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June 12, 2014

Sharon Van Etten @ Great GoogaMooga 2013 (more by Dana [distortion] Yavin)
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You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

The Northside Festival
The Northside Festival begins its four-day takeover of North Brooklyn tonight. Basically every venue in Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick is involved. There are lots of shows but we've highlighted our picks here -- noted by the "(Northside)" in the event name.

The Pizza Underground (Variety Show), Toby Goodshank @ LPR
Milking the last of their 15 minutes of fame (about the same length, coincidentally, as their set), this pizza-themed Velvet Underground tribute act offers up a variety show with comedy and music. It's also the record release show for Toby Goodshank.

Syd Arthur, Fort Lean, Kevin Morby @ Knitting Factory (Northside)
The Knitting Factory has been dubbed the Palladia & VH1 House for Northside which will probably mean little to the average concertgoer going to see tonight's lineup. (Just expect lots of in-your-face branding.) Fort Lean, who played BV's Northside showcase in 2012, may be testing out new material tonight. It's a great undercard too, with the baroque psychedelia of UK band Syd Arthur and Babies frontman Kevin Morby.

Hunters, King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, Juan Wauters (of The Beets), Walter TV, Homeshake, Big Ups, Jonathan Toubin @ Baby's All Right (Northside Festival)
Panache booking put together this solid line-up of garagey, party-friendly bands. While most of them are local -- Australia's King Gizzard seem to be living here now -- it's notable for Walter TV, aka Mac DeMarco's other band. Actually's it IS his band, just in another configuration, with Pierce McGarry on guitar and lead. You can also catch Mac proper, at House of Vans earlier that same night, which is also part of Northside.

Talib Kweli (live w/ 9-piece band), Res, NIKO IS @ Brooklyn Bowl
NYC rap veteran Talib Kweli plays his hometown a lot but any chance to see him is a good one. Tonight's shows at Brooklyn Bowl (like last night's) is with a 9-piece band, so this should be an especially interesting one.

TEEN, Saint Pepsi, Las Rosas, Herzog, Chandos, Dog Bite, Piers (FKA Gondola), "Valaraie" (secret guest) @ Cameo (Northside Festival)
Sometimes presenters of festival showcases give you a good idea of what to expect. This one is as hodgepodge as its many presenters -- Terrorbird Media, Carpark Records, Kanine Records & InSound -- but we are especially fond of Cleveland band Herzog who make smart, crazy-catchy '90s style indie rock.

Tweak Bird, Vaz, BBIGPIGG @ Death by Audio
The Melvins' pals Tweak Bird are only a duo but they still make a racket like a full band and are a ton of fun too. Locals Vaz make quality noise rock.

Pallbearer, Hull, Planning For Burial, Yellow Eyes, Vilkacis @ Europa (Northside Festival)
This show is one of the few metal options at Northside this year and it's a good one. Pallbearer more than do justice to traditional doom and they just announced a new album so hopefully we'll hear some of that tonight. The rest of the bill is good too with the sludgy Hull, the gloomy Planning For Burial, the black metal of Yellow Eyes, and M. Rekeviks' (of Fell Voices) solo project Vilkacis.

BADBADNOTGOOD, Ian Isiah, Jerry Paper, DJ Mursi Layne @ Glasslands (Northside Festival)
Toronto trio BADBADNOTGOOD first picked up buzz a couple years ago thanks to some quality jazz/instrumental hip hop covers of Odd Future, James Blake, My Bloody Valentine and Kanye West, and the strength of their originals has kept us interested.

Body Count, Madball @ Gramercy Theatre
In case you forgot, before Ice-T played a cop on Law and Order, he fronted the metal band that wrote 1992's "Cop Killer." That band returns to NYC tonight and making it a doubly nostalgic bill, NYHC vets Madball open.

Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires, Mac DeMarco, Benjamin Booker @ House of Vans
This is a House of Vans show and part of the Northside Festival, so you can either get in from your RSVP or Northside Badge. Charles Bradley, who has spent time as a James Brown impersonator, is the soulful real deal with an arsenal of stage moves. Mac DeMarco (this is a strange bill!) is a talented songwriter who too often hides under his slacker partyboy persona.

People Under the Stairs, Mr. MFN eXquire, Fresh Daily, Thanksgiving Brown (DJ Set) @ Littlefield
The LA hip hop duo of Thes One and Double K hits NYC for their second of two shows this week at Littlefield tonight. Great local support comes from Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire.

Cheatahs, Writer @ Mercury Lounge
UK band Cheatahs' debut album is a nice balance of the loud, dreamy and melodic, and '90s touchstones seem to be Swervedriver and early Sloan. Good stuff.

Sharon Van Etten, Shilpa Ray @ MHOW (Northside Festival)
We still remember when Sharon played the upstairs at Pianos as part of one of our CMJ day parties, so we couldn't be more pleased that her career has really taken off. This is her first of three sold-out NYC shows this week.

Ewan Pearson, JDH & Dave P @ Output
Ewan Pearson's been putting out quality electronic music since the '90s, and more recently contributed to M83's 2008 album, Saturday's = Youth. He returns to NYC for tonight's FIXED party.

Flea, Laurie Anderson, David Murray, Patti Smith, Thurston Moore, Ravi Coltrane, Bill Laswell, and more! @ Prospect Park Bandshell
Tonight is a tribute to jazz icon Ornette Coleman. A host of big names -- Patti Smith, Thurston Moore and Flea to name three -- will play in a band led by Coleman's son, Denardo.

Moon Boots, Perseus, Plastic Plates @ Verboten
Moon Boots is one of the better contemporary producers reviving '90s-style pop-house at the moment. If you like Disclosure and haven't checked this guy out, you should fix that.

Titus Andronicus, Eagulls, D'NT, Low Fat Getting High @ Warsaw (Northside Festival)
NJ punks Titus Andronicus always put on consistently great live shows, and lately they've been pretty generous with new material from their still-in-the-works rock opera. Of course we'll hear the old favorites (and maybe a few covers) too. UK post-punks Eagulls are still a bit one-dimensional with their sound (they only have one album and one EP), but they do that sound well and make this a great double bill. It's worth showing up for the local openers too.

Ben Watt @ Joe's Pub
The Everything But the Girl guitarist released Hendra, his first solo album in 30 years, earlier this year and plays his first-ever NYC solo show tonight... with instrumental help from onetime Suede guitarist Bernard Butler. Sold out.

Jose James, Kris Bowers @ Highline Ballroom (Blue Note Jazz Festival)
Jose James makes the kind of neo-soul that's easy listening enough for Starbucks but has an edge too.

Bas, Bryant Dope @ SOBs
Two local rappers team up for this show, the Young One-signed Queens resident Bryant Dope and J. Cole collaborator Bas.

Homeboy Sandman, The Difference Machine, PUDGE, DJ Edan @ Santos Party House
Homeboy Sandman put out the White Sands EP earlier this year via Stones Throw with atypical (for hip hop) beats by UK producer Paul White that Homeboy has no problem sliding his rhymes between.

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

For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.

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June 11, 2014

Parquet Courts at BV-SXSW 2014 (more by Tim Griffin)
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You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Parquet Courts, Promartyr, Future Punx, Xerox @ Sugar Hill Supper Club
Parquet Courts put this killer show together happening at this Bed Stuy disco/eatery with Detroit's mighty Protomartyr, Brooklyn pals Future Punx and Xerox. Sold out.

Twin Shadow, Ethan Silverman @ Rough Trade
Twin Shadow has recently developed a taste for cheesy '80s power ballads, so bring your lighters tonight.

La Roux, Midnight Magic @ MHOW
Four years since her debut album, La Roux is finally back with a new record that, judging from the released tracks so far, is full of buoyant dance pop. "Uptight Downtown" could almost be a Bananarama song, making any cruel summer day a little cooler.

Grim Reaper @ Saint Vitus
Grim Reaper may have not gained the popularity of some of their other falsetto-streaked NWOBHM peers, but all three of their albums are rippers and they've deservedly earned some cult status. The band, led by vocalist Steve Grimmett (the solo original member), wrap up their 2-night run at Saint VItus tonight.

First Aid Kit, Willy Mason @ Webster Hall
Swedish duo FIrst Aid Kit make more haunting folk pop on their new major label debut, Stay Gold, which came out this week. Tonight's show is sold out.

Curtis Harding, Darlings, Homeshake @ Glasslands
Atlanta's Curtis Harding made a strong impression at SXSW where his "magnetism, pipes and chops were evident from note one." The guy's the real deal. Check out his debut album, Soul Power, which is out now on Burger. This is his first of two NYC shows.

William Basinski, Cascade @ Issue Project Room
The great experimental composer William Basinski has been making excellent material for over a decade, having most recently released 2013's Nocturnes. Tonight's show is sold out.

HITS, Little Racer, The Fluids, Strange Pains @ Pianos
Brooklyn band Little Racer have been at it for a while now, making very catchy, UK-inspired guitar pop. Tonight's the second show of their June residency at Pianos.

Ben Watt @ Joe's Pub
The Everything But the Girl guitarist released Hendra, his first solo album in 30 years, earlier this year and plays his first-ever solo NYC tonight... with instrumental help from onetime Suede guitarist Bernard Butler. Sold out.

Dawn Landes @ The Standard
Dawn Landes released her new album, Bluebird, backin February via Western Vinyl which was produced by her friend and frequent collaborator Thomas Bartlett (aka Doveman). Perhaps he'll make an appearance tonight.

People Under the Stairs, Mr. MFN eXquire, CJ Fly, Thanksgiving Brown (DJ) @ LPR
THe LA hip hop duo of Thes One and Double K hits NYC for their first of two shows this week at LPR tonight. Great local support comes from Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire and Pro Era's CJ Fly.

Talib Kweli (live w/ 9-piece band), Res, NIKO IS @ Brooklyn Bowl
NYC rap veteran Talib Kweli plays his hometown a lot but any chance to see him is a good one. Tonight and tomorrow's shows at Brooklyn Bowl are with a 9-piece band, so these should be especially interesting ones.

Sisqo @ Betsy Head Park Summerstage (FREE)
Get your thongs and silver hair dye ready, Sisqo is playing a free Summerstage show in Betsy Head Park tonight.

Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band @ Theatre at Westbury
Ringo Starr may not have the same epic stage show as the other surviving Beatle (he also hasn't written as many hits), but he'll still deliver plenty of the songs he sang lead for in that band. This is his first of a few NYC-area shows, including two at Beacon Theatre next week.

How to Dress Well @ The Slipper Room
How to Dress Well continues to progress from a hazy R&B artist to a real-deal songwriter, and his new album is shaping up to be a very good example of that. It's not out until June 24 but tonight's the release show so we'll likely hear a good amount of it here.

Porches, Kevin Morby, Your Friend, Frankie Cosmos @ Baby's All Right
Good singer/songwriter-y lineup at Baby's tonight with "bummer pop" band Porches, Babies singer/Woods bassist Kevin Morby, the twee-leaning Frankie Cosmos and the Domino-signed project of Taryn Miller, Your Friend.

Sam Smith @ iHeartRadio Theatre
This free pre-release show will have the Disclosure collaborator playing material off his new album of mostly ballads, In The Lonely Hour. If you didn't get in through iHeartRadio's contest, you can still watch when it streams live on their site.

Big Terrific @ Cameo
Max Silvestri hosts the free weekly comedy show in the back of Williamsburg's Lovin' Cup. No word on who's performing tonight, but Max usually lets us know via his Twitter.

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

For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.

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June 10, 2014

Ringo Deathstarr in Austin in 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
Ringo

You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Ringo Deathstarr, Heaven, Harsh Vibes, Residual Kid @ Baby's All Right
A night off of their tour with Peter Murphy, noisy Austinites Ringo Deathstarr make time for a headlining show. These three do post-MBV shoegaze about as well as anyone, with a strong pop sense as well.

Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Kacey Musgraves @ Radio City Music Hall
Country legend and activist Willie Nelson remains active at 81 years young, and any chance to see him is still a good one. Opening the show are mid-'80s era veteran (and onetime Robert Plant collaborator) Allison Krauss and Kacey Musgraves whose newest album Same Trailer Different Park got love from NPR, SPIN and the Grammys.

Honduras, Venetia Fair, Sharkmuffin, Desert Sharks @ Cake Shop
Honduras bring a lot of different influences to the table. A little garage, yes, but there's '80s/'90s British indie too. While it may not be anything you haven't exactly heard before, Honduras write very hooky songs and, as importantly, the bring a real energy to the performance.

Tyvek, Sleepies, Red Dawn II, Mr. Transylvania @ Death by Audio
Tightly wound Detroit noise unit Tyvek have been quiet of late -- something not usually associated with them -- as their most recently release was the Domestic Five cassette in 2013. Perhaps we'll find out what they've been up to

Lorna Dune, Bryce Hackford, Master Class, Brian Traister @ Glasslands
Brooklyn's Lorna Dune (real name Lorna Krier) makes electronic music that sounds good in headphones but should get a dancefloor moving too.

Die Antwoord, DJ Cindy Kim @ Irving Plaza
Do u fink Die Antwoord's freeky and like them a lot? Head to Irving Plaza tonight.

First Aid Kit @ Rough Trade
Swedish duo FIrst Aid Kit make more haunting folk pop on their new major label debut, Stay Gold, which comes out today. To get into this you have to be one of the first 300 people to purchase the album from the Rough Trade NYC store starting today at 11 AM.

Grim Reaper, Fantom Warrior, Iron Force @ Saint Vitus
Grim Reaper may have not gained the popularity of some of their other falsetto-streaked NWOBHM peers, but all three of their albums are rippers and they've deservedly earned some cult status. The band, led by vocalist Steve Grimmett (the solo original member) kick off a 2-night run at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus tonight. They're also promising a new album. Needless to say, these shows should get interesting.

Curtis Harding @ Mercury Lounge
Atlanta's Curtis Harding made a strong impression at SXSW where his "magnetism, pipes and chops were evident from note one." The guy's the real deal. Check out his debut album, Soul Power, which is out now on Burger. This is his first of two NYC shows.

The Dreebs, Sunflower Bean, Big Neck Police @ Silent Barn
The Dreebs aim for sheer ear attack and hit their target like an elephant gun. Sunflower Bean, meanwhile, make melodic psych-pop with a lot of charm.

Worlds Fair, Two-9, Cities Aviv, Aaron Cohen @ The Studio at Webster Hall
Queens rap crew World's Fair and Atlanta rap crew Two-9 are on tour together, and tonight they come to World's Fair's home city, for what should undoubtedly be a great double bill. Alt-rapper Cities Aviv and Golden Era worshipper Aaron Cohen (stream his album) are worth catching too.

Jeremy Messersmith, Big Scary @ Bowery Ballroom
Glassnote-signed pop-folk musician Jeremy Messersmith headlines Bowery Ballroom tonight, and if you're going we think it's worth catching Australian Barsuk signees Big Scary.

Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Rich Medina @ Highline Ballroom
The youngest son of Fela Kuti, Seun leads his late father's band, Egypt 80, as part of the Blue Note Jazz Festival.

Commander Cody @ Hudson Square Music & Wine Festival
The Hudson Square Music & Wine Festival happens every Tuesday through August 26 in the back parking lot behind NYC venue City Winery with free, all ages shows from 5 to 7:30 PM. Today's is with long-running (since the late '60s) country rocker Commander Cody.

Boot Camp Clik, CJ Fly, T'Nah Apex, Raz Fresco, Chelsea Reject @ Betsy Head Park (Summerstage, FREE)
This show, co-sponsored by us at BrooklynVegan, is the Duck Down BBQ which fill feature quality old school hip hop from the Boot Camp Clik (aka Buckshot, Smif N Wessun, Sean Price & Rock of Heltah Skeltah), plus two members of Pro Era (CJ Fly and T'Nah Apex) and more. Starts at 6 PM, free admission and free food.

Max Silvestri @ Littlefield
Longtime host of free NYC comedy show Big Terrific, funnyman Max Silvestri releases his first album, King Piglet, this week and he celebrates at this show tonight. Nick Turner and Kate Berlant will also be on hand, as well as some "Very Special Guests."

And just a heads up, the NYC-area will be loaded with brown flip flops tonight, as Jack Johnson is playing Prospect Park and Dave Matthews will be at PNC Bank Arts Center.

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

For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.

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June 9, 2014

The Notwist at Webster Hall in 2008 (more by Tim Griffin)
The Notwist

You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

The Notwist, Jel (from Themselves/13 & God) @ Webster Hall
German band The Notwist released Closer to the Glass, their first album in five years, back in February which found them still melting glitchy electronics and krauty indie rock together with skill.

Turnip King, Kissing Is A Crime, Idiot Son, Bronko Lelich @ Baby's All Right
Baby's All Right hosts free shows on Mondays, and tonight's line-up is solid as an indie rock, with Sea Cliff, Long Island's Turnip King headlining. While we're on the subject of Baby's All Right, their delicious/deady Pink Baby frozen cocktails are only a buck during happy hour (5 - 8 PM) every day during June.

Rich Homie Quan, Jon Connor, Ty Dolla $ign, Troy Ave, Lil Bibby, August Alsina, Jarren Benton, Vic Mensa, Kevin Gates @ Best Buy Theater
It's the XXL 2014 Freshman Class' NYC showcase tonight with some great upcoming names including Rich Homie Quan, Ty Dolla $ign, Troy Ave, Vic Mensa, Kevin Gates and more.

Robot Death Kites, Wooden Indian Burial Ground, Hex Net, Adult Dude @ Death by Audio
Masked and screaming, Robot Death Kites are a Yuppie Death Nightmare on their new casette, which you can stream below. Adult Dude make good Dinosaur Jr/Superchunk style rock and are worth catching too.

Peter Murphy, Ringo Deathstarr @ Irving Plaza
Peter Murphy just released his new album, Lion, which was produced by Youth of Killing Joke and, as the title might imply, is a little wilder than we've heard the former Bauhaus singer be in a while. Lion definitely roars. Tonight's show is opened by superior shoegaze trio Ringo Deathstarr who roar, too.

IAMSU, Phony PPL @ MHOW
This Converse Rubber Tracks Live show is free as long as you RSVPed (but entry is still first come, first served) and is headlined by upcoming West Coast rapper IAMSU.

Life Size Maps, The Veda Rays, Council, How Sad, Aly Tadros @ Pianos
This show is part of the New Music Seminar (not that you noticed), featuring a nice array of local talent, including underappreciated synth-rock band Life Size Maps.

The Orwells @ Rough Trade
Chicago's The Orwells just released their second album, Disgraceland, and are celebrating that tonight. To get into the show you need to have bought the album at Rough Trade before the show. There's a TBA afterparty too.

Ed Askew, Abhay Singh @ Manhattan Inn (FREE)
Ed Askew is nothing short of a legend in folk music. His '60s material lives up today and lucky for us he is currently a very active musician. Any chance to see him is one worth taking.

Trickstar, Rivergazer, Benjamin Shepherd, Issac Gillespie & Ian Davis Duo @ Palisades
Rivergazer is the project of Kevin Farrant, who you may know as the guitarist in Porches, though this is a little poppier than that band. Show's at Palisades (906 Broadway in Brooklyn) and admission is $5 at the door. Stream a track below.

John Hodgman @ Union Hall
Erudite author, actor, Daily Show correspondent, comedian and general bon vivant John Hodgman hosts another of his Secret Society shows at Union Hall. Advance tickets are sold out, but there may be a few at the door if you get there early.

The Kondabolu Brothers, Todd Barry, Adam Cayton-Holland, John Early, Allison Leiby, Ramon Rivas II @ Littlefield
The Kondabolu Brothers guest host Night Train tonight (Wyatt Cenac is elsewhere this week), with a strong lineup of funny guests.

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

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June 8, 2014

Damon Albarn @ SXSW 2014 (more by Tim Griffin)
Damon Albarn

You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Governors Ball @ Randall's Island<
NYC's Governors Ball continues to grow and rival the other major US festivals. It wraps up today with a ton of great artists including Vampire Weekend, Interpol, James Blake, The Kills, J. Cole, The Head and the Heart, Tyler the Creator, AlunaGeorge, Earl Sweatshirt, Frank Turner, and plenty more.

King Khan & The Shrines, Red Mass, Von Mons @ Asbury Lanes
An excellent, all-Canadian garage-pysch-soul double bill with the wild and awesome King Khan & the Shrines, plus Montreal true believers Red Mass. This is their second of two NYC shows.

Bill Orcutt, Chris Corsano, MV & EE, Coverband @ Baby's All Right
Fans of avant-garde and out-there: tonight is a collaboration between percussion improvisors Chris Corsano (Björk, Evan Parker, etc) and guitarist Bill Orcutt, former guitarist and founder of the Harry Pussy. Cover Band is a free jazz project including Greg Saunier (Deerhoof) and Matt Schulz (Holy Fuck).

Rough Francis, Great White Caps, Journalism, Water @ Cake Shop
Legendary Detroit punks Death are fully active right now, but their sons are also in an active band, Rough Francis, who carry the torch for the type of music their fathers helped pioneer.

DeGreaser, Dasher, Willfull Boys, Cyanide Tooth @ Death by Audio
DeGreaser -- the new-ish band from Australian expat Tim Evans who you may remember from Bird Blobs or the recent reincarnation of '80s legends Venom P. Stringer -- picked a good name, as it works as description of their heavy psych sound, which uses thick distortion like an industrial solvent.

Diarrhea Planet, Total Slacker, LVL UP @ Glasslands
Raging rockers Diarrhea Planet are one of those bands you just have to see live, and with this all-around great bill, this official Governors Ball Afterparty should get pretty wild.

Damon Albarn @ Irving Plaza
This is an official Governors Ball afterparty. While some artists, like Jarvis Cocker, keep their solo sets free of songs from previous bands, Albarn has been peppering his sets with cuts from Gorillaz, The Good, the Bad & the Queen, and Blur.

Dinowalrus, Zula, Visuals, DJ Juan (of Small Black) @ Mercury Lounge
Brooklyn's Dinowalrus are a restless, ever-morphing entity, having shed a couple different sonic skins in the course of their existence. They began as noisy anti-pop, toyed with Madchester/acid house, and for their new album Complexion (tonight's the record release show) there's a definite Big '80s feel, complete with funky guitars, widescreen choruses, and even a little sax.

I.U.D. (with Kim Gordon) @ MoMA PS1
Earlier this year, Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon teamed up with I.U.D. (aka Lizzi Bougatsos of Gang Gang Dance and Sadie Laska of Growing) for a highly experimental trio set at Issue Project Room, and tonight the three of them will go at it again at MoMA PS1.

"Sundays on the Roof" w/ Blondes (DJ Set), JDH & Dave P @ Output
FIXED is throwing Sunday afternoon parties this summer on Output's roof, which has a very nice view of the Manhattan skyline. NYC dance duo Blondes should set the mood well.

Peter Murphy @ Rough Trade
The goth icon plays this intimate in-store performance ahead of his much bigger Irving Plaza show. To get in you need to buy his new album, Lion. You could come early (store opens at 11 AM), buy the album, get a wristband for the show, then come back at 1:30 PM when doors to the venue open.

50 Cent @ Webster Hall
This is the release show for 50 Cent's new album, Animal Ambition, which may not be as good as 50's earlier material but hopefully he'll include some of those favorites too.

Pygmy Lush, Nervous, Braveyoung @ Saint Vitus
It's a great gill at Vitus tonight with Pygmy Lush, the folk/post-rock band made up of members of screamo bands, post rock The Body collaborators Braveyoung, Oakland hardcore band Nervous (mems Loma Prieta, Lewd Acts), and CT's Nerveshatter.

Comedy Night @ Knitting Factory
Big league comedy talent (Chris Rock, Louis CK, etc) show up regularly (and unannounced) for Hannibal's very popular free comedy show at Knitting Factory's front bar. Having had his own Comedy Central special and a featured performer on Broad City, Hannibal himself is getting pretty big league. Get there early.

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

For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.

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June 7, 2014

King Khan at Austin Psych Fest 2013 (more by Tim Griffin)
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You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Governors Ball @ Randall's Island
NYC's Governors Ball continues to grow and rival the other major US festivals. It continues today for its second of three days with a ton of great artists including Jack White, Spoon, The Strokes, Disclosure, Broken Bells, Chance the Rapper, Classixx, Deafheaven, Diarrhea Planet, and plenty more.

Hamilton Leithauser, Wyatt Cenac, San Fermin @ BAM
Part of BAM's RadioLoveFest, this is WNYC's "Soundcheck" evening that mixes performance and conversation, with comedian Wyatt Cenac, former Walkmen frontman Hamilton Leithauser, and artpop combo San Fermin.

This American Life: One Night Only @ BAM
Perhaps NPR's most popular program, Ira Glass' storytelling showcase does something it's never attempted before: an evening of journalism presented as radio drama. Featuring a mini-musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda, with stories from Mike Birbiglia, SNL's Sasheer Zamata, songs from Stephin Merritt, and more.

Classixx, BAIO @ Brooklyn Bowl
One of the official Governors Ball afterparties, it's a solid double-bill of pop-friendly dance acts.

DIANA, Las Rosas, Empress Of (DJ set), Special Guest @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar
Gorilla Vs. Bear and Forest Family present tonight's BKNB line-up, headlined by a mystery headliner. Who could it be?

Needles and Pizza, Quitty & The Don'ts, Katterwhaul, Semi Femme @ Cake Shop
This show marks the debut of Semi Femme, the new band from ex-Orca Team (and recent NYC transplant) frontman Leif Anders. Unlike his old band, Semi Femme are decidedly more dark and postpunky.

Yonatan Gat, State Champion, Bueno, Scupper @ Death by Audio
Yonatan Gat of Monotonix celebrates the release of his solo debut EP, Iberian Passage which was inspired by Brazilian cult band Os Mutantates and the improvisational spirit of Miles Davis

Angel Haze, The Death Set, Bad Rabbits @ House of Vans
Rapper Angel Haze's debut album Dirty Gold is pretty good, but her live shows and freestyles are where it's at, so tonight should be a blast. Don't miss dancepunks The Death Set either.

Earlwolf (feat. Tyler, the Creator & Earl Sweatshirt), The Internet @ Irving Plaza
The Odd Future guys are still putting on memorable hip hop shows, and if you don't think their schtick is up yet, you should dig the craziness that is about to ensue.

Bill Orcutt, Glenn Jones, Mark McGuire, Matthew Mullane, Anthony Pasquarosa @ Issue Project Room
Tonight's a showcase of acoustic guitar talent presented by label e Vin Du Select Qualitite.

King Khan & The Shrines, Red Mass, Vomit Squad @ MHOW
An excellent, all-Canadian garage-pysch-soul double bill with the wild and awesome King Khan & the Shrines, plus Montreal true believers Red Mass. This is their second of two NYC shows.

Andrew Bird, Tift Merritt, Alan Hampton @ Rough Trade (early nad late)
Andrew Bird's new band The Hands of Glory is an old timey acoustic configuration featuring Tift Merritt, Alan Hampton, Bowl of Fire alumnus Kevin O'Donnell, and Eric Heywood on pedal steel." Tonight they play two Rough Trade shows (6:30 PM and 10 PM) with Tift opening the first and Alan opening the second.

Janka Nabay, Guardian Alien, Sunwatchers @ Secret Project Robot
Bubu musician Janka Nabay headlines this highly ecclectic bill also featuring Greg Fox's avant garde combo Guardian Alien and drony horn ensemble Sunwatchers.

Meyhem Lauren, Buckwild @ The Studio at Webster Hall
Meyehm Lauren & Buckwild just put out the killer Silk Pyramids LP which sounds straight out of the '90s and is hard as hell. It features some other local faves including Action Bronson, Heems and Troy Ave. Hopefully at least one of them shows up for this.

O'Death, VietNam, Shilpa Ray, Fletcher C. Johnson @ The Wick
It's a varied bill at The Wick with dark alt-country/bluegrass band O'Death, long-running NYC artists Vietnam and Shilpa Ray, and guitar pop songwriter Fletcher C Johnson.

Summer Thunder w/ Pissed Jeans, Cold Fronts @ Union Pool
Summer Thunder is back at Union Pool for another sunny season of free outdoor daytime shows. This should be a wild one, as it's headlined by beer-flinging punks Pissed Jeans. The fun starts at 2 PM but don't expect bands to go on till later.

Chimurenga Renaissance, Smoota @ Union Pool
Shabazz Palaces member Tendai ("Baba") Maraire now also has another group, Chimurenga Renaissance, who make out-there rap not unlike Shabazz.

Concrete Mascara, Swallowing Bile, Aischrolatreia, Swollen Organs, Penchant, :M:, Vat, Nick Klein @ Trans-Pecos
Sonic masochists can get a fix of bloody eardrums with a night of noise and power electronics at Trans Pecos, with eight acts--six from NYC--and a DJ set going late into the night.

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

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June 6, 2014

Outkast at Sasquatch 2014 (more by Chris & Rae Graham)
Outkast

You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Governors Ball @ Randall's Island
NYC's Governors Ball continues to grow and rival the other major US festivals. It returns today for its first of three days with a ton of great artists including a long-awaited reunion set from Outkast (unfortunately at the same time as Blur/Gorillaz main man Damon Albarn), TV on the Radio, Grimes, Phoenix, Neko Case, La Roux, Jenny Lewis, Washed Out, Janelle Monae, Kurt Vile, and plenty more.

King Khan & The Shrines, Red Mass @ LPR
An excellent, all-Canadian garage-pysch-soul double bill with the wild and awesome King Khan & the Shrines, plus Montreal true believers Red Mass. This is their first of two NYC shows.

Diarrhea Planet, Music Band, Black Wine, GODS @ Asbury Lanes
Nashville garage rockers Diarrhea Planet are one of those bands you "have to see live" and from their raging stage show, it's clear why.

The Spook School, Heathers, Lost Gloves, Light Therapy @ Matchless
This show features two of the highlights of the just-passed NYC Popfest: Scotland's The Spook School make punky indie pop and feature a drummer who could probably host a TV show if rock n' roll doesn't work out; Heathers make scrappy indie rock a la The Wedding Present (who they just might cover).

Syd tha Kyd, White Sea @ Baby's All Right
Interesting double bill at Baby's tonight with a set from Odd Future's Syd tha Kyd and another from White Sea, aka Morgan Kibby's (of M83) other band.

Fucked Up, Big Ups, In School @ Bowery Ballroom
Fucked Up's got a new album out, Glass Boys, which may be their closest yet to a straightforward rock record. But none of that should matter tonight because whether or not Fucked Up are at their most ambitious or just playing it straight, their live shows are a big, sweaty mess of a party. Both openers are good too.

Washed Out, Wunder Wunder @ Brooklyn Bowl
This official Governors Ball afterparty sounds like a chill, danceable evening with Portlandia themesters Washed Out's mellow beats.

Ejecta, Lee Bannon, Dent May, Braveyoung, DJ Gravves, Shaun Durkan (DJ
Set) @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar

Gorilla Vs Bear and Forest Family are curating tonight's BKNB show featuring the clothing-optional dancepop of Ejecta, and Mississippi's under-appreciated Dent May. Free and all-ages.

Delay, Shellshag, Martha, Giant Peach @ Death by Audio
Great bill at DbA tonight with indie rock-leaning pop punks Delay, NYC DIY vets Shellshag, UK indie popsters Martha (who were a highlight of Popfest last weekend), and local indie rockers Giant Peach.

Salt-n-Pepa, Oxymorrons @ Highline Ballroom
Still with the original line-up, hip hop trio Salt n' Pepa should treat tonight's crowd to their stable of teriffic '80s and '90s hits like "Push It," "Whatta Man" and ""Let's Talk About Sex."

AlunaGeorge, Trippy Turtle @ Irving Plaza
AlunaGeorge may be best known for their contribution to Disclosure's "White Noise," but their Body Music LP has plenty of its own good material too.

R Stevie Moore, Jody, Xenia Rubinos, DONCHRISTIAN, Little Band of Sailors, Jimmy Whispers, Alta Vida, DJs JayTram, LeBlaze & Molent Death, Living Things, Rowan, VHVL @ Knockdown Center
A lot of artists on this show at Queens venue Knockdown Center, notably including home recording/lo-fi pioneer R Stevie Moore and eccentric singer/songwriter Xenia Rubinos.

Kayo Dot, Bent Knee @ Littlefield
Kayo Dot's experimental metal pulls from tons of genres outside of metal and makes for a very weird, but totally mesmerizing mix. Always a good live band.

Saintseneca, Memory Map @ Mercury Lounge
Saintseneca aren't drastically different from Arcade Fire, Fleet Foxes, Neutral Milk Hotel and the like, but while all too many bands doing "indie folk" lately are taking the mainstreamized, Mumford-style approach, Saintseneca's DIY style is very appreciated.

James Blake (DJ set), 1-800-Dinosaur, Airhead, Dan Foat, Mr Assister @ Output
James Blake is now as much a singer/songwriter as he is an electronic producer or DJ, but it's worth remembering he's still very good at the latter.

Jucifer, cleanteeth, Mammal @ The Acheron
Sludge duo Jucifer may only have two people, but from the stacks of amps the guitarist packs the stage with, they can still create a massive wall of sound.

Majical Cloudz, Dutch E Germ @ The Studio at Webster Hall
Canadian duo Majical Cloudz are getting ready to go on tour with Lorde -- a strange double bill for anyone who's seen their intense live performances. Here's a chance to see them in a much smaller setting than in the fall.

Nosaj Thing, Martyn, Sebastian Tamayo, Matrixxman @ Verboten
Good electronic bill at Verboten tonight with the hip hop-inspired Nosaj Thing, Dutch dubstepper Martyn, NY's multi-genre Sebastian Tamayo, and San Francisco house producer Matrixxman.

Smokey Robinson @ Beacon Theatre
Singer of some of the best songs with "Tears" in the title -- among many other greats -- Smoky Robinson is a true legend.

Andrew Bird @ BAM
With a new album of Handsome Family covers out now, Andrew Bird plays tonight as part of BAM's RadioLoveFest. Of note, Tift Merritt (no slouch in her own right) is currently part of Bird's band.

Typefighter, Sega Genocide, Pow Wow!, Paper Fleet
DC's Typefighter recently put out their debut album, The End of Everything, which is full of catchy, distorted guitar rock.

Eric Duncan, JDH, Andrew Blancato @ Cameo
It's a FIXED party at Cameo with James Murphy's pal Eric Duncan and more.

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

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June 5, 2014

Doldrums at Bowery Ballroom in May (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Doldrums

You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Kurt Vile and The Violators, Steve Gunn @ Brooklyn Bowl
Kurt Vile's take on folk rock recalls the classics but at this point he's got a sound of his own. Tonight's a great chance to catch him somewhere far more intimate than the very large Governors Ball he plays this weekend.

Doldrums, Moon King, Eola, Empress Of (DJ Set) @ Baby's All Right
It's all in the family at this show with Doldrums (aka Airick Woodhead), and Moon King (the band with Woodhead's brother, Daniel). Both members of Moon King also play in the current Doldrums line-up and, believe it or not, this is the first-ever show where both bands have been on the same bill.

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard @ Baby's All Right
Stick around after Doldrums for seven-strong Aussie outfit King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, who make psych-rock not unlike Black Angels or the BJM. This is the first of their June "Brooklyn Summer Fun Residency."

Modern Baseball, Tiny Moving Parts, The Hotelier, Sorority Noise @ Webster Hall Marlin Room
It's a stacked night for emo with the lyrical folk/pop/punk of Modern Baseball, mathy post-hardcore trio Tiny Moving Parts, the dead-serious, socially aware emo/pop punks The Hotelier, and the scrappy power pop-leaning Sorority Noise.

Neil Degrasse Tyson, Eugene Mirman @ Beacon Theatre
Neil deGrasse Tyson and Eugene Mirman have been doing a live version of space-oriented radio show "Star Talk" for some time, though Tyson is a lot better known these days, thanks to the reboot of science series Cosmos. Tonight's edition features special guests Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., His Holiness The Gyalwang Drukpa and more.

Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, Syd Arthur @ Bowery Ballroom
Sean Lennon's band The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger make pop that is, well, Beatlesque. Tonight's show also features a band with another relative of rock royalty, Syd Arthur, the psychedelic UK quartet whose violinist is Kate Bush's nephew.

Curtis Harvey, Eamon Hamilton, Lost Tapes @ Cake Shop
Curtis Harvey was previously in '90s-era slowcore vets Rex, folk rock supergroup Pullman, and now he makes gentle folk on his own. Opening tonight's show is BrakesBrakesBrakes singer Eamon Hamilton, as well as Spain's Lost Tapes who are still in town after their NYC Popfest appearance last weekend.

Hector's Pets, Music Band, A Rex & J Rex, Organs @ Death by Audio
NYC garage rockers Hector's Pets recently released their new album Pet-O-Feelia and will probably play a lot of that tonight at this show that also features A. Rex and J. Rex, and Organs.

Questlove (DJ set), Curtis Harding (DJ set), AlunaGeorge (DJ set) @ Gansevoort Park Avenue Pool Bar
This is a Governors Ball pre-party on the swanky Gansevoort Park rooftop which is free if you RSVPEed to RSVP@nightswimnyc.com.

Peanut Butter Wolf, Sinkane (DJ Set), Chits @ Glasslands
Stones Throw founder Peanut Butter Wolf gets the dancefloor moving at Glasslands tonight.

Disclosure (DJ Set), Kaytranada, Jubilee @ Output
Disclosure have become quite the festival band, as anyone going to Governors Ball this weekend can see, but their late-night DJ sets are always a hit too, and before GovBall you can experience that at Williamsburg dance club Output tonight.

Pro Era @ Red Hook Park (FREE)
Pro Era may have young members (one of which is Joey Bada$$) but they rap like it's still the decade they were born in (the '90s). Tonight's show is a Summerstage show and it's totally free.

Molly & The Zombies, Dave Hause, Jared Hart @ The Bell House
It's no secret that Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon is as (or maybe more) into folk as the punk and heartland rock of his main band. His new band Molly & the Zombies (also feat. members of Scissor Sisters, Plow United, Ryan Adams/Grace Potter's bands) gives him a chance to fully commit to that type of music. Tonight's their first NYC show, and it's with Loved Ones frontman Dave Hause and Scandals frontman Jared Hart.

Herzog, Black Brick, Shark Week, Grave Pool @ Bowery Electric
Cleveland indie rockers Herzog are back with a genuinely terrific new album, Boys, that recalls the heyday (and hooks) of '90s college radio with great lyrics to boot.

Life Size Maps, Grand Resort, Hard Nips, Beiju @ The Studio at Webster Hall
Underrated locals Life Size Maps headline this all-around quality show that also features indiepoppers Grand Resort and the in-your-face Hard Nips.

Dysrhythmia, Many Arms, Mick Barr/Marc Edwards @ Saint Vitus
It's gonna get weird and heavy at Vitus tonight with out-there metal band Dysrhythmia, punk-jazz combo Many Arms, and a duo set from Krallice's Mick Barr and veteran jazz drummer Marc Edwards.

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

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June 4, 2014

Celebrate Brooklyn! 2013 (more by Ryan Muir)
CB!

Two of NYC's biggest outdoor summer concert series -- Summerstage and Celebrate Brooklyn! -- are underway. Summerstage, which puts on events in a few city parks, began last night with Ty Dolla $ign playing a free show in Red Hook Park, and tonight in the same location it's Mark McGuire, Marissa Nadler and Delicate Steve (also free). Other free Summerstage shows include the BrooklynVegan-sponsored Duck Down BBQ w/ Boot Camp Clique (6/10, Betsy Head Park), Andrew Bird and Luke Temple (7/8, Central Park), and Blood Orange (8/16, Central Park), plus paid Central Park/Rumsey Field shows such as BeckConor Oberst / DawesCounting Crows / Toad the Wet Sprocket, and more. Flyer for June Summerstage shows, below.

Celebrate Brooklyn!, meanwhile, kicks off tonight (6/4) with Janelle Monae playing a free show at Prospect Park Bandshell. Other upcoming free shows in Prospect Park include Dum Dum Girls, Hospitality & TEEN on June 21, Warpaint and Yellowbirds on June 26, Deltron 3030 and Nomadic Massive on July 19, and St. Vincent and San Fermin on August 9. There are also a few big Celebrate Brooklyn! benefit shows as well, like The National, Neutral Milk Hotel, and Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds.

Summerstage June flyer below...

Continue reading "Summerstage & Celebrate Brooklyn! both underway"

Janelle Monae at The Apollo in 2013 (more by Luis Ruiz)
Janelle

You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Janelle Monae @ Prospect Park Bandshell (FREE)
The 2014 season of Celebrate Brooklyn! shows at Prospect Park kick off tonight with a free one from art pop/R&B shapeshifter Janelle Monae. Janelle's shows are often quite the spectacle, and this sounds like quite the way to kick off this stacked series of free outdoor shows.

Mark McGuire, Marissa Nadler, Delicate Steve @ Red Hook Park (FREE)
Janelle has some competition though. This free Summerstage show (happening in Red Hook Park) is also a killer lineup, with the ambient guitar of former Emeralds member Mark McGuire, the dreary dream-folk of Marissa Nadler, and the jammy Delicate Steve.

Nat Baldwin, Celestial Shore, Anawan @ Baby's All Right
You may know Nat Baldwin as a member of Dirty Projectors, but his upright bass playing informs quite the eccentric solo project too.

Kishi Bashi, Buried Beds @ Bowery Ballroom
Volinist Kishi Bashi brings his layered, multi-instrument indie pop back to NYC tonight for a sold out show at Bowery Ballroom.

Tomorrows Tulips, Roya (Rahill of Habibi), VBA, Las Rosas @ Cake Shop
Costa Mesa, CA trio Tomorrows Tulips make lo-fi indiepop with a flower power bent, as can be heard on last year's, Experimental Jelly, which came out on Burger Records. Fans of Beat Happening, TV Personalities, The Vaselines...this is for you.

Turnip King, Mitski, Clearance, Free Cake For Every Creature @ Death by Audio
Tonight's DbA show is split genre-wise between the trad-style indie rock of Turnip King and Clearance and the singer/songwriter twee of Double Double Whammy (also home to Frankie Cosmos) labelmates Mitski and Free Cake For Every Creature.

Education Reform, Herzog, Meghann Wright, Sinaloha @ Glasslands
Cleveland indie rockers Herzog are back with a genuinely terrific new album, Boys, that recalls the heyday (and hooks) of '90s college radio with great lyrics to boot.

Banks, Jerome LOL @ Irving Plaza
The indie-R&B world continues to grow rapidly and Banks is one of the many singers hopping on that bandwagon. LA producer Jerome LOL (who has remixed Banks) opens the show.

Hippy, Little Racer, The Teen Age, Mainland, Bluffing @ Pianos
Brooklyn band Little Racer have been at it for a while now, making very catchy, UK-inspired guitar pop. Tonight's the first show of their June residency at Pianos, with a high-quaility lineup of poppy indie rock bands surrounding them.

The Austerity Program, Mockingbird, Force and Fire, Scowl @ Saint Vitus
The Austerity Program are finally back with a new album (and a new label), and from the sounds of the singles they've put out so far, their noise/post-hardcore blend hasn't gotten any less killer.

The Queers, The Manges, Chumped @ Grand Victory
'90s-era Ramones lovers The Queers will squeeze into the tiny Grand Victory tonight on their tour with The Manges. Solid local support comes from Chumped, whose real-deal pop punk recalls the same era that birthed The Queers.

Big Terrific Comedy Show @ Cameo Gallery
Max Silvestri hosts the free weekly comedy show in the back of Williamsburg's Lovin' Cup. No word on who's performing tonight, but Max usually lets us know via his Twitter.

Eddie Pepitone, Colin Quinn, Sean Patton, Nick Turner @ The Bell House
Known as "The Bitter Buddha," Eddie Pepitone keeps his comedy dark. He's shooting a comedy special over the course of two nights, this being the second.

Modern Baseball, Tiny Moving Parts, The Hotelier, Sorority Noise @ Asbury Lanes
It's a stacked night for emo with the lyrical folk/pop/punk of Modern Baseball, mathy post-hardcore trio Tiny Moving Parts, the dead-serious, socially aware emo/pop punks The Hotelier, and the scrappy power pop-leaning Sorority Noise. Tonight they're in NJ, and tomorrow they hit NYC.

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

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