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Xenia Rubinos/The Katy 

When: Sun., Sept. 4, 8:30 p.m. 2016
Price: $10 ADV, $12 DOS
When recording her new album Black Terry Cat, singer-songwriter Xenia Rubinos and longtime drummer Marco Buccelli, who produced the album, put in some long hours. Along with engineer Jeremy Loucas, the three worked an average of 16 to 17 hours a day for five months to complete the disc named after “a giant black scraggly cat” that surprised Rubinos one night at her Brooklyn home. The talented Rubinos effortlessly shifts from R&B to hip-hop and jazz. NPR appropriately included the record in its “Top 30 Favorite Albums of the Year So Far” and the infectious song “Mexican Chef” might be one of the year’s best singles. (Niesel)


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