Posted in To Do | music on December 9, 2013

Christopher Bear w/ Grizzly Bear in Austin in April (more by Tim Griffin)
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Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights...

Zombi, Gatekeeper, Vissacoor, Dariius @ Saint Vitus Bar
It's the release party for EBM duo Gatekeeper's bombastic new Young Chronos EP, and special guest experimental duo Zombi are taking a night off from their tour with Goblin to headline.

Here We Go Magic, Nightlands, Aaron Arntz/Benjamin Campbell/Christopher Bear @ Baby's All Right
In the midst of Luke Temple's ongoing residency at Union Pool, he'll be joining his band Here We Go Magic for a show at Baby's All Right. Openers are good too: Nightlands (aka War On Drugs/Sharon Van Etten collaborator Dave Hartley) and a trio set from Grizzly Bear drummer Christopher Bear, Aaron Arntz (who tours as live member with Grizzly Bear), and Benjamin Campbell (member of Joakim's live band and others). That trio also played last week's installment of Luke's Union Pool residency.

Matt Pryor (of The Get Up Kids), special guests @ The Grand Victory
Matt Pryor is fresh off a collaborative EP with his Get Up Kids bandmate James Dewees and a new rock-oriented solo album. While he's currently on the road supporting Max Bemis which hits NYC for a sold out show this Thursday, he'll stop in NYC for a much more intimate headlining show tonight. Special guests are promised, and you might hear some Get Up Kids songs.

Fred & Toody (of Dead Moon), Threats @ Mercury Lounge
Portland's Dead Moon, a band highly influential on the "Seattle Sound" of the early '90s, broke up back in '06, but two of its members Fred and Toody Cole (also of The Rats and Pierced Arrows) are out on an acoustic tour which hits NYC for two shows this week, this being the second.

Lupe Fiasco, Stalley, Mickey Factz, Boy Illinois, Kris Kasanova, Chris Cartier @ Irving Plaza
Lupe Fiasco plans to release his new album Tetsuo and Youth in early 2014 (so, in non-rap speak, basically whenever), but until then he'll be doing some shows, including four nights in the NYC-area this month.

Cyndi Lauper @ Highline Ballroom
Cyndi Lauper just did her holiday show at Beacon Theatre which included tons of big-name guests, and tonight she's on her own, continuing to celebrate the 30th anniversary of She's So Unusual for a TV taping. Sold out.

P!NK, The Hives @ Barclays Center
Opening for P!NK in an arena may not be your ideal way to see The Hives, but we'd be remiss not to mention that these highly entertaining Swedish rockers are in Brooklyn tonight.

CHVRCHES @ iHeartRadio Theatre
Scottish electro-pop trio CHVRCHES are doing two intimate, somewhat private/exclusive NYC shows this week, including tonight's which you had to enter iHeartRadio's contest to get into, and tomorrow's, which you had to enter SiriusXM's contest to get into.

Night Train w/ Wyatt Cenac @ Littlefield
Get on board Wyatt Cenac's weekly Night Train comedy show, this week with Ali Wong, Guy Branum, Found Footage Festival, Robert Dean, Brian Parise, Alison Leiby and more.

For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our full NYC show calendar.

For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.

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Comments (6)

Opening for P!NK might actually be my ideal way to see The Hives. I'm not ashamed to admit to like mass marketed pop music, but that's just me. Would it be cooler for them to open for HAIM? (who are musically, just as slick and formulaic, if not more)?

Posted by Anonymous | December 9, 2013 6:53 AM

Oh, and Rod Stewart is playing MSG tonight. He may be cheesy, but historically he was one of the great British rock vocalists of the 60s/70s.

Posted by Anonymous | December 9, 2013 6:58 AM

Opening for P!NK might actually be my ideal way to see The Hives. I'm not ashamed to admit to like mass marketed pop music, but that's just me. Would it be cooler for them to open for HAIM? (who are musically, just as slick and formulaic, if not more)?

.. Its a question for the ages my friend..

Posted by Anonymous | December 9, 2013 11:27 AM

Bleak night.

Posted by Anonymous | December 9, 2013 4:12 PM

How about How's Gelb at Rockwood Music Hall? Any guests sit in with him?

Posted by Anonymous | December 9, 2013 11:48 PM

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