A weekend of amazing music awaits with Ithaca Underground’s November series

Ithaca Underground’s November Music Series kicks off tomorrow with three days of independent and underground music acts. The shows are in conjunction with the Ithaca Fantastik Film Fest, and take place at the Community School of Music and Arts.

Powerdove, appearing Thursday as part of the IU series. Photo provided.

Powerdove, appearing Thursday as part of the IU series. Photo provided.

The music series runs November 10-12 in the CSMA’s Martha Hamblin Hall event space, starting with Thursday night’s show featuring ’70s-progressive-folk act Powerdove, Obody, and Red Sled Choir. It’s a 7pm show, with tickets available for just $7. Red Sled Choir opens the show, which also includes a record release show from Obody, based in both Ithaca and Rochester.

Friday night brings Cleveland-based noise-rock act Obnox, the Ithaca debut of Dreamcrusher’s “nihilist queer revolt musik,” and a record release show for upstate psych/kraut rock guru’s 100% Black.

Jeff Rosenstock returns to Ithaca with a full band for Saturday night’s show, along with Hard Girls, Katie Ellen, and Viva Mayhem.

Find out more at ithacaunderground.org or just head to CSMA any of the next three nights.

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