Jupiter Nights: Chase Elodia’s Perennials/Overheard/here

June 22



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

Food by Local 111

$12 Advance / $15 Day-of-Show

Discount available to Hudson locals. Email info@basilicahudson.org to get the code

Jupiter Nights – Basilica Hudson’s summer series of art/music events in our Gallery Building – features the intricate, melodic jazz of Chase Elodia’s Perennials (NYC), the moody garage rock of Overheard (Kingston, NY), the tuned-in guitar songs of here (aka Samuel Johnson – Kingston, NY).

Chase Elodia’s Perennials

Chase Elodia’s Perennials is a Brooklyn-based ensemble. Their 2022 Biophilia Records release, Portrait Imperfect, was named one of the Best New Albums of 2022 by Downbeat Magazine, who awarded it 4.5 stars and hailed it as “artful” and “ambitious.” Founded in 2020, the band combines a collaborative and improvisational sensibility with an aesthetic orientation that has been nourished by singer-songwriters and electronic artists like Meshell Ndegeocello, Norma Winstone, and Becca Stevens.  Each member of the group is an exciting, emerging voice in the contemporary jazz scene in New York: Claire Dickson on Voice, Tyrone Allen on Bass, and Theo Walentiny on piano/keyboards, and Chase Elodia on drums.


Overheard’s offbeat brand of indie rock is both tender and frenetic. Weaving together elements of folk and grunge, their dynamic and melodic songs shift between delicate moments and knotty catharsis. Originating in the Hudson Valley, Overheard now has members in both Kingston and Brooklyn.

here (Samuel Johnson)

here’s ambient music represents a confluence of minimalism and post rock with a substantial influence of classical. The form of droning takes on a more tangible structure in each piece, which embodies an array of moods and nature scapes.