The New Deal will be performing at the Water Street Music Hall in Rochester on Thursday, Nov. 13.

The New Deal sound, a revolutionary fusion of electronic beats and rhythms with the instrumental improvisation of jam bands, has taken Canada and the northeastern United States by storm from dance clubs to festivals such as Bonaroo and Detroit Electronic Music Festival.

The New Deal is on tour promoting their new studio album “Gone Gone Gone,” the second studio release since the group’s inception in Toronto in 1999.

Consisting of Jamie Shields, Dan Kurtz, and Darren Shearer, the New Deal leaves audiences mesmerized. The show starts at 8:30 p.m. and tickets are general admission $15 with an under 21 surcharge. For more information see www.thenewdeal.com.

Schloss can be reached at aschloss@campustimes.org.



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