Posted in To Do | music on April 4, 2013

Lady
lady

Juan Maclean
Juan Maclean

Purling Hiss @ Bowery Ballroom, 2011 (more by Toby Tenenbaum)
Purling Hiss

today in NYC
* Lady @ Joe's Pub
* Evergreen @ BAM
* C2C @ Irving Plaza
* Cage Match NYC @ UCB
* Gad Elmaleh @ City Winery
* Rachelle Garniez @ Barbes
Rewards (DJ) @ Ace Hotel
* Jan Bell & The Maybelles @ Barbes
* Matt Shipp and Rob Brown @ The Stone
* Fol Chen, Valleys, Softspot @ Glasslands
* Frightened Rabbit, Wintersleep @ Terminal 5
* Soldisco, Nick Hook, Vails, Alex English @ WIP
* Clint Mansell @ Church of St. Paul The Apostle
* Matt Shipp and Steve Dalachinsky @ The Stone
* Meat Puppets, The World Takes @ Mercury Lounge
* Juan Maclean, Tim Sweeney, Dan Wender @ Output
* Purling Hiss, SpacinŐ, Axis:sovA, mancontrol @ 285 Kent
* Carolina Chocolate Drops, Bombadill @ Bowery Ballroom
* See Through, Reputante, The Midnight Hollow @ Union Pool
* Jaill, Wild Yaks, Las Rosas, Pop Zeus @ The Knitting Factory
* Zebu, The Great Valley, Omnivore, Big French @ Shea Stadium
* Reverend Horton Heat, Continental @ Rocks Off Concert Cruises
* Slingshot Dakota, The Marine Electric, Koji, Cutters @ Muchmore's
* Phil Andrews and Richard Semegram (covering Beck) @ Silent Barn
* Ice Cream, Animal Tropical, The Roulettes, ClaireŐs Diary @ Big Snow
* Ocrilim (Mick Barr or Orthrelm), Psalm Zero, Geryon @ Bowery Electric
* Robin Zander (of Cheap Trick), Randy Jackson (of Zebra) @ B.B. King's
* Frances Cone, Yokel & the Heavyweights, Such Hounds @ Cameo Gallery
* Alex Metric (DJ Set), Goldroom, Little Daylight, Lovelife @ Santos Party House
* The Goddamn Gallows, American Speedway, Tombstone Brawlers @ Maxwell's
'Bananazzz' screening, Nuclear Santa Claust, 3Jane, Lilith Vector @ Death By Audio
* Andrea Tomasi, Jason Anderson, John Craigie & Leigh Jones @ Pete's Candy Store
* Wilsen, Jesse Elliot, The Hollows, Alexandra Stewart, You Won't @ Rockwood Music Hall
* People's Champs, The Shoe Ins, Lips, Hungry Hands, Baby Boy, Silas Fermoy, Afeefa & The Boy @ Pianos

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Ever wonder what Weird Al and Huey Lewis thought of Bret Easton Ellis' American Psycho or its subsequent film adaptation starring Christian Bale? Find out in a video you can watch below.

In conjunction with the release of their new album, Random Access Memories, Daft Punk are releasing a series of web videos talking with their collaborators on the record. First up: electro pioneer Giorgio Moroder, whose single "I Feel Love" with Donna Summer is an electronic dance music touchstone. He'll be in NYC next month DJing as part of Red Bull Music Academy. Meanwhile, watch the video below.

What else?

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American Psycho with Huey Lewis and Weird Al

Daft Punk | Random Access Memories | The Collaborators: Giorgio Moroder

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Comments (9)

What's up with the crazy dude on Craigslist who insists that he has tickets for Phoenix at MHOW on Friday night?

Posted by Anonymous | April 4, 2013 11:23 AM

Anyone go see Clint Mansell last night? Did he start right at 8? What time did it end?

Thanks!

Posted by Anonymous | April 4, 2013 11:34 AM

1123 they're playing a private show silly which will be broadcast on Monday. On Saturday, they're playing SNL.

Posted by Anonymous | April 4, 2013 11:41 AM

"What's up with the crazy dude on Craigslist who insists that he has tickets for Phoenix at MHOW on Friday night?"

He probably has tickets, I'm guessing. It's a private show.

Posted by Anonymous | April 4, 2013 11:41 AM

Maxwells show was sooo good!

Posted by Anonymous | April 4, 2013 11:50 AM

FR time?

Posted by Anonymous | April 4, 2013 12:08 PM

The Clint Mansell show started a little after 8 and went until about 10:15pm. It was amazing. Bring a cushion.

Posted by Anonymous | April 4, 2013 3:22 PM

Thanks 322!

Posted by Anonymous | April 4, 2013 6:11 PM

Ever wonder what Weird Al and Huey Lewis thought of Bret Easton Ellis' American Psycho or its subsequent film adaptation starring Christian Bale? Find out in a video you can watch below.

Posted by EDWARD | April 9, 2013 4:40 AM

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