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L to R: Alfredo Colon, Steve Williams, Andres Valbuena, and Edward Gavitt. Photo courtesy of the artist.

This Thursday, August 1, The Jazz Gallery is pleased to welcome Secret Mall back to our stage for two sets. Two years ago, the collective made a splash with their self-released debut YeEP, mining meme culture and contemporary electronic music styles like vaporwave to find raw materials for their original compositions. Since then, the band has played at the Gallery regularly and been written up in the New Yorker.

Their show this week celebrates the release of their first full-length album, System32. In addition to further honing their atmospheric group sound, Secret Mall opens space for new collaborators on the album, including bassist Chris Morrissey and vibraphonist Joel Ross. Before joining the record release party at the Gallery on Thursday, check out the track “Dubai” from the album, below.

Secret Mall celebrates the release of System32 at The Jazz Gallery on Thursday, August 1, 2019. The group features Alfredo Colon on EWI, Edward Gavitt on guitar, Steve Williams on bass, and Andres Valbuena on drums. Sets are at 7:30 and 9:30 P.M. $15 general admission ($10 for members), $20 reserved table seating ($15 for members) for each set. FREE for SummerPass holders. Purchase tickets here.