Posted in To Do | music on June 16, 2012

Grass Widow at NXNE at the Garrisonin Toronto 6/4/12 (more by David Andrako)
NXNE Day 1

today in NYC
* Clive Chin @ 17 Frost
* Benyoro @ Joe's Pub
* Smokey Hormel @ Barbes
* Msafire Zawose @ Barbes
* Dub Is A Weapon @ Zebulon
* fun., Now, Now @ Terminal 5
* Aziz Ansari @ Beacon Theatre
* Ava Mendoza Trio @ The Stone
* Tristan Perich @ Issue Project Room
* Kid Sister, Will Sheridan @ Sugarland
* Dastardly, Sleep City @ Mercury Lounge
* Blu Jemz, lloydski, SterryO @ Trophy Bar
* Marissa Nadler, Faces On Film @ Joe's Pub
* The Du Yun Quartet with Qian Yi @ The Stone
* Dawes, Kurt Vile @ Central Park Summerstage
* Joanna Erdos & the Midnight Show @ Joe's Pub
* Clarence Penn, Antonio Sanchez @ 92YTribeca
* The Duke Spirit, Hacienda @ Highline Ballroom
* The Knocks, Oliver, Ghost Beach @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Scott H. Biram, Lydia Loveless @ Mercury Lounge
* Something In Spanish, Midnight Magic @ Trophy Bar
* Mainland, Coastgaard, South of France @ Matchless
* Wise Blood, Big Baby Gandhi, Evi Antonio @ Glasslands
* Tim Barry, Josh Small, Julie Karr @ Santos Party House
* Red Baraat, Dean & Britta, Mas Ysa, Hume @ McCarren Park
* Shlohmo, Kingdom, Hot Sugar, Archie Pelago @ 285 Kent Ave
* Cool Angels, Milk Dick, Nude Sunrise, White Fang @ Big Snow
* Wise Blood, Big Baby Ghandi, Evi Antonio @ Glasslands Gallery
* Black Dice, Run DMT, SSPS, Mandelbrot & Skyy @ Public Assembly
* Asobi Seksu, Exitmusic, Ape School, Field Mouse @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Foster Care, Call of the Wild, Pampers, White Pages @ Union Pool
* Heaven's Gate, Nymph, Nude Beach, Golden Clouds @ Public Assembly
* Natural Child, Tough Shits, Liquor Store, The Foxx @ Death By Audio
* Freshkills, Bootblacks, Starlight Girls, Wojcik, Clouder @ The Gutter
* Mouth of the Architect, XOZO, Sleep Maps, Ashes Forever @ Saint Vitus
* Body Language (DJ set), Team Spirit, Cale Parks (DJ set) @ Glasslands
* Ski Lodge, Ravens & Chimes, Field Mouse, Starlight Girls @ Spike Hill
* Balkan Beat Box, Chico Trujillo, Nation Beat @ Prospect Park Bandshell
* Kristen Schaal, Dave Hill, Greg Barris, Hamilton Morris @ The Bell House
* Physical Therapy, Twin Sister, Guards, Caged Animals, Blonds, Phonetag @ Cameo Gallery
* Yellow Dogs, The Fatty Acids, Radical Dads, Backwords, Acrylics, Natureboy @ Shea Stadium
* Quiet Loudly, Dinosaur Feathers, MiniBoone, Ball of Flame Shoot Fire, Pow Wow! @ Spike Hill
* Gold Streets, Happy People, Magnetic Island, That Fleeting World, Passenger Peru @ Matchless
* New Madrid, The Gypsy West, A Million Years, The End Men, W.A.L.N.U.T.S., Clouder @ Trash Bar
* Grass Widow, Turbo Fruits, The Black Belles, Gary War, Gap Dream, Snack Machine @ Knitting Factory
* The Olivia Tremor Control, Laura Stevenson & The Cans, Dinosaur Feathers @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Sunset Hearts, Flying Pace, Brenda, Weird Children, Lady Lamb The Beekeeper, Troubled Sleep @ The Grand Victory
* Christopher Paul Stelling, Howth, Chantilly, Carl Banks, Craig Judelman, Baby Gramps, Al Duvall @ Pete's Candy Store
* I Don't Hear Nothin' but the Blues, Cellular Chaos, Dominique Leone, Harpoon Forever, Sediment Club, Bob Crusoe @ Cake Shop
* Lily & The Parlour Tricks, SonnyBoy, Daniela Cotton, The Sons of Brooklyn, Them Damn Ninjas @ The Paper Box
* The Pietasters, American Speedway, The Skels, Electric Frankenstein, The Tombstone Brawlers, The Scrapers, Lenny Lashley's Gang Of One @ Maxwell's

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The Northside Festival continues today in Brooklyn. See anything good last night? Dean & Britta play a free show in McCarren Park this afternoon.

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Comments (18)

Sick night for shows brah.

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 3:05 PM

So basically nothing going on tonight..

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 3:25 PM


Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 3:41 PM

twin sissssss

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 4:03 PM

What's a good time to show up for Kurt Vile?

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 4:12 PM

Also there's The Babies, Life Size Maps, Team Spirit, Celestial Shore, The Yellow Dogs and a Tom of other bands all playing at 171 Lombardy St in Greenpoint. Show starts at 7pm.

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 5:10 PM

I'd rather see the iPods than all these shows together -- thousands of diverse tracks!

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 5:57 PM

^You get a lot more improvisation and excitement at live shows though. There are some bands I don't like on my iPod but I really love to see live.

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 6:39 PM

Dirty projectors are one band I love live but hate on the old iPod or iPad

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 6:42 PM

I had an iPod a few years ago, but done drunk dude cane to my house party and mistakes it for a pita triangle and dipped it into a hummus platter.

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 6:48 PM

jeremy lin mania

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 6:55 PM

WILDCHILD down & dirty dance rock party at the suffolk.. 107 suffolk at BlueBird plays at 11:00 DJ Hovakraft gets you lifted all night long.. 11-4 FREE FJMZ to Delancey

Posted by Anonymous | June 16, 2012 10:22 PM

5:57 -- Lol. Rough night for shows, though!

Posted by Anonymous | June 17, 2012 3:40 AM

Don't know how many people actually came to see Kurt Vile but he got a nice reception, great set, why were all those people lined up outside to see Dawes who are they?

Posted by Anonymous | June 17, 2012 9:30 AM

I met a person who liked Dawes and she wasn't good, based on the person I think it's an indie jam band

Posted by Anonymous | June 17, 2012 1:08 PM

Kurt Vile's 1 hour set at Summerstage proves without a doubt that it's quality that always wins over quantity.

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