When Brooklyn based Josiah Wise performs live he sets up a shrine onstage. You can expect to see black Cabbage Patch Dolls and other figures resting on the edge of his keyboard and patches of fabric hanging from his tables as he spends his set alternating between playing the keys and twirling around the stage. It’s such a joyful show.

After his breakout 2016 EP, blisters – produced with Björk’s collaborator The Haxan Cloak – last year’s debut album, soil, took full advantage of his ecstatic, one-of-a-kind voice. His songs deal with heartbreak and the nuances of being queer and in love, over grandiose, dramatic compositions. Get ready for a unique show.