Jupiter Nights: Arone Dyer / Deerlady / Armbruster

August 8



At the Basilica Gallery Building 
110 South Front Street, Hudson, NY 12534 (right next to the main building on our campus)

Food by Local 111 | Art by Otto Ohle

$12 Advance / $15 Day-of-Show

$10 tickets available to Hudson locals. Email info@basilicahudson.org to get the code

JUPITER NIGHTS – Basilica’s summer series returns for its third year of unmissable live music, transformative art, ridiculously good food, and all the best of summer in the Hudson Valley.

Arone Dyer

Arone Dyer does a lot of things that don’t fit in tidy boxes. She produces sound as a vocalist, musician, composer & is a founding member of the uncategorical duo Buke and Gase & somewhat-hyper-pop duo Mistresses, as well as the producer of a roving, ever-evolving, non-static Dronechoir. oh yeah also voiceover work. Aaaand she teaches kids how to fix bicycles. and has a landscaping side-hustle. and probably other things. This performance is a paired-down recontemplation of the classical-tinged music from her most recent solo album, arone x s t a r g a z e, with multi-instrumentalist Matthew Schrieber (Hinterlands)


Performing as the shoegaze duo Deerlady, Mali Obomsawin and Magdalena Abrego are two improvising artists bonded in the language of experimentation. Their debut album Greatest Hits is a journey through songs penned by Obomsawin that explore decay and delicate moments – cradled by Abrego’s worldbuilding and evocative guitar playing. The band’s first single “There, There” premiered on the hit FX series Reservation Dogs in 2023, and the album, released the following January, has quickly won over audiences across Indian Country and the US. Described by NPR’s Lars Gotrich as a “headbang while you weep” experience, Deerlady is currently touring Greatest Hits throughout 2024.


Armbruster is a Troy-based electric violinist, fiddle player, and composer who is behind a multifaceted body of work exploring performance art, theatre, field recording, and dance. His recorded works include three instrumental albums, each reflecting the place in which they were made: Phonehenge (2018, Grafton state park), Masses (2022, St. Paul the Apostle), and Can I Sit Here (2024, a Troy apartment). Armbruster is also a member of Blue Ranger and performs with numerous other artists in the capital region.