In 2016, Chronogram profiled indie rock sensations And the Kids for our August issue. Since then, the Northampton, Massachusetts, band has expanded from a trio to a quartet and has just released its third album, When This Life is Over. On May 5 at 7:30pm, the band returns to their traditional Kingston haunt BSP with all-sisters, Halifax-by-way-of-Brooklyn alt-poppers TEEN.
And the Kids
- Courtney Chavanell
- And the Kids
Farm & Flea at Basilica Hudson
Argentinian acoustic quartet Che Apalache call their music, a blend of South American folk styles and bluegrass, “Latingrass.” Discovered and produced by famed banjo player Bela Fleck, the group has been featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered” and toured the US three times in 2018. This year, they’re back for three more tours and will appear at Daryl’s House in Pawling on May 8 at 7pm.
Marinna Rothen’s “Mail Order” in Hurley
Every year, Dutchess County’s Common Ground Farm holds a one-day plant sale for Hudson Valley residents to purchase vegetables, herbs, and flower plants. This year, the much-anticipated event takes place on May 11 at the corner of Cross and Main streets in Beacon (rain location: Beacon Yoga Center on Main Street). All seedlings are started from seed in the farm’s greenhouse in organic potting soil and are not sprayed or treated with chemicals.