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Published: 2012/11/20

Tauk to Play Sandy Relief Show in Brooklyn

Brooklyn-based funk/jazz quartet Tauk will play a benefit for Hurricane Sandy relief at Spike Hill in Brooklyn on Saturday, November 24. The show is free but all of the money that is donated at the event will be matched by sponsors and given to families who lost their homes in the storm. All Hands Volunteers will also be on hand running a coat drive for the Red Cross, and anyone who donates $10 or brings jacket will receive a free beer in addition to several hours of free music. The show starts at 8pm, with EfraimEfraim, Ishmael and The Brighton Beat all playing opening sets. Tauk will take the stage at 11pm. For more information, check out Facebook event page. For those unfamiliar with Tauk’s music, check out a stripped down version of their original tune “Districts” from their recent visit to the Relix boiler room.

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