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8:00 PM - 11:59 PM The Bowery Ballroom
Date: December 15, 2018 to December 15, 2018
Where: The Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St., New York, New York, United States, 10002
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Event Type: Concerts & Music
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Robin Skinner makes music by himself, in his bedroom, but his songs belong to the world.As the son of a professional flautist and Cambridge Universitys director of music, the 19-year-old UK singer/songwriterwhos performed under the name CAVETOWN since 2013has musical talent literally embedded in his DNA. But all that underlying musical theory is nothing without the raw emotional underpinnings that can take a song from technically proficient to transformatively powerful. Marrying the two is what makes Cavetown so captivating and emotionally resonant with fans. They see themselves in Skinners music: tales of love and loss, of yearning to make sense of life and all the feelings that go along with it. For three minutes at a time, listeners feel less alone inside his songs, finding comfort in times of chaos and confusion.Cavetowns fourth album, LEMON BOY, puts Skinners effortless, bright melodies and economic songwriting on full display. From the looping folk-pop title track (with an inventive music video thats racked up 1.2 million YouTube views) to the uke-meets-electronica Fool and jazzy 888, its an intimate, calming collection that displays a songwriting craft far beyond his years. Most importantly, its from the heart.I speak about very genuine things and very personal things that I personally find hard to say, Skinner explains. Thats why I write a song about it. I think people relate to that: Sometimes they cant put things into words, but when they hear a song about it, they can point to that.Music is how Skinner copes with the challenges of the world, a way to funnel his frustrations into a healthy output. But hes also determined to connect with listeners any way he can, including through his prolific YouTube presence: Some 300,000 subscribers have made his videosfrom covers of songs by artists like Twenty One Pilots and Ed Sheeran to clips showcasing his petsappointment viewing, to the tune of more than 10 million views.Its all an extension of the songwriter who d
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