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Music from Marcata
June 16. Run by ace engineer Kevin McMahon, Gardiner studio Marcata Recording has been responsible for acclaimed albums by national acts (Walkmen, Titus Andronicus, Swans). But McMahon is also big on the local love, and has thusly assembled this evening of up-and-coming Hudson Valley alternative bands he’s nurturing—Battle Ave., SuddenLand, Breakfast in Fur, and My Other Friend—at Market Market café. The stars of tomorrow, here today. (Joshua Sanders sings June 9; Blue Doll, formerly Perrotta, plays July 1.) 8pm. Donation requested. Rosendale. (845) 658-3164;

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