, Martha Graham Cracker is the tallest, hairiest drag queen in the world.  Her monthly cabaret series at L’Etage in Philadelphia has been running for over 12 years now.  From inventing a new form of exercise– bartop Pilates– to channeling Chaka Khan, to making her shameless sexual advances […]