“We’re witnessing the end of Williamsburg right here, right now,” Maria Minerva told 285 Kent last month, at what was rumored to be the Brooklyn art space’s last show ever. So it’s oddly fitting that the 25-year-old Estonian electronic songwriter will play her very next show in Manhattan. Minerva, who lived in London before making New York her home last year, released her “Bless EP” in 2013 after several records with LA experimental label Not Not Fun and its dance-focused imprint 100% Silk; this month, she has a collaborative EP with Estonian producer Ajukaja out on Porridge Bullet/Pudru Kuul. On Friday, Minerva is joined by Lyons, France-based avant-pop songwriter Lia Mice.
Fri., Jan. 31, 7:30 p.m., 2014
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