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New Ear Festival: Saturday, January 6
New Ear Festival: Saturday, January 6

Sat, Jan 06


New York

New Ear Festival: Saturday, January 6

Join us for the seventh iteration of Fridman Gallery's New Ear Festival. The second night of the festival, curated by Still/Moving features Bilal, Pink Siifu, and T'nah.

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Jan 06, 2024, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

New York, 169 Bowery, New York, NY 10002, USA

About the Event


If there was one R&B artist for whom the neo-soul categorization seemed limiting, it was Philadelphia native Bilal. Grenique's Black Butterfly, a 1999 release on Motown, was the first major album to feature Bilal's vocals; he contributed to three songs. The following year, he established a deep connection to hip-hop by appearing on Common's Like Water for Chocolate and Guru's third Jazzmatazz album. These recordings led him into the Soulquarians, a rotating collective of collaborators who included Common, Jay Dee (aka J Dilla), the Roots' Ahmir Thompson, D'Angelo, Erykah Badu, Mos Def, Q-Tip, and Raphael Saadiq within its ranks.

Pink Siifu

Shifting between styles with deftness, Alabama's elusive Pink Siifu found underground success in the late 2010s with his experimental blend of genres. Piecing together aspects of his wide-ranging influences, the prolific rapper/singer and producer built an extensive catalog during the 2010s, releasing a total of 46 EPs, albums, and mixtapes throughout the decade. Siifu has been no less busy in the 2020s with projects such as Negro (2020), Gumbo'! (2021), and Real Bad Flights (2022) expanding his body of work.


T’nah, a Brooklyn-based artist, blends urban influence with soulful sounds. Her raw voice, and mix of vintage soul with modern edge, sets her apart in the music scene. T’nah’s commitment to authenticity ensures she’s one to watch in soul-infused hip-hop.

She is known for her authentic & evocative vocals and profound lyrics. Her urban influence blends seamlessly with an undeniable soulful sound, creating a unique genre-bending experience.


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