Raia Was

With Sir Cadian Rhythm and Twiceyoung

Sunday, March 25th, 2018

Rough Trade NYC

Doors 7:00pm
On-stage 8:00pm
Tickets available

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Tickets $10 advance, $12 day of show

Ages 21 & Over

A Bowery Presents Event

Raia Was

"Alluringly sensual…both intimate and majestic."- BlackBook

Raia Was performs a controlled suite of electronic music that circles the comforts and failures of memory, the destructive and regenerative force of relationships, the purification of solitude–– a rare brooding intensity and haunting sense of color and space set amidst artists like Banks, Portishead and James Blake.

Debut LP produced in collaboration with Autre Ne Veut, due out in 2018.

Sir Cadian Rhythm

Based out of the concrete jungle that is NYC, Sir Cadian Rhythm is an eclectic rock band known for their captivating live performance and infectious melodies. The bands unique sonic blend, which teeters on the edge of pop and alternative rock, is the result of each member coming from different musical upbringings ranging from musical theater to horn-laden funk to psychedelic rock music. Since their formation in 2015, the band has gone on to perform all over the east coast opening for national acts including Andy Grammer, Blues Traveler, The Robert Randolph Band, and The Record Company. Their highly touted single, “Not Quite Done Yet”, went viral on social media platforms and has accumulated close to a half a million streams on Spotify since its release. The hit song was featured in the video game "Nascar Heat 2” this past fall. The bands song “Run Around Town” was also featured in the film “Back in the Day” starring Alec Baldwin. Be sure to catch Sir Cadian Rhythm at SXSW this March.


Much like their name might suggest, Twiceyoung are a dichotomy - a potent blend of juxtaposing aesthetics, connected by a singular numbing nostalgia that breathes a new light on soaring indie pop. With a flagrant nod to their emphatic punk influences, the two-piece combine hopeful and heartfelt lyrics with electronica stylings of contemporary pop artists to create an honest and unique sound all of their own.

“...destined to be a cult sensation, if not something bigger.
— Entertainment Weekly