Posted in To Do | music on July 17, 2009

Dead Weather @ Home Sweet Home (more by Ryan Muir)
Dead Weather

tonight in NYC
* DANCE
* Cheveu @ Silent Barn
* Paul McCartney @ Citi Field
* Metropolitan Opera @ Crotona Park
* Abe Vigoda, Grooms @ Whitney Museum
* New York Philharmonic @ Central Park
* Gabriel Kahane @ Rockwood Music Hall
* Cinema 16 w/ Nathan Whipple @ Starr Space
* Superchunk, Versus @ South Street Seaport
* Christina Courtin, Aerial East @ 92YTribeca
* Died Young, Stayed Pretty (film) @ IFC Center
* Grand Duchy, The Bunnies, Demander @ Maxwell's
* Frightened Rabbit, Oxford Collapse @ Maxwell's
* C. Spencer Yeh, John Wiese @ Issue Project Room
* The Dead Weather, Screaming Females @ Terminal 5
* Mannequin Men, Davila 666, The Back CC's @ Southpaw
* Andrew D'Angelo's Gay Disco Trio @ Cornelia St. Cafe
* Freedom Party NYC w/ Little Dragon @ (Le) Poisson Rouge
* Savoir Adore, Acrylics, Love Like Deloreans @ The Cameo
* Midsummer Night Swing w/ Ponderosa Stomp @ Lincoln Center
* Metal Mountains, Son of Earth, Spectre Folk @ Market Hotel
* LA Riots, Wolfgang Gartiner, Nick Catchdubs @ Webster Hall
* The End (film), Midnight Masses @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Abe Vigoda, Talbot Tagora, Dinowalrus, Men & Women @ Cake Shop
* Kurt Vile & the Violators, Blues Control, Coconuts @ Bruar Falls
* JEFF the Brotherhood, and many other bands @ Dead Herring
* Celebrate Brooklyn w/ Robert Cray, The Sweet Divines @ Prospect Park
* Eyes of Noctum, Malkuth, Shot Heard Around The World @ Studio at Webster Hall
* Died Young, Stayed Pretty after-party w/ BM Linx, Hypernova @ 92YTribeca
* The Spinto Band, Big Band TV, And The Moneynotes, The Swims @ Mercury Lounge
* JEFF the Brotherhood, Narwhalz of Sound, Michael Jordan, others @ Death By Audio
* Cherie Lily, Tatisha Busay, Bad Brilliance, House of Ladosha, DJ Andrew WK @ Santos

Free outdoor music tonight includes a Celebrate Brooklyn show with Robert Cray and The Sweet Divines at Prospect Park, Metropolitan Opera in the Bronx's Crotona Park and Superchunk and Versus at South Street Seaport.

Two bands from Siren Fest, one of several free-music events this weekend, play Maxwell's tonight. Frightened Rabbit and Oxford Collapse (in their second to last show) play an early. Frank Black's Grand Duchy headline the late show.

Paul McCartney is playing another outdoor show tonight, at Citi Field.

Abe Vigoda and Grooms play the Whitney Museum's Dan Graham series tonight. Abe Vigoda are on tour with Talbot Tagora. They'll both appear at Cake Shop later the same night, and Monster Island Market Hotel tomorrow.

The Dead Weather play their second and last night at Terminal 5 with Screaming Females. They are also on Jimmy Fallon tonight.

Kurt Vile & the Violators (who just played Woodsist Fest a couple weeks ago) and Blues Control (who have a new album out) play Bruar Falls with Coconuts.

It's the second night of the Ponderosa Stomp at the Lincoln Center's Midsummer Night Swing. Tonight they host a rockabilly-themed lineup.

Gabriel Kahane, who had a residency at Rockwood last month, returns for a show tonight.

Movies tonight include the NY premiere of rock-poster doc Died Young, Stayed Pretty at IFC Center (with an afterparty at 92YTribeca), a screening of The End at MHOW with a set by Midnight Masses, and Cinema 16, which brings "experimental dixieland piano player" Nathan Whipple to accompany a lineup of silent films at the Starr Space.

The Mannequin Men/Davila 666 tour visits Southpaw with The Back CC's opening.

Freedom Party NYC features Little Dragon at (Le) Poisson Rouge tonight. Or catch Little Dragon tomorrow with Q-Tip for free in Central Park.

Grizzly Bear, whose member Ed Droste just guested with Wilco in Coney Island (and rode the Cyclone with Feist), was on Letterman last night performing "Ready, Able." That video, below.

Andrew WK will be DJing at Santos as Cherie Lily headlines a bill of dance-ready acts. Check out Andrew, a frequent guest on Fox News' Red Eye, in a clip from that show, below.

Passion Pit has a new video. Watch it below...

What else?

Grizzly Bear - "Ready, Able" on Letterman 7/16

Red Eye: Andrew WK is questioned.

Passion Pit | To Kingdom Come

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Comments (16)

Superchunk! Going to get hammered listen to some pop punk and forget this NIN ticket debacle.

Posted by noamjamski | July 17, 2009 5:50 PM

i'm gonna get all downed out and hit the hookah joints on steinway.

Posted by Anonymous | July 17, 2009 5:51 PM

pitchfork festival live on the web:
http://www.pitchforkmusicfestival.com/?launchPlayer=true

Posted by texastab | July 17, 2009 6:00 PM

Mondo Indie Dance Party @ Don Hill's

Indie Rock - Northern Soul - Swedish Pop - Local Faves - Fist Up Anthems

Best music.

Big fun.

No attitude.

Cute folks.

511 Greenwich Street (at Spring St)


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FREE from 11-Midnight

$5 Cover - $3 reduced with flyer or invitation After
21 and over
11:00 pm to 4 am

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Posted by Anonymous | July 17, 2009 6:09 PM

"pitchfork festival live on the web:"

thanks for the reminder!
http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2009/07/pitchfork_festi.html

Posted by brooklynvegan | July 17, 2009 6:13 PM

So did anyone actually get NIN tickets?

I only got as far as the ticket page.
The website is still buggy as hell.

Posted by Anonymous | July 17, 2009 6:13 PM

whoops...thanks!

Posted by Anonymous | July 17, 2009 6:57 PM

RIP Walter Cronkite :(

Posted by Anonymous | July 17, 2009 8:44 PM

Show at the Seaport... early contender for show of the summer. Unreal.

Posted by Anonymous | July 17, 2009 9:08 PM

I got to sss at 7 16. How much of versus did I miss? Did they start at 7 on the dot?

Posted by Anonymous | July 17, 2009 9:38 PM

Vid of Superchunk playing "The First Part: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVtJhXZw6Hs

Posted by Anonymous | July 18, 2009 12:31 AM

9:38, Versus started between 7:05 and 7:10. Believe me, you didn't miss much except a bored crowd.

Posted by Anonymous | July 18, 2009 2:11 AM

Superchunk were awesome. I couldn't believe how much energy they had onstage. But Versus were good too.

Posted by Anonymous | July 18, 2009 9:21 AM

I thought Versus were great. Looking forward to the new record. The new songs were amazing.

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