Jupiter Nights: NKODIA/RAGER/Charlotte Jacobs

June 15



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 – returns for a night of innovative, textured, soulful avant-pop and R&B with NKODIA (Hudson, NY), RAGER (Hudson, NY) and Charlotte Jacobs (Brooklyn, NY).


~*NKODIA ~Nkoula Badila is a Multidisciplinary Creator based in Hudson New York. Her music gains  much influence and inspiration  from her upbringing , doing Traditional Kongolese drumming and dance in her family Dance troup Diata Diata. She also gained much experience  touring with the Cosmic soul Band “Lady Moon And The Eclipse” Theater and the arts are woven into all that she does. NKODIA also has her own jewelry line, creating custom beaded Medicine pieces wich are available online (www.nkodia.art) or after the show! NKODIA’s latest work is her self made album titled  “NZODIAK” released in early July. The Album was made in honor of Zodiac lessons she received throughout the year, universal connections and messages . “I hope to share how much medicine each month holds, its gifts and  Astral powers!” NKODIA has  written/composed/mixed/and produced the whole  album herself. It is available on all platforms for you to enjoy!


RAGER rages <3

Charlotte Jacobs

Brooklyn-by-Belgium vocalist Charlotte Jacobs transposes her world into music. Sights, movements, sounds and places coalesce, reflecting the artist’s surroundings in lush electronic unison. Born and raised in her parents’ art gallery in a small village in the Flanders countryside, Jacobs’ dense avant-pop arrangements pull influence from visual art, poetry and contemporary dance, converting one artistic medium into another. After spending several years performing in Belgian electronic trio SEIREN while studying jazz vocals at The Royal Conservatory of Ghent, Jacobs began writing her own material, experimenting with vocal manipulation and unorthodox song structure.