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Brooke DiCaro stuns in first ever music video for new track “Blame”

Brooke DiCaro | via brookedicaro.bandcamp.com

It’s difficult to place singer-songwriter Brooke DiCaro into any one genre of music. Set in an abandoned train, her September-released music video for her latest single “Blame” captivates viewers with stunning visuals and cinematography. Adorned with a net veil partially covering her face, along with an entirely black outfit, DiCaro is the picture of mourning. Fittingly, the video is supposed to represent the death of a relationship. Featuring a lone young woman performing a interpretive dance inspired routine who appears to represent the broken relationship in a separate entity. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: PhillyBloco at World Cafe Live, Cuddle Magic at Rigby Mansion, Hollystock Festival in Mt. Holly, NJ

PhillyBloco
Photo via facebook.com/PhillyBloco

Brazilian dance group PhillyBloco are bringing the party to World Cafe Live tonight. Recently, the 20 piece band brought its signature blend of pop and samba to the Northern Liberties’ “Saturday in the Park” concert, and played an energetic Key Studio Session with a mix of new and old sounds. The Key’s Sameer Rao dug into the roots and formation of the band in an interview last year, which you can read here. Listen to “Fest Para Um Rei Negro” below . Get more info about the show at the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Jersey singer-songwriter Brooke DiCaro shines in Kettle Pot Tracks’ On The Hill Session

Photo by Mark Williams via facebook.com/brookedicaro
Photo by Mark Williams via facebook.com/brookedicaro

Newcomer Brooke DiCaro‘s heartfelt piano-driven balladry made its debut on her self-titled EP back in November and Kettle Pot Tracks recently captured her in action. A cross between Regina Spektor and Sara Bareilles, DiCaro’s storytelling is simple and emotive as her vocals soar over her piano melodies. Watch her perform “Consequences” below and get the entire session here.

Brooke DiCaro — Consequences from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.