News Big Red Machine announce LA show, 37d03d Brooklyn residency

Big Red Machine announce LA show, 37d03d Brooklyn residency

Aaron Dessner and Justin Vernon are keeping busy.

If The National releasing a new album in May wasn’t enough for Aaron Dessner, he and Justin Vernon are making their LA debut with Big Red Machine in April, before taking their 37d03d (“people”) project to Brooklyn in early May.

Big Red Machine will play the Hollywood Palladium on 28th April, with Leslie Feist and Kate Stables (This Is The Kit) featuring in their band, and Richard Reed Parry’s Quiet River of Dust in support.

37d03d will then spend a five-day residency at Brooklyn’s Pioneer Works creating works to be shared with the public on 3rd and 4th May, with Big Red Machine performing on 4th May.

Artists contributing include Sinkane, Boys Noize, Anaïs Mitchell and Kate Stables.

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