Posted in To Do | music on August 22, 2009

The Horrors @ Music Hall of Williamsburg in May (more by Zach Stern)
The Horrors

tonight in NYC
* DANCE
* Vulture Whale @ Pianos
* Helado Negro, Rad Unicorn @ The Jackson
* Impediments, Buzzer, Ex-Humans @ Don Pedro's
* The Drums, Joakim (DJ) @ Tribeca Grand Hotel
* Nine Inch Nails, The Horrors @ Bowery Ballroom
* All Star 34 Band Salute to John Hughes @ Cake Shop
* Warm Up w/ Talibam!, The Phenomenal Handclap Band @ PS1
* Palomar, Folklore, My Teenage Stride, Knight School @ Bruar Falls
* Nebula, The Entrance Band, Snake Sustaine Naam @ Santos Party House
* Roots of American Music w/ Lizz Wright, Allen Toussaint @ Damrosch Park
* Choo Choo La Rouge, Dump, Clint Michigan, Jennifer O'Connor @ Union Hall
* Willie Mae Rock Camp For Girls Showcase Concert @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* These Are Powers, Jessica Hopper, Katie Stelmanis @ Littlefield
* Real Estate, Air Waves, Ducktails, Family Portrait, Beach Fossils @ Market Hotel
* Roots of American Music: In The Spirit of Odetta w/ Ramblin' Jack Elliot, more @ Damrosch Park
* The Death Set, Team Robespierre, NinjaSonik, Juiceboxxx, Best Fwends, Cerebral Ballzy, So So Glos & Wild Yaks Over the Auto Parts Store

Lincoln Center Out of Doors Fest's closing weekend features the 26th Annual Roots of American Music Fest with an afternoon program of "In The Spirit of Odetta" that features Tommy Sands and Fionan and Moya, Calypso Rose, Ramblin' Jack Elliot and The Holmes Brothers. Then tonight, the Damrosch Park Bandshell hosts Lizz Wright and Allen Toussaint.

PS1's Warm Up brings Talibam! and The Phenomenal Handclap Band. And not surprisingly, TPHB have yet another new gig booked. They'll be opening for >Chromeo at their Irving Plaza show on October 16th.

Speaking of bands who get booked on a lot of good show, The Drums play with DJ Joakim at the Tribeca Grand Hotel

Nine Inch Nails kick off their short tour at Bowery Ballroom. People waited on line all night.

Littlefield hosts a party for The Girls Guide to Rocking with music from These Are Powers, Jessica Hopper, Katie Stelmanis, Ghost Bees and MNDR.

There's a mystery bill at the Cake Shop's All Star 34 Band Salute to John Hughes

Santos Party House hosts a heavy-rock lineup of Nebula, The Entrance Band, Snake Sustaine and Naam. You may have caught The Entrance Band when they opened for Sonic Youth. Speaking of Sonic Youth, they have a show coming up at Terminal 5.

There's two day-time marathon of shows at the Market Hotel and Above the Auto Parts Store (where the Broadway Backyard show has moved due to rain). Full lineups for both are below.

Helado Negro aka Roberto Carlos Lange kicks off his "5 Borough Tour," taking place throughout the week, with a show in Queens at The Jackson.

Nardwuar interviewed La Roux. Video below...

What else?

|| BIKES IN THE KITCHEN "GOODBYE SUMMER" SHOW

-NOON- @ OVER THE AUTO PARTS STORE

| the Death Set
|| Team Robespierre
||| NinjaSonik
|||| Juiceboxxx
||||| Best Fwends
|||||| Cerebral Ballzy
||||||| Snakes Say Hisss
|||||||| Chinese Stars
||||||||| So So Glos
|||||||||| Wild Yaks
||||||||||| Smarts

| 979 BROADWAY BACKYARD |
979 Broadway @ Myrtle | Bushwick, Bklyn
JMZ-Myrtle, L-Jefferson, G-Myrtle/Willoughby | NOON | all ages | $10
| MYSPACE |- http://myspace.com/bikesinthekitchen

NOTE: rainout location for Saturday is 600 BUSHWICK AVE, aka "ABOVE THE AUTO PARTS STORE"

| curated by Carlos Valpeoz |

|| UNDERWATER PEOPLES SUMMERTIME SHOWCASE
-4PM- @ MARKET HOTEL
| Real Estate
|| Air Waves
||| Pill Wonder
|||| Family Portrait
||||| Alex Bleeker & The Freaks
|||||| Andrew Cedermark
||||||| Fluffy Lumbers
|||||||| Beach Fossils
||||||||| Liam The Younger
|||||||||| Frat Dad
||||||||||| Ducktails
|||||||||||| Dana Jewell
||||||||||||| Big Troubles

| MARKET HOTEL |
1142 Myrtle Ave @ Broadway | Bushwick, Bklyn
JMZ-Myrtle, L-Jefferson, G-Myrtle/Willoughby | 4PM | all ages | $5
| MYSPACE |- http://myspace.com/underwaterpeoples

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Comments (12)

D00D kept teh caMEHra rolling while teh orange kitteh used teh litteh box? What a perv.

Posted by Anonymous | August 22, 2009 2:03 PM

rather just see the horrors

Posted by Anonymous | August 22, 2009 2:08 PM

does anyone know what time the entrance band plays?

Posted by Anonymous | August 22, 2009 2:31 PM

market hotel set times?

Posted by Anonymous | August 22, 2009 2:39 PM

just show up at 8 with some whiskey and hang out for a while. it'll happen eventually.

Posted by Jonesboogie, Rawkansas | August 22, 2009 3:49 PM

there are some hipster bands playing right now at 600 Bushwick ave. afterparty at beauty bar.

Posted by Anonymous | August 22, 2009 4:21 PM

^^^ quick, run!!

Posted by Anonymous | August 22, 2009 7:05 PM

The Horrors DJ + Calypso Live + The Rumble Strips
Joakim, The Drums (Live) and more.
SVEDKA VODKA OPEN BAR 9PM-10PM
Tribeca Grand - Saturday August 22

PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE OPENING AT 9PM THIS WEEK (AS WE HAVE TWO BANDS) AND THE OPEN BAR IS FROM 9PM-10PM

It's all gone a little bit crazy for this Saturday... The Horrors are coming to DJ for us after opening for Nine Inch Nails earlier that night... plus we have Calypso and The Rumble Strips playing live. Alex English will also be DJing

Meanwhile, downstairs in the basement, the FIXED party returns, bringing The Drums (playing live) and a DJ set by Joakim (Tigersushi) plus DJs JDH and Dave P

Your hosts for the evening will be: The 66Sick Girls, Zackery Michael and Aaron Kolfage.

And let's not forget the drinks speciasl:
$8 Red Stripe and Jim Beam shot combo all night (Red Stripe and Jim Beam shots are both $5 if purchased separately).
PLUS SVEDKA VODKA OPEN BAR 9PM-10PM
FREE WITH RSVP: CLICK HERE

Tribeca Grand: 2 Avenue of the Americas
Doors 9pm. 21+ w/I.D.

Posted by Anonymous | August 22, 2009 7:45 PM

Girl Talk set times tmrw anybody? how early should I show?...I'd like to get on stage!

Posted by Anonymous | August 22, 2009 11:41 PM

The sighting of the New Moon on the 21st day of Sha'baan (August 21) heralded the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadan. At this time, Muslims would have completed the first days of the month-long fast in which they engage in accordance with the injunctions of the Holy Qur'an.

For the world's one billion plus Muslims, Ramadan is the month to which they look forward with eagerness and anticipation as an ongoing sign of Allah's Beneficence and Mercy, and another opportunity to earn credit in His Sight. The month of Ramadan affords the believer an annual opportunity to expiate past wrongdoing, to come closer to God through a better pattern of conduct and self-discipline, to re-establish bonds of family and friendship, to learn humility and compassion towards others and above all, use it as an opportunity for physical, moral and spiritual cleansing.

Posted by Anonymous | August 23, 2009 1:12 AM

goodbye summer party run down

1) it was hot. whartscape 2007 floristree hot.

2) wild yaks and chinese stars were amazing. ty was right about CS.

3) snakes say hisss! brought a crew from philly who seemed to vanish after their set

4) CB mines that 80s thrash so well, it's like a D.R.I. emulation

5) best fwends didn't play blood.

6) juiceboxxx had what looked like a melt down on stage, but i think it was all just calculated performance

7) ninjasonik broke the stage

8) i left because 7 hours in that space was just too much for me.

Posted by eric rex | August 23, 2009 11:34 AM

You missed The Upper Crust, who blew away a packed Mercury Lounge with their latest and greatest rocque and roll tunes from Revenge For Imagined Slights. Lord Bendover, Count Bassie, L'Duc Distortion and Jackie Kickassis delivered a viciously rocking (in an aristcratic way, of courseO show that would have kicked that plebian Reznor's ass into the dungeon where he belongs. Long live Rocque and Roll!

Posted by Anonymous | August 23, 2009 10:15 PM

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