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click to enlarge Blanck Mass plays Basilica Soundscape - on September 16 in Hudson.
  • Blanck Mass plays Basilica Soundscape on September 16 in Hudson.
September 15, 16, 17. This month, Basilica Hudson's renowned international festival of experimental music marks its fifth year at the architecturally magnificent former foundry. More names are being added as of this writing, but so far Soundscape 2017's lineup includes Bing & Ruth, Blanck Mass, Emel Mathlouthi, Jlin, John Maus, Moor Mothe, Priests, Protomartyr, Serpentwithfeet, Thou, Vivien Goldman, Yellow Eyes, Yvette, Yves Tumor, and Zola Jesus. The weekend also promises readings by writers Darcie Wilder, Eileen Myles, Patty Schemel (Basilica co-owner Melissa Auf der Maur's former Hole bandmate), Morgan Parker, and Amy Rose Spiegel; and visual art by Naama Tsabar, Emma Kohlmann, Marianne Vitale, and Jesse Draxler. See website for schedule. $30-$125. Hudson;

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