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Philip Gayle: The Mommy Row

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Experimental music has always been something of a risky venture. The general public is rarely ready for what the avant-garde has to offer--and it often takes years, even decades for genius to be recognized and snatched from the jaws of obscurity. Luckily, New York has always had a place in its heart for the searching musician. The Downtown music scene was built on that affinity, and clubs like Barbès and the Stone, as well as the Downtown Music Gallery record ...


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