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Must see: M.I.A. and Solange At Webster Hall

Must See!

Must See!

I’ve seen both M.I.A. and Solange in the immediate past. Solange blew both Vampire weekend on one side and Sky Ferreira on the other, miles off stage at Barclay Center and M.I.A. gave a superb performance at T5, able to warm up even the lamest of rock venues.

But the chance to see the two women, on the same stage, for the same $45, in a club the size of Webster makes another viewing an absolute must. On a Saturday as well, May 10, as Spring has sprung at Webster Hall: the very definition of a must see is two great performers in a small club.

Solange has been an almost disappointment to me over the last couple of years, her first album took forever to drop and when it did there was way too much of Blood Orange or maybe not enough. Either way, it took her thunder. But her opening slot for Vampire weekend was excellent.

Much better is M.I.A. who is simply the best female EDM artist out there, she is better than Katy, Stefani and Madonna combined and she has the albums, if not the sales, to prove it. Plus, stuck between starvation and salvation, she is the most fascinating singer songwriter out there and… she is excellent live.

On Saturday May 10 th at Webster hall you can check em both out and absolutely should do so. A must must must see.

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