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Ceremony at Warsaw in 2012 (more by Joe McCabe)
Ceremony

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

Plaid @ LPR
In UK electronic duo Plaid's 20+ year career, they've collaborated with/remixed Bjork, Goldfrapp, Unkle, Portishead, and many more. Tonight the Warp-signed duo return to LPR.

Wilsen, Icewater, Jennah Bell, Kennan O'Meara @ Baby's All Right
It's a busy night at Baby's, with three separate shows. The first features two bands specializing in etheral pop: Wilsen and Icewater.

Yonatan Gat, Mandingo Ambassadors @ Baby's All Right
Then at 10 PM it's Show #2 with Monotonix's Yonatan Gat...

Celeste, Starchild @ Baby's All Right
...and then late night (midnight doors) it's Starchild who has toured as a singer with Blood Orange and Solange.

Ceremony, Nothing, Iron Lung, Bad Side @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar
There's a killer (and free!) show at Brooklyn Night Bazaar tonight with the wild PV-turned-garage-punks Ceremony, heavy shoegazers Nothing, powerviolence duo Iron Lung, and Philly hardcore band Bad Side.

Matthew Sweet, Tommy Keene @ City Winery
It's a double-dose of jangly power-pop and keen songwriting chops. Matthew Sweet, with his '90s hit "Girlfriend," is the better known of the two, but in certain circles Tommy Keene is held in very high regard.

The Sheiks, Iyez, The Chickenhawks, Speedo @ Death by Audio
Memphis garage rockers The Sheiks recently recorded a new 7" with Jack Oblivian, and their singer also plays in Ex Cult.

Bill Nye (The Science Guy) @ Irving Plaza
A PBS kids TV superstar in the '90s, Bill has seen a resurgence lately (we could use more science in the world) and will be doing three sold-out nights at Irving Plaza, this is the first.

Omar S, Luke Hess, OG Ignitt, Turtle Bugg @ Output
While much of the deep house world continues to move closer to pop, Omar S heads in the other direction, making more stylistically underground material, still of course with masterful production.

Speculator, Cool World, Advaeta, Jerry Paper, Sunflower Bean @ Palisades
Low fi LA band Speculator headline tonight's Palisades lineup; get there early to catchy the warmly psychedelic pop of Sunflower Bean.

CYMBALS, Ume, Midnight High, The Cosmonauts, Sideways Revolt, David Baron @ Pianos
UK band CYMBALS make dancerock not too far off from Hot Chip and they were good when we caught them back in March. Tonight's show is with Austin power trio Ume. One note: the Cosmonauts on this show are NOT the California psych band signed to Burger.

Frankie Cosmos, Infinity Shred, Chumped, Chappo, Field Mouse, Dead Stars, Shark?, Marvin Berry and The New Sound, Gunfight, Michael Jordyn and Greg, The Teen Age, Happy Lives, ONWE, Big Neck Police, Huge Pupils, Retail, Scherzo, Cal Fish @ Radio Bushwick (Gigawatts Festival)
The four-day Gigawatts Festival started yesterday but kicks into high gear tonight with a huge line-up of bands. We like Field Mouse, Dead Stars, Frankie Cosmos, The Teen Age and Shark? in particular.

OOIOO, Lichens, Ryan Sawyer @ Rough Trade
Led by Yoshimi of Boredoms, OOIOO have been around since the '90s, making highly-rhythmic, experimental music with each new album rarely sounding like its predecessor. The band released Gamel last year in Japan (their first since 2009) which is based around the ancient instrument, the gamelan, and is said to be the most representative of the band's live sound.

I Am The Avalanche, Somos, Rust Belt Lights @ Saint Vitus
I Am The Avalanche headline this sold out show, and if you dig them, we recommend getting there early for Somos too. Their punk/indie mix should fit the bill well.

Calvin Love, Las Rosas @ South Street Seaport
The Seaport Music Festival today brings Edmonton's synthy/twangy Calvin Love for an early evening show. If you've never caught Brooklyn's garagey Las Rosas, here's a good chance to do so (they're worth seeing). FREE, music starts at 7 PM.

Flume, Sweater Beats, Goldlink @ Terminal 5
Australian producer Flume saw a HUGE bump in his career recently, partially thanks to a Lorde remix. Tonight's his third of three sold out Terminal 5 shows this week, and it's worth showing up on time for rapper Godlink.

Gogol Bordello, Man Man @ The Space at Westbury
The always-wild gypsy punks Gogol Bordello don't hit NYC on their current tour, but they'll be nearby for three area shows, this being the first. The eccentric Man Man will be a good fit too.

Matthew Dear, Trus'me, Ryan Elliot, Will Calcutt, Jakub Alexander @ Verboten
Matthew Dear is a maker of both heady electronic music and poppier stuff too. Given the lineup and location, we have a feeling he'll be focusing on the former tonight.

Netherlands, D'nt, Max Low & the Electric Lights, Flesh @ Grand Victory
Timo Ellis fronts this excellent synth-fueled heavy punk band. Embrace your squelchy side at their show tonight.

Mortals, Godmaker, Mammal @ The Acheron
Sludgy chuggers Mortals recently dropped their sophomore LP on their new label home of Relapse and it's a good one. They celebrate the record in their hometown tonight.

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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Black Bear Bar only has 4 pics on Facebook. This is one of them
Black Bear Bar

As Ted Chase first told me, the Northside Festival showcase happening in the front room of what used to be Public Assembly (but is now called Black Bear Bar) was shut down by the police on Friday night, presumably due to noise. Yes, that's the same Friday the 13th full moon evening that Omar Souleyman postponed due to "travel issues" and The War on Drugs/Woods show postponed due to rain. We opened doors at Baby's All Right a bit late that night and Little Big League broke a string, but we were otherwise lucky. The BrooklynVegan showcase that night with Operators, mostly went off without a hitch.

Locals EULA were the band that was playing when the police turned the power off at Black Bear. Luckily for Eula fans, there's another chance to catch the band this week, and the band says, "for anyone who missed our epic 1 song set at Northside, we will be extending our set on thursday." The Thursday show they're referring to is the 6/19 show at Trans Pecos in Queens which we mentioned in a post about guitarist Alexander Turnquist who is also on the bill along with his collaborator Christopher Tignorm, and Advaeta.

EULA are releasing a new 7", "Orderly" b/w "Meadows", on July 15th via Bloodmoss Records (whose showcase they played in May). It was produced by Swans/Sonic Youth producer Martin Bisi, and EULA's next show after Thursday is the release show on July 31st at the same DIY venue Trash Talk played last night, Palisades in Brooklyn. Big Ups, Pile, and Courtship Ritual are also on that bill.

Listen to "Orderly" now, below...

Continue reading "Police shut down Black Bear Bar show, so EULA will play extra long Thursday (maybe tracks off their new 7")"

by Bill Pearis

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Seattle band Orca Team broke up in late 2012, with frontman Leif Anders forming the short-lived Week of Wonders. Anders moved to Brooklyn last year and now has a new band, Semi Femme. Where both Orca Team and Week of Wonders put a black turtleneck on sunshine pop, Semi Femme embrace the dark side, with minor chords, dissonant melodies and driving postpunk basslines. You can stream their debut EP, Cotillion, below.

Semi Femme play their first live show on Saturday (6/7) at Cake Shop with Quitty & the Don'ts, Portland's Needles & Pizza, and Katterwhaul. The band have a couple other shows lined up as well: The Flat on June 19 with Rodeo Jones, Ohligans, and BRNDA; then they'll open for Ought and Dub Thompson at Baby's All Right on July 11 (tickets); and then Death by Audio on July 31 with Miami Dolphins, Advaeta and Killer Bob.

Then in September, Semi Femme will be out on tour that concludes at Brooklyn's Silent Barn on September 25 with Jackie Paper and Eastern Hollows. All dates, plus song streams and flyers, below...

Continue reading "Semi Femme (ex-Orca Team) released debut EP, playing shows, opening for Ought in Brooklyn (dates, streams)"

by Ian Chainey

Alex Turnquist

Last year, there was some doubt whether Idaho-born, Upstate New York-based guitarist Alexander Turnquist would play again. The ulnar nerve is his left hand required an operation, forcing the young man to relearn his craft. Operation done, back to playing, right? Not quite. When it rains, it pours. Shortly into his recovery, he was hospitalized with a serious case of meningitis. Despite the setbacks, he persevered.

Flying Fantasy, Turnquist's newest album out on June 10 through Western Vinyl (preorder), is a testament to what a tragedy it would've been if he was silenced. Like his other works, Flying Fantasy combines the busy picking of American primitive guitar pioneered by John Fahey, the modern classical minimalism of Steve Reich, and the ruminative, reflective qualities of a new-age composer such as Lubomyr Melnyk. Yet, for all of these influences, Flying Fantasy sounds like Alexander Turnquist more than ever. He's come out the other side of unfortunate circumstances with a fresh respect for sound. In fact, it's the sound of someone not taking anything for granted. Turnquist infuses every tone with himself, knowing there might be a time when there isn't anything left to give.

This creative drive is nowhere clearer than on "Red Carousel." Based on Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes, a story of acceptance, "Red Carousel" also displays Turnquist's full arsenal as a composer and arranger. It opens with his wistful, melancholy picking on a 12 string guitar. James Blackshaw is the common comparison, but it also comes across like a guttier Don Bikoff. Soon, Turnquist takes off, ramping up the speed to create a downpour of tones. A percussive piano is added to dot the 'i's and cross the 't's. Then they're joined by long, legato french horn lines, acting as a suitable counter. When the cello comes in, you savor the overtones. At four minutes, Turnquist breaks it all down and turns his guitar's timbre in that of a thumb piano. It's a great refresher, and gives him the space to pull out all of the stops in the track's second half. After the breather, he rebuilds: in comes piano, cello, horn, wordless singing. The song goes and goes and goes until it spills over, allowing one last tone to vibrate into nothingness. That nothingness isn't taken for granted. It's a nothingness that could've been Turnquist's fate. Thankfully, it wasn't.

Alexander Turnquist has a few shows coming up including one at Trans Pecos in Queens on June 19 with Christopher Tignor, who contributed to Flying Fantasy, will be playing new solo material at the show (and at the show he plays with Alex in Hudson four days earlier). The Trans Peco date also includes Advaeta and Eula. Tickets are $8 at the door.

Before that you can catch Alexander and a film on the roof of the Old American Can Factory as part of Rooftop Films. Tickets for the June 13 event are available, and include live music before a screening of a documentary exploring the making of Man Ray's 1926 film Emak Bakia.

Stream "Red Carousel", making its premiere in this post, along with "Wildflower" (which premiered at Pitchfork), two older Turnquist selections and the list of dates, below...

Continue reading "Alexander Turnquist back with a new LP, playing shows (dates & a new song stream)"

The Horrors at ATP I'll Be Your Mirror 2011 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Horrors

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

The Horrors, Spires @ House of Vans
The Horrors' new album, Luminous, continues their don't-look-back escape from their garagey beginnings, and heads further into widescreen, groovy (at times Bunnymen-eque) pop. The record is out next week but you can get an early taste tonight. A free show, but RSVP is full. If you're going, be sure to get there for likeminded Brooklynites Spires.

David Lynch @ Brooklyn Academy of Music
The acclaimed director will be talking with the New York Public Library's Paul Holdengräber about "his many passions, including painting, music, Transcendental Meditation, and, of course, film." We hope hair care comes up too. Sold out, as you might expect.

Nickel Creek, Secret Sisters @ Beacon Theater
Though Chris Thile has been very active with his band Punch Brothers for the past few years, he's now reunited with Nickel Creek who are releasing new music and touring for the first time since their 2007 breakup. Tonight they're at Beacon Theater for a sold-out show.

The Both, Nick Diamonds @ Bowery Ballroom
Ted Leo and Aimee Mann have been collaborating for a couple years now, and this year they finally got out their debut album as The Both. Tonight's the first of two NYC shows on this tour, and is sold out. Opening is a solo set from Nick Diamonds of The Unicorns and Islands.

Alden Penner, Softspot, Vassals, Xander Duell @ Glasslands
Speaking of solo sets from Unicorns members, Alden Penner also plays one at Glasslands tonight. His is in support of his new solo record, Exegesis, and this is his second NYC show of the week.

Survival, Advaeta, Public Hex, CCTV @ Death By Audio
Tonight's show is a benefit for organizers in Guatamala to Resist Gold Corp and features a host of dark, postpunky bands.

Say Hi, Big Scary @ Mercury Lounge
Barsuk labelmates Say Hi and Big Scary bring their tour to Rough Trade tonight for their first of two NYC shows this week. It's been a while since Say Hi played here, so if you've been needing to see them tonight's a good chance to remedy that.

Cosmonaut, Butter The Children, OxenFree, Cave Needles, Water @ Pianos
Local band Cosmoutnaut concludes their Pianos residency tonight, featuring support from, among others, the shoegazy pop of Butter the Children.

Jolie Holland, People Get Ready @ Union Pool
Jolie Holland, who will release her new album Wine Dark Sea on May 20, begins her residency -- which happens over the next three Tuesdays -- with support from arty pop band People Get Ready.

Styles P, Funkmaster Flex, Chris Rivers, The Incomparable Shakespeare, Fame @ The Wick
The Lox have been pretty active lately, but tonight Styles P returns to the solo format for this show at new-ish Brooklyn venue The Wick.

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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Junius at Gramercy Theatre in 2011 (more by Greg Cristman)
Junius

Boston's heavy post rockers Junius are set to release a new EP, Days of the Fallen Sun, on February 18 via Prosthetic, and they've just revealed its newest single, "Battle In The Sky." You can stream that one below, and listen to another EP cut, "Forgiving the Cleansing Meteor," over at Pitchfork. The artwork and tracklist are below as well.

Junius also have a bunch of dates coming up, including a run with A Storm of Light (fronted by Neurosis' former visual artist Josh Graham). That run brings both bands to NYC as openers on the previously discussed Caspian show at Brooklyn Night Bazaar (3/1). Since we last spoke, local indie rockers Advaeta were added to that too, and like all BKNB shows, it's FREE.

All dates are listed, along with the song stream, artwork and tracklist, below...

Continue reading "Junius releasing a new EP, touring w/ A Storm of Light, added to Caspian's free Brooklyn show (dates & streams)"

by Andrew Sacher

Palehound's new full band lineup (photo by Manny Harpin)
Palehound

Ellen Kempner's indie rock project Palehound released her impressive Bent Nail EP back in October via Exploding In Sound, and now she's set to release a new 7" for the label, Kitchen, on February 25, her first recorded with the four-piece band she plays live with. One of the things we mentioned when we first wrote about Palehound was their Speedy Ortiz connections (the singers of both bands are friends, Speedy used to be on EIS) and on "Holiest," the first single from Kitchen, the comparisons of the two bands are even more noticeable. With a very adept band behind her, Ellen can work in those mathy subtleties that Speedy mastered so well, and there's a few moments where her voice is a dead ringer for Sadie Dupuis'. Ultimately though, both are just terrific songwriters and if you like one you're bound to like the other. Check out the new song below.

As usual, Palehound has a number of local shows coming up, including one this Sunday (1/26) at Shea Stadium with Dead Wives (ft. Mike of Speedy Ortiz), Flagland and Advaeta. After that, they'll play Pianos on February 20 and 27 and then make their way south hitting other cities on their way to and from SXSW.

UPDATE: The full lineups for the Pianos shows also include Infinity Girl and What Moon Things on 2/20; and Grass Is Green, Celestial Shore, Bluffing and Howler on 2/27.

All dates are listed, along with the new song, below...

Continue reading "Palehound releasing a new 7", touring (dates & song stream)"

by Doug Moore

Notekillers @ Trans Pecos on Saturday (via @northernspyrecs)
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A few weeks back, we mentioned that Todd P has established a new, legal/up-to-code venue called Trans-Pecos in the former Silent Barn space at 915 Wyckoff Ave; the venue officially opened its doors with a Northern Spy Records-curated Gnaw/Notekillers/Psalm Zero show last week. (NSR will host a weekly show series every Thursday at the venue.) Trans-Pecos still doesn't have much of an official web presence, but a number of shows have been announced for the spot on top of the aforementioned Pop. 1280/Ukjah Drag/Herzog Rising/Nick Klein show this Thursday (12/12). Here's a rundown.

All of the following have $8 covers and will open their doors at 8 PM, except where noted...

This Wednesday (12/11)Dreams West will play with Only Edges and LAMPGOD & **L_RD//$M$.

On Friday (12/13), noted Rhode Island IDM crafter The Range (who recently released a new album) will play with Zeljko McMullen, Michael Beharie, and Diamond Terrifier. The door charge goes up to $10 for this one.

On Saturday (12/14), the aforementioned Peter Kerlin Octet/Sunwatchers/Platinum Vision lineup will be joined by all-girl Japanese rockers Hard Nips (who are nonetheless based in Brooklyn) in the headlining slot.

The following Thursday (12/19), local noisy punkers Heaven's Gate (whose debut album is pretty good) will play with locals Advaeta and Chicago noise rockers Millions.

The ensuing Friday (12/20), avant-garde ensemble Zs (whose Sam Hillmer put out a sax-based solo record in the spring) play with Cibo Matto's Miho Hatori and DJ Bubbles.

Finally, on January 3 (1/3), Kayo Dot will join Hospital Productions noise artist Lussuria and Jeremiah Cymerman for the first edition of a monthly series called "Chaos Bodies," curated by Psalm Zero bandmates Andrew Hock (of Castevet) and Charlie Looker (ex-Extra Life).

If you're curious about what Trans-Pecos has done with the former Silent Barn space, check out this Bedford and Bowery writeup. Flyer for Thursday's Pop. 1280 show is below...

Continue reading "Todd P's venue Trans Pecos opened, more shows announced (Miho Hatori, Kayo Dot, The Range, Heaven's Gate & more)"

Bill Callahan at the Allen Room in 2012 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
Bill Callahan
Goblin

Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights...

Goblin, Secret Chiefs 3 @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
It's a show that almost no one thought they'd ever see on North American shores: Italian prog rockers Goblin, whose soundtrack from Dario Argento's Suspiria is a undisputed classic. Tonight's show sold out but there are still tickets for Webster Hall tomorrow.

The New Yorker Festival
The annual compendium of erudite discussions and other fun stuff concludes tonight. Among the offerings: Paul Simon with Paul Muldoon; and a talk called "Television and Politics" with comedian W. Kamau Bell, Veep and In the Thick of It creator Armando Iannucci, The Good Wife's Robert & Michelle King, and Grey's Anatomy's Shonda Rhimes with Emily Nussbaum. Tickets to most events are sold out, but there are always a few standbys available before the show.

Old Monk, Lurve, Bad Look, Jerkagram @ Arlene's Grocery
Mathy indie rockers Old Monk headline this Bandshell-presented show. Free.

Surfer Blood, Team Spirit, Andy Boay @ Bowery Ballroom
Florida band Surfer Blood continue to crank out their Weezer-esque pop and tonight play their second of two NYC shows.

Tonstartssbandht, Jerry Paper, Florida, Sunflower Bean @ 285 Kent Avenue
Andy Boay (of Tonstartssbandht) has been on tour with Surfer Blood, having just played NYC at MHOW last night, and will play with them again tonight at Bowery Ballroom. Afterwards, Andy teams up with his brother/bandmate Edwin for a full Tonstartssbandht set at 285 Kent.

Vulture Shit, Haunted Horses, Advaeta, Echo Comets @ Cake Shop
Three solid local post-punk/punk bands Vulture Shit, Advaeta, and Echo Comets, join Seattle's Haunted Horses for a show at Cake Shop tonight.

Mannequin Pussy, Lust Cats of the Gutter, Future Punx, Kissing Is A Crime @ Death By Audio
Wild and raucous Mannequin Pussy are celebrating the release of their new EP tonight (which you can stream below). If you're heading that way, don't miss Fergus & Geronimo spinoff Future Punx who channel '80s new wave like Oingo Boingo, Wall of Voodoo and Flock of Seagulls. Don't miss Matt Molnar's (Friends, Soft Black, Pagan Rituals) post-punk project Kissing Is A Crime either.

Higgins Waterproof Black Magic Band, Chris Corsano, Daniel Carter, Demian Richardson, David Moss, Little Shalimar @ Union Pool
This is the first date of HWBMB's (side project of TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe) October residency at Union Pool which will happen every Sunday this month.

Bill Callahan, Lonnie Holley @ Webster Hall
Singing/songwriting great Bill Callahan (once known as Smog) keeps churning out great albums, and this year's Dream River is no exception. He's been on tour with outsider artist Lonnie Holley (who recently toured with Deerhunter), and tonigtht the two musicians come to NYC.

Born Gold, Headaches, Michael Parallax & Moonlasso @ The Ho_se
Spastic Canadian dance-pop project Born Gold returns with a new album, I Am an Exit, this week and celebrates with a release show in Brooklyn tonight. Check out the video for the album's single "Hunger" below.

Coltrane House benefit @ En Japanese Brasserie
This benefit brunch, hosted by Carlos Santana and featuring a live performance by Ravi Coltrane Quartet, benefits the restoration of John and Alice Coltrane's house in Dix Hills, LI.

Hannibal Buress @ 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. Get there early.

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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by Bill Pearis

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When sludgy NJ/Bushwick shoegazers Sweet Bulbs disintegrated two years ago or so, it spawned both Heaven's Gate and then Butter the Children. Heaven's Gate took some of their old band's dreamy noise, but took it in a significantly different direction. Singer Jess Paps is much more of a belter, not unlike, say, Exene Cervenka. The group began playing to her strengths and Heaven's Gate became more of punky rock band, while still using a lot of effects pedals. The band's debut album, Transmuting, came out this week and is a terrific representation of what Heaven's Gate have become -- confident, hooky, and pretty damn kick-ass. You can stream the whole thing below.

Heaven's Gate celebrate the release of Transmuting tonight (9/27) at Silent Barn with a strong undercard: LODRO, Blanche Blanche Blanche, and Extra Feeler.

Meanwhile, for those that still miss Sweet Bulbs, the band will be doing a one-off reunion during CMJ, happening at Silent Barn on October 18. The line-up's pretty good over all, with Total Slacker, ADVAETA, Honduras, TANK, Slonk Donkerson and Haybaby. It's an unofficial CMJ show (the flyer jokingly says it's two dollars more with a badge) and more info is here.

Heaven's Gate album stream below...

Continue reading "Heaven's Gate released their debut LP (stream it), playing NYC tonight; Sweet Bulbs playing reunion show during CMJ"

Perfect Pussy

Last month, we posted a stream of I Have Lost All Desire For Feeling, the debut demo/EP of Syracuse noise punks Perfect Pussy, whose lineup includes ex-members of the similarly great Shoppers, before they played a Labor Day (9/2) show in Brooklyn at 285 Kent with Psychic Blood and Weed Hounds. The band have since announced that they'll be coming back around these parts in early October. First they'll play Shea Stadium on October 3 with two solid local bands, My Teenage Stride and Advaeta, and Cincinnati's Tweens.

Then, they'll open the previously discussed Potty Mouth show happening at 285 Kent on October 5, which makes for a great double bill. Tickets for that show are still available. Potty Mouth's debut album, Hell Bent, is out now and it can be streamed at NPR. Perfect Pussy's EP can be streamed below.

Meanwhile, Tweens will be back in NYC to open the Bowery Ballroom (11/5) stop on Black Lips' tour (tickets).

Continue reading "Perfect Pussy playing NYC shows w/ Potty Mouth & Tweens"

Neko Case in Long Island in 2011 (more by Greg Cristman)
Neko Case

Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights...

Neko Case, AC Newman @ Radio City Music Hall
Neko Case has another lovely album under her belt -- The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You -- and will play one of NYC's most regal venues. Her New Pornographers bandmate, AC Newman, opens the show.

Matias Aguayo, JDH & Dave P @ Le Poisson Rouge
Matias Aguayo has been making quality music for years, both as a solo artist and also as one half of German duo Closer Muzik, but his career got a bit of a boost (at least in North America) when he collaborated with Battles to sing lead on their song "Ice Cream." Tonight he returns to NYC for a FIXED party.

'We Have An Anchor' @ BAM
Jem Cohen presents his new work as part of BAM's Next Wave Festival, a cinematic tribute to Nova Scotia with live music by a band that reads like an ATP line-up: Guy Picciotto (Fugazi), Jim White (Dirty Three), Efrim Manuel Menuck and Sophie Trudeau (Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Thee Silver Mt. Zion), and more. Tonight's the first of three performances and tickets are still available.

Vista Chino, Black Pussy, Kings Destroy @ Bowery Ballroom
For a while, John Garcia and Brant Bjork of stoner metal legends Kyuss were operating as Kyuss Lives, but they've since changed the band's name to Vista Chino, and also just released a new album, Peace?.

Porches, Laser Background, Isadora, What Moon Things @ Cake Shop
Local "bummer-pop" band Porches have been having a pretty good year with the recognition they've been getting for their new album, and tonight they've got another of their many hometown shows, happening at Cake Shop.

Allah-Las, Reverbation (DJ set) @ Mercury Lounge
Los Angeles' Allah-Las do a great job of making '60s West Coast pysch pop their own, as heard on last year's debut album. They play two shows at Mercury Lounge tonight, both of them sold-out.

Saves The Day, Into It. Over It., Hostage Calm @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Long-running NJ pop punks Saves the Day, who released their first album on Equal Vision since 1999's Through Being Cool this year (stream it), are in NYC tonight for a sold-out show at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Opening is Pitchfork-approved emo singer/songwriter Into It. Over It. and Hostage Calm (who also play CMJ).

SECRET HEADLINER, Iron Chic, Banquets, Chumped @ Saint Vitus
Jaded Punk, who wishes Saves the Day wold be good again, is hosting a show at Saint Vitus, not very far from MHOW, with a secret headliner and a lineup of pop punk openers, including Banquets (who opened Saves the Day's NJ holiday show in 2011). Hmmm...

UPDATE: You can now RSVP to the Jaded Punk show starting at 1 PM, and you will not be admitted without RSVP.

Okkervil River, Black Joe Lewis and the Honey Bears, Pickwick @ Terminal 5
Indie folk band Okkervil River have been at it for over a decade now, and even if their most memorable records are behind them, their newer stuff, including this year's The Silver Gymnasium, is still pretty good.

Eugene Mirman, Jim Gaffigan, Ira Glass, Monica Bill Barnes, Anna Bass, Wyatt Cenac @ The Bell House
It's once again time for the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival and tonight's kickoff event is titled "The Urbane Comedy Hour: Non-Stop Courtesy and Culture Through the Prism of Comedy." Sounds deep. Sold out.

Telepathe, Eraas, Advaeta, A Place Both Wonderful and Strange @ The Bowery Electric
Spacey duo Telepathe headline this show, but fans of gothy postpunk might want to go just to check out Eraas and Advaeta.

Lee Foss, Mosco, T.Williams, French Fries @ Output
At this point, UK house producer Lee Foss might be more famous for his "supergroup" Hot Natured, but his own music still sets off dance floors too, and he'll do that at tonight's weekly INPUT party at Output.

Carcass, Immolation @ The Gramercy Theatre
British death metal legends Carcass released Surgical Steel, their first album since reuniting, this year (and first since 1996), and it's no nostalgia act; this is one of the contenders for metal AOTY. So naturally there's a ton of excitement behind this week's NYC shows, both of which are sold out. Tonight's their second of the two shows.

Graham Nash @ City Winery
The "Nash" in Crosby, Stills & Nash, one of the songwriters in '60s pop group The Hollies, and a reputable solo artist as well, Graham Nash continues his three-night run at City Winery tonight.

Chick Corea @ Blue Note
Jazz fusion pianist Chick Corea, known for collaborations with Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, and others, continues his 6-night run at The Blue Note tonight.

DJ Clark Kent, D-Nice, Rich Medina, Stretch Armstrong, Tony Touch @ Santos Party House
Like they did last month, Santos is hosting The Originals party with DJ sets from these hip hop vets.

Elliot Sharp, Noura Mint Seymali & Jeiche Oula Chighaly, Eli Keszler @ Issue Project Room
The Issue Project Room's 10th anniversary celebration continues tonight, headlined by avant-guitarist improvisationalist, Elliot Sharp.

Rewards, Bad Girlfriend, Cheerleader, Mt. Royal @ Pianos
Bad Girlfriend are better than your average girl-group-inspired garagey combo. You can check out a few recordings from last year below. Their debut album, due early next year, is being produced Aaron Pfenning of Rewards, who also play tonight. It's all in the family.

Communication Corporation, Mannequin Pussy, Vacation Jason, Shivering Brigade @ Death By Audio
Tonight is another of The Chris Gethard Show's "Weirdest Bands We Know" shows. Question is are they the weirdest band you know?

Gate, Tom Carter, Samara Lubelski + Marcia Bassett @ Union Pool
Four experimental musicians -- Gate (Michael Morley of The Dead C), Tom Carter (of Charlambides), and the duo of Samara Lubelski (Jackie-O Motherfucker, Chelsea Light Moving) and Marcia Bassett (Double Leopards) -- team up for a show at Union Pool tonight.

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

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Kurt Braunohler @ Williamsburg Park, 2012 (more by David Andrako)
Kurt Braunohler

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Kurt Braunohler, Todd Barry, Eugene Mirman, Hannibal Buress, Nick Turner, Ted Leo (musical guest) @ The Bell House
Kurt Braunohler just released his first comedy album -- on indie rock label Kill Rock Stars -- and is hosting a release party tonight featuring a cavalcade of comedy talent, plus indie rock's friend-to-funny, Ted Leo. Sold out.

Pete Rock Vs. DJ Premier @ East River Park (FREE)
Producer, rapper and DJ Pete Rock will be at East River Park for a Lyricist Lounge-sponsored turntable battle against Gang Starr's DJ Premier.

Skibeatz & The Sensei's, Nitty Scott, Smoke DZA, DJ Bice @ Mercury Lounge
Famed hip hop producer Ski Beatz is doing another of his Mercury Lounge shows tonight, and this one includes two of NYC's better local rappers, Nitty Scott and Smoke DZA. If you're into local hip hop, there's no better option than this one tonight.

Low Fat Getting High, The Can't Tells, The Teen Age, Realtions, Samsel & The Skirt @ Pianos
The Can't Tells' August residency at Pianos wraps up today, and among other bands, it includes promising Brooklyn punk band Low Fat Getting High, who are always worth catching.

Boyfrndz, Celestial Shore, Zula, Weekend Money @ Knitting Factory
Groove-oriented Austin trio Boyfrndz aren't too far, sonically, from Bear in Heaven, making spacy rock that you can dance to, too. You can stream their new EP, Natures, below.

Baby Birds Don't Drink Milk, Guerilla Toss, Advaeta, Bambara @ 285 Kent Avenue
Noir-tinged postpunks Advaeta are about to hit the road and are playing a kickoff show tonight. Things start loud with Bambara and end on a somber note with experimental/ambient Baby Birds Don't Drink Milk.

The Detroit Cobras, The A-Bones @ Rocks Off Concert Cruises
Vets of the modern garage rock scene, The Detroit Cobras are one of the few bands to work almost exclusively with covers and still retain cool cred. They're also vets of Rocks Off parties, and partying with them on a boat sounds like a fun late summer night.

Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo @ The Paramount
Late '70s/'80s pop/rock star Pat Benatar and her longtime guitarist Neil Giraldo bring the hits to Long Island for a show at The Paramount tonight.

Fred Frith, Laurie Anderson @ The Stone
Avant-garde guitar great Fred Frith (the man behind 1974's legendary Guitar Solos) is beginning his residency at The Stone tonight, which runs through September 1. For both the early and late shows tonight (8 PM and 10 PM), Fred will be joined by art pop mastermind Laurie Anderson on violin and keyboards.

Matthew Sweet @ City Winery
Matthew Sweet went from being a college-radio cult favorite in the '80s to being a genuine alt-rock hitmaker in the '90s and gun-for-hire songwriter and guitarist in the '00s. His melodic skills and and catalog of great songs will be on display tonight.

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

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Rituals
Rituals

Toronto indie rock four-piece Rituals, who fellow Toronto band Greys are fans of, released their newest EP, Mesmerized, earlier this year. It's a solid 7-song collection with hints of post-punk and shoegaze, and they've just made a video for one of its standout tracks, "Our Blood," which makes its premiere in this post. Check it out, along with a stream of the entire EP, below.

Rituals will be heading to NYC this week for two shows with another Toronto band, Dusted, the new-ish project of Holy Fuck's Brian Borcherdt. Those shows happen on August 29 at Shea Stadium with Steel Phantoms and Lurve and August 30 at Cake Shop with LOUD Brooklyn rockers Bambara (for whom the show is an LP release) and Rarechild. Rituals' only other date at the moment is a hometown show in September with Austra.

You can also catch Bambara on Tuesday (8/27) at 285 Kent with Baby Birds Don't Drink Milk, Guerilla Toss, and Advaeta. Tickets for that show are on sale now.

All upcoming Rituals dates are listed, along with the new video and song streams, below...

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Fucked Up at House of Vans in 2011 (more by Chris La Putt)
Fucked Up

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Fucked Up, Title Fight, Hop Along @ House of Vans
This year's free House of Vans shows kick off tonight with a stacked triple billing of hardcore epics Fucked Up, genuine emo rippers Title Fight, and fuzzy folky alt-punks Hop Along. Like all House of Vans shows, this one is free with RSVP (which is now closed), but even if you've RSVPed, it's still first come, first served.

Prefuse 73 @ Output
Instrumental hip hop icon Prefuse 73 will be coming to NYC tonight to DJ the weekly Input party at Williamsburg dance club Output. These things tend to go late, so if you like to dance all night, this should be a good one. 10 PM doors. Advance tickets are still available.

Courtney Love, Starred @ Capitol Theatre
Courtney Love and Starred played their first of four NYC-area dates last night at Brooklyn's Warsaw, and the run continues tonight at Port Chester's Capitol Theatre. Check out pictures and a video of last night's Warsaw show.

Old 97s, Trapper Schoepp & The Shades @ Brooklyn Bowl
Alt-country band Old 97s will be kicking off their three-night stint at Brooklyn Bowl tonight. Each night sees the band playing a different album in full (plus other songs) with a different opener. Tonight Old 97s will perform Hitchhike to Rhome, and support comes from Trapper Schoepp & the Shades.

Keren Ann @ City Winery
Singer-songwriter Keren Ann was at City Winery back on the 20th, and she plays her second show at that venue tonight. We hear her set goes great with a bottle of the City Winery produced Keren Ann signature Cabernet Sauvignon.

Advaeta, Dark Room, Lorelle Meets The Obsolete, Bueno @ Shea Stadium
Brooklyn trio Advaeta, who are a regular on the local live circuit, are playing a release show for their new 7" at Shea tonight with sets from Dark Room, Lorelle Meets The Obsolete, and Bueno. You can stream both sides of the 7", "Gold Thought Exit" b/w "Newo" (which were recorded at the Silent Barn studio), below.

Mark Mulcahy @ Mercury Lounge
Having just released Dear Mark J Mulcahy I Love You, his first album in eight years, the onetime Miracle Legion and Polaris singer is also playing his first NYC show in ages. The new LP is terrific (stream it via Spotify) and his warm, weathered voice is always welcome. Tickets are still available.

Treetop Flyers, White Violet, Samuel Cooper @ Glasslands
London folk crew Treetop Flyers released their newest album on Partisan this week (6/25) and were at Mercury Lounge last night to celebrate. Tonight, they will be at Glasslands, with Athens, Georgia's White Violet and Samuel Cooper of local outfit Sunglasses.

Butter The Children, Huge Pupils, Poverty Hollow, Flagland @ Death By Audio
Downtown-signed pop shoegazers Butter the Children are headlining a bill at Death by Audio tonight, which is being rounded out by Poverty Hollow, and Flagland. Ovlov were initially on this show, but have been replaced by Huge Pupils.

Hugh Masekela @ Jazz Standard
Legendary horn-player Hugh Masekela was in the NYC-area for three shows this past spring, and this week he'll be actually in NYC for four nights at Jazz Standard. The first of those is tonight, and he'll be there every night through Sunday (6/30).

Q-Tip Offline @ Stage 48 Z Bar
The funky will be well-represented at Q-Tip's sold-out OFFLINE party, where the Abstract Poetic will rope in like-minded selectahs to join him behind the wheels of steel. Asses shall shake.

Peter Frampton, Robert Cray @ Beacon Theater
Back in 2011, Peter Frampton celebrated the 35th anniversary of Frampton Comes Alive, and now he's back out on the road with his Guitar Circus and special guests Robert Cray Band, Don Felder (ex-Eagles), and Byrds founder Roger McGuinn. Roger's been joining him for some classic Byrds tunes at recent shows, so hopefully we can count on that happening tonight too.

Heart, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience @ Jones Beach
Another classic rock option tonight is heading to Jones Beach (which is newly renovated due to Hurricane Sandy Damages, and recently hosted Fleetwood Mac and Rush) to catch Heart and Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience.

The Girl Can't Help It @ Videology (FREE)
There were rock n' roll movies before 1956's The Girl Can't Help It, but it was the first to not treat it like some dumb teenage fad. Smart, funny and visually inventive, with performances from Little Richard, Fats Domino, The Platters, Eddie Cochran, and Gene Vincent, it's a genuine classic. 8 PM.

Anamanaguchi, Heartsrevolution, Gildas @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Absolut Vodka is in the middle of a Williamsburg takeover, which began last Saturday (6/22), and includes a Kitsune party at Music Hall of Williamsburg tonight (6/27) with sets from Anamanaguchi, Heartsrevolution, and Gildas. The party is free, but RSVP closed yesterday, and now the only way left to get in is to find Heartsrevolution in NYC today in their one-of-a-kind crystallized ice cream truck. They have ten tickets left, and there's no word yet on where the truck will be today, but you can follow their twitter for updates.

The Absolute takeover also includes a Pride celebration on Friday (6/28) as part of NYC Pride Week.

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

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Speedy Ortiz at WBAR-B-Q in April (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Speedy Ortiz

As mentioned, Northampton, MA's Speedy Ortiz have signed to Carpark Records and will release their debut album, Major Arcana, on June 9 via their new label. The album perfects the formula Speedy Ortiz had on the Sports EP and "Ka-Prow!" 7" and tops both of those releases. That's immediately evident from the album's first single, "Tiger Tank," which starts out like the Speedy Ortiz we're familiar with, but by the chorus is bringing in melodic left-turns and powerful crashes that show how big of a force this band can really be. Listen to the song over at NPR.

As mentioned, Speedy Ortiz have a number of upcoming shows, including a few previously discussed NYC shows on May 17 at Silent Barn with Island Twins, Advaeta, Idiot Genes, and Lunchbox; Cake Shop on May 31 with two great Brooklyn bands Sleepies and Bennio Qwerty; and an unofficial Northside show on June 15 at Big Snow Buffalo Lodge.

The rest of the lineup for that Big Snow show has been announced and it includes Pile and Fat History Month (who just played NYC together), in addition to Two Inch Astronaut, Grass Is Green, Ovlov, Porches., and Hive Bent. The show is being presented by Exploding In Sound Records and Gimme Tinnitus.

Speedy were also since announced for a NYC Popfest show happening on June 1 at Public Assembly with Ringo Deathstarr, Sua, and Advaeta. Advance tickets for that show are on sale now. Popfest was supposed to be on both stages at Public Assembly, but with renovations all the other bands originally booked except Ringo Deathstarr were moved to The Bell House (more on that in a Popfest-specific post coming soon). Festival passes are still accepted.

Updated dates are listed below...

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Sleepies at Glasslands in January (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Sleepies

Brooklyn punks Sleepies play locally a lot, and they've got more hometown shows coming up with some pretty great lineups. This Tuesday (4/23) at Death by Audio, you can catch them opening for the Merge-signed Barren Girls on their previously announced tour (which also hits Cake Shop on Wednesday with Weird Womb and Prima). Advaeta is on the DBA show too. $7 gets you in at the door.

Sleepies will return to that venue on May 11 to join the previously announced lineup of Fat Creeps, Turnip King, and Zebu. Admission is $7 at the door. Both Turnip King and Fat Creeps have other upcoming NYC shows too.

Sleepies released their newest album, Weird Wild World, back in 2012 via Godmode (part of the Frenchkiss Label Group). It was produced by Ben Greenberg of fellow Brooklyn punks The Men, and along with that band and Nude Beach (who Sleepies have played with), Weird Wild World is one of the better representations of Brooklyn's current punk 'n' roll scene. The album is loaded with memorable tracks that see singer Thomas Seely snarling over huge, brash guitars, sounding fiercely sarcastic when delivering lines like "I take this all VERY seriously." But tracks like "Waste Water" prove they work in calmer settings, too.

You can stream the entire album on Noisey. Check out the music video for "Terra Firma," a live video of the band playing "Setbacks" at Death by Audio, and a stream of "Seriously," below.

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As mentioned, Virals is the new band from Shaun Hencher who used to front Sub Pop-signed Lovvers. They've got a new EP on Tough Love records that's due any time now and you can stream a couple tracks from below. There's a definite West Coast vibe to the melodies but still with that manic energy Hencher brought to Lovvers.

Virals are on their way to Austin for SXSW and have added a couple shows in NYC on the way back. They'll play 285 Kent on Monday (3/18) with Home Blitz (tickets), and Death by Audio on Tuesday (3/19) with EULA and Advaeta. The DbA show is also a fundraiser for the new Dead Herring space. All tour dates are below.

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photos by Amanda Hatfield

Hilly Eye at Glasslands - 1/26/13
Hilly Eye

Hilly Eye played a record release show for Reasons to Live, which is out now on Don Giovanni, in Brooklyn at Glasslands on Saturday (1/26) with Sleepies and Advaeta. Pictures of all three bands are in this post.

They have other shows coming up including the Don Giovanni Brooklyn showcase in February and they've been added to our BrooklynVegan-presented Thermals show at 285 Kent (3/7), which Habibi will also play. Tickets for that show are still available.

More pictures from Glasslands and an updated list of Hilly Eye dates below...

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Roomrunner at Mercury Lounge in September (more by Tracy Allison)
Roomrunner

Baltimore grunge bearers Roomrunner have two solid EPs under their belt -- 2011's self titled EP and 2012's Super Vague EP -- and they're in the process of recording their debut full length. No word on when that will come out, but presumably some time in 2013. The band are playing a few shows this January, including one in Brooklyn on January 18 at Shea Stadium with Bambara, Advaeta (who recently announced a show with with Hilly Eye and Sleepies), and Young Adults. Most of the dates on that run are with Northampton's Speedy Ortiz (who recently played NYC with Thurston Moore) but they're not on the NYC date.

Speaking of Shea Stadium and the Baltimore scene, Dope Body will be playing a show at the Brooklyn venue on December 28 with PC Worship, Osekre & the Lucky Bastards, Kntrlr, and Beach Cops.

That's one day before another Baltimore band, Ed Schrader's Music Beat (who topped Dan Deacon's Best LPs of 2012 list) plays Shea (12/29) with AMi DAng, Eola, and Psychobuildings. Ed Schrader's Music Beat also plays a Brooklyn show on January 26 at Death by Audio with Bambara and more TBA.

Streams/videos and lists of dates for all three bands below...

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Tickets for the Killing Joke show at Irving Plaza go on sale today at 10 AM.

Tickets are on sale now for the Titus Andronicus show at Glasslands on New Year's Eve. Despite what was originally announced, The So So Glos are not opening.

Ex-Titus member Amy Klein's band Hilly Eye, who play the Brooklyn Don Giovanni showcase in February, play a record release show for their upcoming Reason to Live at Glasslands on January 26 with Sleepies and ADVAETA. Tickets for that show are on sale now.

Tickets are still available for the Fucked Up show at Warsaw on Friday (12/21) with Lemuria, Night Birds, and Parquet Courts.

Tickets for Kim Gordon's project Body/Head's show at Union Pool are on sale now.

Tickets for the Geoff Rickly show at The Studio at Webster Hall with Vinnie Caruana and others are on sale now.

Tickets for the past Geoff Rickly collaborator Tim Kasher shows at Knitting Factory and Maxwell's are on sale now.

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Mutilation Rites at Saint Vitus, Nov 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Mutilation Rites

Mutilation Rites have added a last minute show with Slaughter The Prophets, Exshitence, Nerve Gas Attak, Hell Bent and Crusty P at The Swamp (258 Johnson) TONIGHT (12/7):

Mutilation Rites playing a benefit show at 258 Johnson tomorrow night - used to be the Lake. Its now called "The Swamp." It goes to a kid named Tomasz who got hit by a drunk driver on his bike and is now in a coma.

$5-$10 DONATIONS AT THE DOOR
258 JOHNSON AVE / L TO MONTROSE
DOORS 8pm / BANDS 8:30PM

In other news, Providence noise oddballs Tinsel Teeth play a two night stay in NYC this weekend, logging shows at Death By Audio tonight (12/7) with Necking, Lushes and Psychic Blood; and 255 McKibbin Lofts on Saturday (12/8) with BIG UPS, Osekre & The Lucky Bastards, Advaeta and Yeah Well, Whatever.

Support for Von show at Saint Vitus on Tuesday (12/11) has been announced, including Magic Is Küntmaster and Anicon, the latter of which features Owen Rundquist (Trenchgrinder) and Lev Weinstein (Krallice). Tickets are still available. Swing below for  streaming Anicon tracks, it's worth a listen.

Head below for all Evillive-approved shows for the next two weeks and a new Despise You video (it's a bit hard to watch and reportedly their "first and last music video").

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