Posted in To Do | music on June 6, 2013

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Fuzz / Ariel Pink
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today in NYC
* Q-Tip @ Stage 48
Left Banke @ Joe's Pub
Rob Delaney @ Caroline's
Rachelle Garniez @ Barbes
* Frankmusik @ Maxwell's
* Sylvie Courvoisier @ The Stone
* Guns N' Roses @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Nate Wooley @ Issue Project Room
* Cajmere, Free Magic, Faso @ Output
* Calexico, Arc Iris @ Tarrytown Music Hall
* Queens of the Stone Age @ Vintage Vinyl
* Fuzz, Ex-Cult, Pampers @ Death By Audio
* Chris Speed's Dream Of A Song @ Barbes
* Of Monsters and Men @ iHeartRadioTheater
* Actress, Gobby, Solar Year @ Cameo Gallery
* Iran, Ice Balloons, Sun Ladders @ Union Pool
* American Royalty, Vows, Bird Call @ Glasslands
* The Baptist Generals, AroarA @ Mercury Lounge
* Fuzz, Ex-Cult, Jonathan Toubin @ Red Hook Park
* Sylvie Courvoisier & Ellery Eskelin Duo @ The Stone
* Ariel Pink, Kirin J Callinan, Purple Pilgrims @ Irving Plaza
* Kate Boy, Gemini Club, Hey Champ @ Santos Party House
* B-52s, Nicki Bluhm & The Gamblers @ The Capitol Theatre (POSTPONED)
* John Mulaney, Paul F. Tompkins, Jim Gaffigan @ Bell House
* Lame Drivers, Woolen Men, Darlings, Future Punx @ Cake Shop
* Dave Matthews, The Head and the Heart @ PNC Bank Arts Center
* Pete Francis (of Dispatch), The Tarantula Waltz @ Mercury Lounge
* Todd Barry, Christian Finnegan, Wil Sylvince @ Eastville Comedy Club
* Donavon Frankenreiter, Mia Dyson, Newfound Groove @ Bowery Ballroom
* Sharkmuffin, Adam Aslan Pony, Bleacher Heat, Clouty, DJ No Dubstep @ Muchmore's
* The Molters, Sky Captain of Industry, Travis Nilan & The List, Jump For The Sails @ Knitting Factory
* Country Mice, Overlake, The Fire Tapes, Donner Party Picnic, The Brooklyn What @ Shea Stadium
* Haley Coupon, Toy Soldiers, Roadkill Ghost Choir, James Bay, Caveman (DJ), Charlie Duerr @ Rockwood Music Hall
* Great Elk, The Stationary Set, Julian Fulton Zombie Gospel, The Ludlow Thieves, Streets of Laredo, Derrick & The Black Sea @ Spike Hill

British electronic musician Actress was supposed to make his way over to Brooklyn for a show last year, but ended up having to cancel. He'll finally make his way here for a show at Cameo tonight with Gobby and Solar Year, which is sold out.

Ty Segall brings his proto-metal band FUZZ to NYC for the first time. You can see them for free Summerstage show at Red Hook Park early this evening (7 PM start) with Ex Cult. Then both bands head to Williamsburg for a late show at Death by Audio. The DbA show is $10 at the door which opens at 9 PM with bands on at 9:45 PM. Should be a wild one. If you can't make it tonight, Ex Cult play for free tomorrow too, opening for Oblivians at Seaport Music Festival.

If rocking softly yet debaucherously is more your thing, Ariel Pink's Haunted Grafitti bring their tour to town tonight at Irving Plaza. If you're going, be sure to arrive early to check out gothy and intense Australian Kirin J Callinan . Purple Pilgrims play as well and tickets are still available.

Ariel Pink has probably listened to a few Left Banke albums over the years. The '60s baroque pop legends, whose songs include classics like "Walk Away Renee" and "Something on My Mind,"  play Joe's Pub tonight and tickets are still available.

The Baptist Generals, who recently released their first album in ten years via Sub Pop, have been on a tour with The Mountain Goats which hit Maxwell's lat night (6/5), and tonight they're sticking around the area for their own show at Mercury Lounge with AroarA (tickets).

Chicago house vet Cajmere is coming to NYC for Warm Up later this summer, but you can also catch him tonight at Williamsburg dance club Output with Free Magic & Faso and Discovery (tickets).

For those excited about seeing Icona Pop at Governors Ball this weekend, you might want to hit Santos tonight for the official kickoff party (tickets). It features a performance from Swedish electropop group Kate Boy, whose new single "The Way We Are" is likely to soon be inescapable. You can watch the video for that below. Kate Boy also plays with Haim at Brooklyn Bowl on Saturday which is a Governors Ball afterparty (advance tickets are sold out, though some will be available at the door). Kate Boy tour dates are listed below.

As mentioned, Guns N' Roses, (aka Axl Rose's current version of the band) are one of the three headliners for this years Governors Ball festival. But before that, they'll play a much more intimate show tonight at Brooklyn Bowl. The show has not surprisingly sold out.

Tonight's B-52s show at the Capitol Theatre, which Nicki Bluhm was going to open after cancelling her Brooklyn Bowl show once GNR's was added, has been postponed due to illness. Read more about that here.

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The xx made a video for "Fiction" off of last year's Coexist. Check it out below.

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The xx - "Fiction" Official Video

Kate Boy - 2013 Tour Dates
June 6 New York, NY Santos Party House
June 8 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Bowl*
June 9 Toronto, ON Wrong Bar
June 10 Chicago, IL Schubas Tavern
June 11 Los Angeles, CA Echo
June 13 San Francisco, CA Rickshaw Stop
*with Haim

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Comments (10)

b52's is postponed

Posted by Anonymous | June 6, 2013 2:58 PM

Carolyn Mark @ Rodeo Bar.

Posted by anonymous | June 6, 2013 3:04 PM

Anything will do. Any distraction from life until it's finally, finally, over. Dear god when will that finally happen...

Posted by Anonymous | June 6, 2013 3:04 PM

is the fuzz show gonna be cancelled because of the rain?

Posted by Anonymous | June 6, 2013 3:07 PM

Something got you down, 3:04? What would it be?

Posted by Anonymous | June 6, 2013 3:47 PM

The realization that the only positive thing some of us will ever accomplish is to cease consuming air

Posted by Anonymous | June 6, 2013 5:02 PM

debby downer at 5:02 damn. so what up with red hook? anyone gonna brave the grey?

Posted by Anonymous | June 6, 2013 5:11 PM

This is the kind of music that is played while waiting on hold to get someone to open the door to let you out of hell. Ariel is the most (THE MOST) overrated indie act. I won't call them a band. That would mean they write music or something. No, this is complete utter crap. This is what people think of when they hear the word hipster and with complete justified hate. They look like an indie band. But that is all they got. Looks. Period. Not talent. Not real music. Just bullshit.

Posted by ArielPinksStinkMustDie | June 26, 2013 2:04 AM

I don't know why you people need to put labels of genre on song and then argue about it.

I haven't seen any metal in this, if so, I probably wouldn't be here at all. It's just rock n roll, and it sounds great to me!

Posted by Kaitlyn | September 16, 2013 9:40 AM

I don't think I've heard such a great song in a long time aside from all their song. Nonetheless, this song just fully demonstrates how unique their sounds is. How personal their songs are. That beat is just out of this world. Haven't stopped playing it in over a month. The song that puts me to sleep 

Posted by Ursua | October 3, 2014 5:13 AM

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