Millennial music-makers rule the stage at Rock City Café, 316 Main St., the second weekend of August. Live music will be presented Friday and Saturday, Aug. 12 and 13, from 7 to 9 p.m.

On Friday, the local Barbour Clarke Duo performs two-guitar jazz instrumentals. Cole Barbour and Aaron Clarke have been making music together in various idioms for more than eight years now. Although they perform some traditional jazz standards, they have added much more original music to their repertoire.

Saturday evening will showcase Pandfan, an indie-folk trio from the New York/Long Island metro area. Inspired by the haunting harmonies of bands such as Fleet Foxes and First Aid Kit; and finding kindred spirit in the complex and detailed production of bands such as The Decemberists and Lord Huron, Pandafan mixes influences ranging from the Carter Family to Radiohead. The versatile musicians are as comfortable in an intimate setting with just voices and instruments as they are in a festival or theater setting, with full electric and full band.

Grace DeNatale is a classically trained violinist with an innate ability to sing and write complex lyrics. Delaney Hafener is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and songwriter who began writing and recording at age 13. Stella Emmett is a world-traveled soulful songwriter with a smooth voice. All are students are at SUNY Purchase.

Food is available until closing. For more information on these and other events happening at the coffeebar/cafe, call 594-4123 or find it on Facebook.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or