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Body/Head @ Saint Vitus in June (more by Fred Pessaro)
Sharon Jones

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

Body/Head w/ Ikue Mori, Kim Gordon and Tim Barnes, J Mascis @ Issue Project Room
This is the first night of the two-night Issue Project Room benefit honoring Kim Gordon, each with different (and interesting) lineups. This one begins with a VIP reception that features Kim performing as a duo with Tim Barnes, and a solo set by Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis. Then, the regular portion of the show features Kim's Body/Head project (with Bill Nace) performing a special trio set with no wave legend Ikue Mori in tow.

Active Child, JMSN @ Bowery Ballroom
The synthy Active Child is on the road supporting his new Ropor EP, and that tour brings him to NYC for two shows this week, Bowery Ballroom tonight, and MHOW tomorrow. JMSN, who did a lot of vocals on Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city, opens both shows.

Violent End, Brain Slug, Razorheads, Pleasure Industry @ Death By Audio
Chicago's Violent End (a new band featuring members of Raw Nerve, Vile Gash, and Manipulation) headline this heavy punk bill.

Deptford Goth, Noosa, Akua @ Glasslands
Love James Blake and The xx but don't like seeing them in cavernous rooms? You might want to try Deptford Goth, who makes similarly soulful downtempo electro. Tonight's the UK musician's second-ever North American show.

Nothing Changes w/ Raspberry Bulbs, Plod Blotz @ Home Sweet Home
Raspberry Bulbs have gotten the whole "elements of black metal" thing, but like another band who gets that description (Deafheaven), they're really not much of a metal band. Deafheaven takes stuff in a shoegaze direction, but Raspberry Bulbs make nasty, aggressive punk that begs to be seen live.

Wooden Shjips, Cave @ Mercury Lounge
Long-running San Francisco psych band Wooden Shjips just released their new album, Back to Land, this week and play a release show with likeminded tourmakes Cave.

Manchester Orchestra, The Front Bottoms, O'Brother @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
This is one of three chances to catch NJ's nasally, poppy folk punks The Front Bottoms in NYC before the end of the year (though all three are sold out). They're on second, preceded by the alt-rock-leaning O'Brother and followed by emo-approved indie rockers Manchester Orchestra.

Blanche Blanche Blanche, Street Gnar, Velvet Zombie, Eola, Isn't Ours @ Silent Barn
Blanche Blanche Blanche are still riding high off the release of this year's Wooden Ball, a freaky mix of psychedelia and art pop, and they've been playing many Brooklyn shows since.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Talib Kweli, Big K.R.I.T. @ Theater At Madison Square Garden
We'll save our thoughts on Macklemore, but the openers on this tour, which hits the Theatre at MSG for three consecutive nights this week, are always worth seeing. Talib really needs no introduction, having been a mainstay in NYC rap since the '90s, and Big K.R.I.T. is one of the finest newer rappers keeping the dirty south alive and dirty.

John Fogerty @ Beacon Theatre
Rock legend John Fogerty has over four decades of music, including countless swamp rock classics penned during his time in Creedence Clearwater Revival like "Fortunate Son," "Bad Moon Rising," "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" and tons more that you'll likely hear tonight, his second of three Beacon Theatre shows this week.

The B-52's @ NYCB Theatre At Westbury
These new wave survivors remain basically a party in a can, and they'll be popping the top tonight.

Native, Solids, Bennio Qwerty @ Saint Vitus
Mathy post-hardcore noisemakers Native have been on the road for a while this year, supporting their new LP Orthodox (out now on Sargent House). Their last trip here was with shiny alt-rockers O'Brother and Daylight, but now they return for an all-around noisier bill. Solids, who just signed to Fat Possum, are a scratchy guitar/drum Canadian rock duo (that might make you think of Japandroids), and Brooklyn's post-punky Bennio Qwerty can make a pretty good racket too.

Deleted Scenes, SWF, Unicycle Loves You @ Shea Stadium
DC spaz-rockers Deleted Scenes are planning to release an LP, Lithium Burn, on February 11 via Park the Van/Nevado, but they're prefacing it with the 7" single "Stutter." Deleted Scenes recently played a hometown show with local heroes The Dismemberment Plan, and from the sounds of this song, they're a pretty great fit. Tonight the celebrate the new single with a release show at Brooklyn's Shea Stadium. Stream the track below.

Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth, Camp Lo @ B.B. King Blues Club
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth are certifiable legends of hip hop, and they've been pretty active this year (over 20 years since their classic debut), giving their home city a few chances to catch them.

Paramore, Metric, Hellogoodbye @ Madison Square Garden
Well congrats to Paramore, who have stayed huge enough to headline MSG, but the band we're most excited about on this bill is Canadian indie poppers Metric, who haven't played NYC since headlining Radio City in 2012.

Ty Dolla $ign, Vic Mensa, Deniro Farrar, DJ Getlive @ Knitting Factory
This solid rap show (which you had to enter Scion's contest to get into) features of two of finest up-and-comers in the game at the moment, Vic Mensa and Deniro Farrar, who both made a solid impression on NYC during CMJ.

Big Terrific @ Cameo Gallery
Max Silvestri hosts the free weekly comedy show in the back of Williamsburg's Lovin' Cup. No word on who's playing tonight, but you can check Max's Twitter.

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

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Little Dragon at Treasure Island 2013 (more by Autumn Andel)
Little Dragon

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

Hausu, Shadow Walker, X-Ray Eyeballs, Lost Animal, Future Punx @ 285 Kent Avenue
Portland post-punks Hausu headline this night of generally angular sounds. Get there early for openers Future Punx's '80s-loving skronky new wave.

FIDLAR, The Orwells, Shocked Minds @ Bowery Ballroom
You normally don't associate Bowery Ballroom with wild nights, but the beer-n-bong fueled antics of both FIDLAR and The Orwells should rile the crowd up pretty good. Sold out, dawg.

Guerilla Toss, Blanche Blanche Blanche, The Dreebs, Designer @ Death By Audio
New England noise descends on DBA tonight with two bands from MA (Guerilla Toss, Designer) and one originally from VT (Blanche Blanche Blanche). The Dreebs fill the requisite locals spot.

Color Film, Crush Distance, Heavenly Beat @ Glasslands
'80s-leaning Color Film (the new project of Daryl Palumbo of Long Island post-hardcore band Glassjaw) celebrate the release of their new EP with this show. If you dig the liquid bass sounds and impassioned vocals of Japan and The Associates, you may want to check them out.

Simple Minds @ Roseland Ballroom
Mind you, if you really like '80s sounds and impassioned vocals, why not go for the real bombastic deal with Simple Minds.

I Am The Avalanche, Sainthood Reps, I Hate Our Freedom, Sad and French @ Knitting Factory
And if you like Long Island post-hardcore bands not playing '80s-style new wave, this is a pretty solid post-hardcore/punk show with Long Island new(ish)comers Sainthood Reps opening for fellow, longer-running LI band I Am the Avalanche.

Little Dragon, SZA @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Swedish synth pop band Little Dragon always bring danceable tunes and a highly entertaining show, and forward-thinking R&B singer SZA (signed to TDE) is worth catching too. Sold out.

Boys Noize, Pllo @ Output
Boys Noize gets associated with the EDM scene these days, but this week he does two nights at the intimate (for his standards) Williamsburg dance club Output.

Frightened Rabbit, Augustines @ Webster Hall
The album that many say Frightened Rabbit will never top is five years behind us, but they've still got a supportive fan base (as two nights at Webster Hall, one of which is sold out, might imply) and this year's Pedestrian Verse is still pretty good.

Terror, Counterparts, Power Trip, Code Orange Kids, Manipulate @ The Studio at Webster Hall
This bill brings together a few different types of hardcore bands. Most exciting to us are the crossover thrashers Power Trip and post-hardcore noisemakers Code Orange Kids.

Wesley Stace @ City Winery
John Wesley Harding is going by his real name, Wesley Stace, again, and tonight he returns to City Winery where he often does his Cabinet of Wonders variety show, but tonight's a regular gig.

Radiolab Live w/ On Filmore, Noveller, Ophira Eisenberg @ Beacon Theatre
Once again, WNYC/NPR show Radiolab has taken its show on the road, this time with an event they're calling "Apocalyptical." In addition to hosts Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, they've brought along musicians Noveller and On Filmore, plus comedian Ophira Eisenberg for their patented blend of science, music and humor.

Philip Glass - "Songs of Milarepa" Premiere @ The Town Hall
Philip Glass' "Songs of Milarepa" is being premiered by a number of musicians in NYC tonight. More info here.

"IV-Aided Dreams" release party w/ Jorge Elbrecht @ Baby's All Right
Violens' Jorge Elbrecht will celebrate the release of his new collaborative single, "IV-Aided Dreams" (featuring Caroline Polachek) with a party at new Williamsburg spot Baby's All Right. The music video for that single will make its debut, Elbrecht will DJ and drink specials will be enjoyed by most.

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

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by Bill Pearis

dot wiggin

The Shaggs' sole album, Philosophy of the World, is perhaps the quintessential outsider art record with a backstory as interesting as the music itself (which spawned a stage musical ten years ago). After tributes and posthumous praise and references on The Gilmore Girls, the album remains a genuinely strange, created-in-a-vacuum, highly influential piece of pop culture. You can stream it in full below.

Some 44 years later, Shaggs' singer Dot Wiggin is set to release her first-ever solo album, Ready! Get! Go!, via Alternative Tentacles on October 29. That's the cover art above. It's a mix of never-recorded Shaggs' songs and new material too. You can can stream a track from it, "Speed Limit," over at Pitchfork.

Dot, who has played NYC a couple times this year, has a few dates coming up around the LP's release. That includes a NYC date at 285 Kent on November 6 with kindred musical spirit Jad Fair who will be with his former Half Japanese member Gilles Rieder, plus sets from Blanche Blanche Blanche and BEEF. Tickets are on sale now. Dot's also playing with Jad Fair in Baltimore the next night (11/7) at Otto Bar.

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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...

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Atoms for Peace @ Roseland Ballroom, 2010 (more by Bao Nguyen)
Atoms for Peace

Superchunk @ A.V. Fest 2013 (more by Jeff Ryan)
Superchunk

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

"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 second of three performances.

Atoms for Peace @ Barclays Center
Though Thom Yorke might love dancing on stage no matter what band he's in, Atoms for Peace gives him a great excuse to do so. The first album as a full band, this year's AMOK, is possibly Thom's most beat-oriented album yet. Expect to hear much of that, much of Thom's solo record, The Eraser, and some other surprises from throughout his career thrown in as well.

Superchunk, Spider Bags @ Bowery Ballroom
One of America's quintessential indie rock bands remain at the top of their game: the new I Hate Music is packed with hooks and, live, Mac can still land a flying leap off the drum riser. The first of two sold-out out shows at Bowery.

US Girls, Spacin', Onakabazien, DJs Pete Swanson & Slim Twig @ Death By Audio
Toronto experimental pop artist U.S. Girls (aka Meg Remy) is back in Brooklyn tonight to play a release show for her new EP, Free Advice Column. Also on the bill is hip hop producer Onakabazien (who collaborated with her on the new EP) and Philly garage rockers Spacin' (who, like Purling Hiss, have ties to Birds of Maya).

Aeroplane, Light Year, JDH & Dave P @ Highline Ballroom
Better known for his killer remixes -- like the one for Friendly Fires' "Paris" featuring Au Revoir Simone -- then his originals, Aeorplane (aka Belgium's Vito de Luca) is a master DJ who knows how to set a dancefloor soaring. Check out a stream of his "All Night Long" mix below

The Legendary Pink Dots, Orbit Service @ Knitting Factory
Edward Ka-Spel and Phil Knight have been making gothy, baroque psychedelia for over 30 years and remain shockingly prolific: The Gethsemane Option, is their... we actually lost count how many records they've released. Legendary indeed.

Har Mar Superstar, Reputante, Lizzo @ Knitting Factory
Entertaining goofball Har Mar Superstar can turn any place into a sweaty party, given his ability to mimic '80s R&B and funk... he can breakdance too.  Fellow Minneapolis native Lizzo opens.

The Sadies @ Mercury Lounge
These long-running and underappreciated twangy Canadians just released Internal Sounds, their 16th album in 15 years.

Le1f, Antwon, Lakutis @ Santos Party House
These three genre-defying rappers have been on tour together and tonight they hit Santos Party House.

Heaven's Gate, LODRO, Blanche Blanche Blanche, Extra Feeler @ Silent Barn
Having formed two years ago from the ashes of the short-lived (and missed) Sweet Bulbs, Heaven's Gate took their old band's droning guitar roar into new territory. Their debut, Transmuting, hit this week and is a powerhouse rock record. Tonight's the record release party, with a pretty great set of openers.

Portugal. The Man, Crystal Fighters @ Terminal 5
These proggy alt-rockers returned with a Danger Mouse-produced album earlier this year, and if you can picture what Portugal. The Man and Danger Mouse would sound like together in a studio... well that's kinda what this sounded like. Check out the weirdo-funky sounds at Terminal 5 tonight.

The Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival @ The Bell House
Night Two of the EMCF features two shows at The Bell House: early its "Startalk: Live" with hosts Neil deGrasse Tyson and Eugene Mirman welcoming a bunch of surely big name surprise guests (sold out); the late show is "Invite Them Up!" with Bobby Tisdale, Eugene Mirman, Michael Che, Mehran Khaghani, Michael Ian Black, and Todd Barry. You can still get tickets to that one.

The Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival @ Union Hall
Meanwhile at Union Hall, the Mirman Fest is happening too, and tonight's show title explains itself: "Comics Marc Maron Will Probably Resent in the Next Couple of Years," specifically Mike Lawrence, Adam Newman, Seaton Smith, Jim Tews, Kate Berlant, Ahmed Bharoocha.

Richard Thompson, Teddy Thompson @ Town Hall
Folk legend and guitar hero Richard Thompson has been touring pretty much constantly since the release of his new album, Electric, back in February. Tonight he keeps things all in the family - his talented son, Teddy, opens.

Tegan and Sara @ Starland Ballroom
Tegan and Sara have been touring behind their poppy new album Heartthrob this year, and after hitting the NYC-area a few times, tonight they're back for a NJ show at the newly-reopened Starland Ballroom.

The Suburbs, Shake the Baron @ Mercury Lounge
Secret show theorists back off! The Arcade Fire may be in town for SNL, but this is The Suburbs, the cult Minneapolis new wave band who just released the not-bad-at-all Si Sauvage, their first album in 27 years.

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.

John Zorn @ Miller Theatre
Avant-sax great John Zorn continues his Zorn at 60 concerts that have been going on all year.

toe, Birthmark @ Glasslands
Japanese post/math rockers toe have been around for over a decade, and this year they're getting a career-boost in North America, as they're re-releasing some material on Boston label Topshelf Records and touring here. Tonight's show is with Birthmark, the solo project of Nate Kinsella, who also has a long history in '00s math rock. Sold out.

Vulture Shit, Big Ups, I'm Sick, Ellis Dodi @ The Neverlands
Vulture Shit and Big Ups are two of Brooklyn's better young punk bands, and tonight they share a bill at The Neverlands (538 Johnson).

Forest Fire, Zachary Cale, Metal Mountains @ Union Pool
For those into psychedelia and folk, all three artists on this lineup do that sound well, and this one's not to miss.

Sidi Toure @ Highline Ballroom
Legendary Malian blues singer/guitarist has a new album out on Thrill Jockey, and he's currently back in North America for a tour. If you're unfamiliar, you can read more about him here.

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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Action Bronson at Coachella 2013 (more by Wei Shi)
Action Bronson

The Bushwick Block Party is returning this year on July 27 across multiple stages on Moore Street between Bogart & White. This year's party is being headlined by Queens rapper Action Bronson, and also features sets by Pictureplane, Jamaican Queens, MC Todd, Death Threat, World's Fair, Galeon, Full Service, The Moon Dudes, Big Ups, Joe Bickle and more, plus the Tiki Disco.

The party runs from noon to 11 PM, and as usual, it's being presented by Bushwick pizza place Roberta's, so there will be tons of pizza from them plus a bunch of food trucks, including one from Action Bronson. 10% of all pizza sales benefit St. John's Bread & Life. More info at the Facebook event. Flyer for the party below.

In related news, you can also catch Jamaican Queens (ex-Prussia) sooner than that when they bring their tour with Sean Nicholas Savage to Brooklyn on July 18 at 285 Kent (tickets). Since we last spoke, art pop band Blanche Blanche Blanche and Regal Degal were added to that show as well.

You can also catch Blanche Blanche Blanche with Ryan Power and Co La at Glasslands (7/14, tickets) and at Silent Barn on August 21 with Cloud Becomes Your Hand, The Great Valley, and Son of Salami.

Bushwick Block Party flyer below...

Continue reading "Bushwick Block Party 2013 lineup (Action Bronson, Pictureplane & more) +++ upcoming Blanche Blanche Blanche shows"

by Andrew Sacher

Identity Picks

Burlington, VT musician Ryan Power is set to release the followup to I Don't Want To Die, with a new album, Identity Picks, due out on June 25 via NNA Tapes. Similarly to someone like Ariel Pink or John Maus, Ryan imagines would-be '80s pop hits with a bedroom aesthetic. One album track, "The Prize," draws almost entirely from new wave-inspired pop, and on another, "New Attitude," he dives into the world of pop balladry. You can stream both of those songs below. That's the album art above.

Ryan will be celebrating the album with a record release party in Brooklyn on July 14 at Glasslands. The show is with electronic artist Co La (who also opens for Joan of Arc and for Avey Tare soon), fellow VT pop weirdos Blanche Blanche Blanche, Mexican Summer-signed Xander Duell and DJ Turkey P (of NNA Tapes). Tickets for that show are on sale now.

His only other show that we're currently aware of is another record release party in his home state. Check out those song streams below...

Continue reading "Ryan Power releasing new LP, celebrating w/ Co La & Blanche Blanche Blanche (song streams)"

Eric Copeland at Bowery Ballroom in April (more by PSquared Photography)
Eric Copeland

As you may know, all ages DIY space The Silent Barn is back in action with a new Bushwick location (603 Bushwick Ave), and they've got some pretty great shows happening this weekend (and in general).

TONIGHT (5/3), the venue will be graced by psych rockers Blues Control, Black Dice member Eric Copeland (who just opened for Akron/Family), Jackson Pollis' (of Real Estate) other project, Son of Dad, plus WFMU DJ Liz Berg will be on the boards all night. Doors are 8:30, show starts at 9:30, and admission is $8 at the door.

Then, on Saturday (5/4), there's another great show with Vermont psych weirdos Blanche Blanche Blanche, the even weirder Gary War, post rockers Woodsman, drone folk artist Weyes Blood, Matt Sullivan, and visuals by EyeBodega. Doors are at 8 and admission is $8.

Finally on Sunday (5/5), On Sunday, they've got Oren Ambarchi, Marco Fusinato, Long Distance Poison, and Millions. They're also involved in a Cinco de Mayo party happening at Deep Cuts Barber Shop. In their words:

Cinco De Mayo is a fake holiday.
But our tasty carne asada tacos, grilled corn and beers are real.
Come chill eat some tacos and drink some beers while Mickey Perez and Marty McSorley spin Latin tunes all afternoon.

10% off all Latin records all day.
Tacos for tips & corn for coins.
Free mustache trims for all Zapatistas.

Sounds fun.

Other upcoming Silent Barn shows include Big Ups on May 9, Twin Sister and Empress Of on May 11, Weed Hounds on May 21, Mick Barr on May 22, and Aye Nako on May 31 (record release).

Some song streams below...

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The Thermals @ LPR, 2011 (more by David Andrako)
Thermals

The Men @ Saint Vitus, Dec. 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
The Men

today in NYC
* Paul Oakenfold @ Pacha
* Aaron Roche @ The Stone
* Questlove @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Rachelle Garniez @ Barbes
* Bleeding Heart @ The Stone
* Kat Edmonson @ City Winery
* Dionne Warwick @ B.B King's
* T.I., Joe Budden @ Best Buy Theater
* No Small Money Brass Band @ Barbes
* Indians, Night Beds @ Mercury Lounge
* Callers, TEEN, Olga Bell @ Union Pool
* MØ, Watch The Duck @ Santos Party House
* Dita Von Teese @ The Gramercy Theatre
* Alpine, I Am Lightyear @ Mercury Lounge
* Janeane Garofalo @ Eastville Comedy Club
* The Thermals, Habibi, Hilly Eye @ 285 Kent
* Tomorrow We Move To Hawaii @ Cake Shop
* Dauwd, Chrome Sparks, Braille @ Glasslands
* Lost Coves, Totem, Niabi @ The Grand Victory
* Lucy Love, Linkoban, Kelow @ Public Assembly
* We Are Scientists @ The 34h & Broadway Gap Store
* The Ugly Club, Long Faces, Hello Radio @ Maxwell's
* Rustie, Shlohmo, Jackmaster, Oneman, D33J @ Output
* Django Django, Night Moves @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Shilpa Ray, Our Mountain, Don't, Ora Iso @ Shea Stadium
* The Men, Nude Beach, Parquet Courts @ Bowery Ballroom
* Enter Shikari, Architects, Heartist, Crossfaith @ Irving Plaza
* Soulive, Luther & Cody Dickinson, Kung Fu @ Brooklyn Bowl
* North Mississippi Allstars Duo, Arum Rae @ The Slipper Room
* Hsu_nami, Ellis Ashbrook, Trebuchet, Viva Mayday @ Paper Box
* Stinking Lizaveta, Marching Teeth, Polygamyst @ Saint Vitus Bar
* Christian Finnegan, Damien Lemon, Sean Donnelly @ The Stand
* Wild Leaves, Sondra Son-Odeon, Trummers @ Pete's Candy Store
* Emanuel and The Fear, Bailey Cooke, The Falls @ Rockwood Music Hall
* 1-800-BAND, Kay Kasperhausen, Michael Des Barres @ The Bowery Electric
* Bad Credit No Credit, Ana Nizi Maza, Popular Culture, Sophia Knapp @ Cameo Gallery
* Praha Depart, Bowmont, Valleys, Man Without Country, Late Guest at the Party @ Pianos
* (U)nity, Blue Mountain Bustdown, Evil Giraffes on Mars, Night of the Living Funk @ Spike Hill
* Nicky Hornby, Ed Park, Shelia Heti, Gabrielle Bell, Amanda Filipacchi, Dawn on Midi @ Le Poisson Rouge
* Andrew W.K. (Speaking), Adam Lowitt (of the Daily Show), Sean Donnelly, Chris Rose, Prince Klassen (DJ Set) @ Legion Bar
* Elvis Costello, Bettye La Vette, Talib Kweli, Booker T. Jones, The Waterboys, Sandra Bernhard, Citizen Cope, D'Angelo, Blind Boys of Alabama @ Carnegie Hall (Prince Tribute Show)

Perhaps unsurprisingly for the week before SXSW, but NYC is bonkers for show options tonight, including the BV-presented Thermals/Habibi/Hilly Eye show at 285 Kent (sold out).

You could also attempt to have your own little SXSW club-hopping experience on the Lower East Side tonight: Australia's Alpine play early at at Mercury Lounge; Montreal's Valleys and Wales' Man Without Country are at Pianos; and Norwegian synthpop band Tomorrow We Move to Hawaii are at Cake Shop. To make it really like SXSW, drink only Sailor Jerry rum and make sure your phone's battery remains below 15%.

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Ben UFO is revealing "something" from Mount Kimbie's new album on his radio show tonight.

Drake revealed an aggressive new single, "5AM in Toronto," which will presumably appear on his upcoming album, Nothing Was the Same. Stream the track below.

R E A L M A G I C, who we profiled in 2011, is finally releasing his debut album, Deep Breathing, next week (3/12), and you can head below to stream it in its entirety (via Portals)

Blanche Blanche Blanche, who are playing NYC soon, are streaming their new album, Wooden Ball, in its entirety. Listen below.

We nominate Lemmy of Motorhead for president! Unfortunately, Troma already came up with that idea though, as seen in the NSFW trailer for Return to the Class of Nuke 'Em High below.

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Tamaryn @ Emo's in Austin, April 2011 (more by Tim Griffin)
Tamaryn

Matthew Dear at Knitting Factory in 2011 (more by Winnie Cheung)
Matthew Dear

* SKYE @ Joe's Pub
* Que Vloe Ve @ Barbes
* Corb Lund @ Joe's Pub
* Phony Ppl @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Questlove @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Ex-Cops @ McKittrick Hotel
* Ikebe Shakedown @ Barbes
* John Hodgman @ Union Hall
* Waka Flocka Flame @ B.B. King's
* Black Francis (of Pixies) @ Maxwell's
* Tim Noyes, Leagues @ Mercury Lounge
* The Liza Colby Sound @ Mercury Lounge
* Janeane Garofalo @ Eastville Comedy Club
* EULA, Grooms, The Flag @ Death By Audio
* Dopapod, Kung Fu, Fikus @ Highline Ballroom
* Violent Bullshit, Gang, Gazillion @ Grand Victory
* Gypsy & the Cat, Arum Rae @ The Slipper Room
* The Juan Maclean, Sumsun @ Le Poisson Rouge
* Alejandro Escovedo, David Hidalgo @ City Winery
* XXYXX, Groundislava, Fantasy Thrilla @ 285 Kent
* The Live Ones, Hard Nips, Mustafina @ Saint Vitus
* Ludacris, Neon Tress, Timeflies, Questlove @ Stage 48
* Miracles of Modern Science, Miniboone @ Webster Hall
* Matthew Dear, Chairlift, The Rapture (DJ Set) @ Capitale
* Tippy Toes, KOORTWAH, Diet Butchers @ Cameo Gallery
* Big Muff, Living Serious, Huge Pupils, Heeney @ Big Snow
* Tamaryn, Milagres, Azar Swan @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Diamond Terrifier, Snaykhunt, Raft, David First @ Silent Barn
* Harriet Tubman Special Middle Passage Squad @ The Stone
* Shy Hunters, Companion, Neighbors, Gold Lake @ Glasslands
* Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale, Max Gomez @ Bowery Ballroom
* Ali Shaheed Muhammad presents That's My Ish @ Paper Box
* Daytona, Slonk Donkerson, The Vandelles, Hippy @ Shea Stadium
* Jesse Harris, Julian Lage, Anthony Wilson @ Rockwood Music Hall
* Brass Knuckle Evangelists, Brothers, Street Smells @ Bowery Electric
* Shake The Baron, I Am Light Year, Gondola, Chamber Band @ Pianos
* Happy People, House of Fools, Momma Holler, Robbers @ Union Pool
* Say She Ms. Blat, Tigerwood, Wild Pete Macy (of Earlyman) @ Fontana's
* "Here's the Story" w/ Dave Hill, Danny Leary, Dana Rossi, and Eli Reiter @ 2A
* Tom Shillue's Funny Story w/ Mara Wilson, DC Benny, Jonathan Schnapp, Jason Fried @ Brooklyn Brewery
* Tibet House benefit w/ Phillip Glass, Jim James, Rahzel, Patti Smith, tUnE-YaRds, Ariel Pink @ Carnegie Hall

New Williamsburg honky tonk style Country-and-Western bar Skinny Dennis opens tonight in the old Barberry / Zipi Zape space (corner of Berry & Metropolitan) with live music from Jason Loughlin Trio, and Austin McCutchen with the Velvet Bonebreakers and a two-hour open bar. Free, 8 PM.

Also in Williamsburg tonight at Cameo is Tippy Toes, the live electro/house band that features a number of DFA musicians. Reggie Watts has been known to perform with them in the past. Usually a good time. Tickets are still available.

Like funny stories? You can see Mara Wilson of Mrs. Doubtfire fame, plus DC Benny, Jonathan Schnapp and more at "Tom Shillue's Funny Story" at Brooklyn Brewery; or Dave Hill, Dana Rossi and more anecdoting it up at "Here's the Story" at East Village's 2A.

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Disclosure and AlunaGeorge have made a video for their awesome hit, "White Noise." Watch it below. Disclosure's tour hits NYC for two shows in March, but both are sold out.

Blanche Blanche Blanche just revealed another manic cut from their upcoming album, Wooden Ball, "TED Talks," which you can watch the video for below.

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by Andrew Sacher

DOWNLOAD: Happy Jawbone Family Band - "Now Everybody Rock Like You Got AIDS" (MP3)

Happy Jawbone Family Band - 'Tastes the Broom'
Tastes the Broom

Attention Vermont hippies living in Brooklyn! Blanche Blanche Blanche, who released the impressive Wink With Both Eyes in 2012, will be teaming up with fellow VT psych poppers Happy Jawbone Family Band, Ryan Power, and Son of Salami for a show in Brooklyn on March 17 at 285 Kent. Tickets for that all-around great bill are on sale now.

Blanche Blanche Blanche are set to follow Wink With Both Eyes with a new album, Wooden Ball, on March 5 via NNA Tapes. While Wink With Both Eyes saw the band interpreting '60s pop through a lens of chillwave similarly to Maria Minerva, the first single for their new album, "Rich Man," immediately shows they're on to new stuff. Sporting cleaner and larger production, the track hops manically from genre to genre in a Congratulations kind of way. You can stream that track below.

Happy Jawbone Family Band recently signed to Mexican Summer, and they're currently working on their first full length for the label, which they're doing with Jarvis Taverniere of Woods. But before we get that, the label released Tastes the Broom, a compilation of Happy Jawbone's pre-Mexican Summer material, and a great one at that. The group mixes psych pop and freak folk in a manner not unlike Akron/Family or early Animal Collective, and deliver it through a screen of lo-fi. You can download the album's opening track, "Now Everybody Rock Like You Got AIDS," above, or stream it at the bottom of this post.

Ryan Power released his debut full length, I Don't Want To Die, in 2012 via NNA Tapes, and he opts for smoother pop vibes than the rest of the bill, as you can hear by streaming the album's title track below.

Son of Salami is probably the quirkiest on the show, and he's planning his new album, Sontava Nights, for a release some time this year via Goaty Tapes. Our first taste of that album is the track "Baby Mayo," a captivating blend of VHS synths, cardboard drums, and singing-into-a-walkie-talkie vocals. You can listen to that one below too.

All streams below...

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by Fred Pessaro // BBG

Merchandise @ 285 Kent, 12/31/2012 (via @lkj)
Merchandise

Florida's Merchandise closed out their 2012 with two shows at Brooklyn DIY venue 285 Kent. The first happened on Saturday (12/29) with Philadelphia's Night Sins, plus Pharmakon, Shoxx, and Herzog Rising. Both shows featured Elsner Nino of Shoxx who is now Merchandise's official drummer and gave the songs a harder edge, steering the band a bit back to their punk roots. It almost made stagedivers during "Time" and "Become What You Are" seem semi-normal. OK, not really. You can check out two good-quality videos from Saturday's performance below.

Pharmakon, meanwhile, played a brutal noise set that featured washes of dissonance peppered by blasts of hallowed screams from mastermind Margaret Chardiet. There is a simmering fury that sits just beneath the surface for Chardiet, and in the moments when she lets out that primal scream, it is absolutely terrifying.

Night Sins, who ripped in the small K&M bar back in November, were swallowed whole by the cavernous soundsystem at 285 Kent. The band was sporting a new guitarist with a 12-string awash in reverb which, considering the ambient sound, was completely lost in the mix.

The Saturday show was a last-minute show that was in addition to their previously-announced New Year's Eve show where they played alongside Tonstartssbandht, Blanche Blanche Blanche and "secret" headliners DIIV (though most people had figured out they were playing).

Additionally, Merchandise contributed a list of "merchy's ten taypes_2012" to Pitchfork's end-of-year "Guestlist" feature and you can check out their cassette picks below, along with the video from 285 Kent.

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Baby New Year

Love it or loathe it, New Year's Eve is coming. Here are some of this year's NYC concert options, of which there are many.

One of the biggest shows of the night is Coldplay and Jay-Z at Barclays Center. If you've seen pictures of Coldplay's tour this year, you know they have this bluetooth controlled, light-up wristbands that (no matter how you feel about their music) makes for a spectacular interactive experience. And certainly Jay-Z will throw a good party at his own house.

Jay-Z's pal Kanye West is doing a three-night run in Atlantic City right before NYE (12/28-30) at Revel. Tickets for those shows are still available.

Another hip hop option includes Nas at Radio City Music Hall that also features Elle Varner. Tickets are still available.

Azealia Banks is playing a black tie party on top of The Standard Hotel (aka Boom Boom Room). More info is at the facebook event. You can RSVP for tickets ($250 minimum) by emailing unifiedpromo@unifiedpromo.com.

Also in the biggest NYE show race there is also Phish's sold-out night at MSG, part of a four night run at the venue.

If jam bands are your thing, you might also want to catch The Disco Biscuits, who kick off their four-night run at Best Buy Theater tonight (12/26) and then play NYE at The Theatre at MSG (tickets).

Another jammy option is Gov't Mule's two-night run at Beacon Theatre (12/30-31). Tickets for both nights are on sale.

If you're more into dancing, RJD2 will be DJing at Gramercy Theater with Com Truise and Chrome Sparks; and Moby and many others will be DJing at an as-yet undisclosed location (tickets).

Pretty Lights is also doing two sold nights at Roseland Ballroom (12/30-31). Another dance option that you might want to avoid is Afrojack is playing two nights on Pier 94 (12/30-31), but it's worth mentioning that if you get there early on night 1, you can catch opening sets by Diplo and Rusko. Night 2 (aka NYE) is sold out but night 1 is still on sale.

Brooklyn dance party The Bunker is throwing an event at the 70 N 6 St loft (above Public Assembly) with John Roberts, Mike Parker, Bryan Kasenic, and Mike Servito. Tickets for that party are on sale now.

Downstairs at the actual Public Assembly, Gaze 4 Daze is throwing two queer parties. Room 1 has DJ sets by Rizzla, Sebastian, and D'Hana, along with Emcee Ryann Supamakenzi and host Cherlyn. In room 2, they've got MIchael Magnan, Amber Valentine, Telfar, Mursi Layne, host Helen Harris, and live performances by House of Ladosha, Cakes Da Killa, and Abdu Ali. $10 at the door gets you into both parties.

Brooklyn warehouse party group Rubulad is presenting "Party-Go-Round" in three separate secret Bushwick locations near the Jefferson L stop. There will be live music by Friend Roulette, Not Waving but Drowning, Viva, and more; dance parties with music by DJ Shakey, Ol' Stark, DJ Mojo, $mall ¢hange and more; a puppet show, a midnight champagne toast, and more. Admission is $20, the events start at 9 PM, and there will be a party bus to navigate between the three locations.

Matthew Dear and Superpitcher are at Le Bain (tix); Ian Pooley, Pat Mahoney and more at Cameo; Onra, Nick Catchdubs, and Samo Sound Boy are at Williamsburg's Villian (tickets).

Holy Ghost! and Midnight Magic are at Brooklyn Bowl (sold out) and after that, Holy Ghost!'s DFA labelmate Juan Maclean will DJ an afterparty at the same venue (tickets).

Chris Keating of Yeasayer is DJing a BangOn!NYC-presented party at a secret warehouse location in Williamsburg near the Montrose L stop with Felix Cartal, Chordashian, Alex English, Sean Glass, and many others. There will also be live music by Carousel, Suntalk, and more TBA, art installations, an inflatable obstacle course, food trucks, and more. Tickets (more info at that link) are on sale and RSVP is open. Location will be revealed with the purchase of tickets or an RSVP.

If you'd rather dance to classic soul and R&B, there's New York Night Train Annual Dusk Till Dawn New Year's Ball at Home Sweet Home featuring a live performance from Kid Congo and the K-Holes, plus Jonathan Toubin and a crew of DJs.

For the indie rock inclined, you could go see Titus Andronicus at Glasslands which is a pretty small venue for them these days. While So So Glos were originally on the bill for this, they have since dropped off. Dapwell, formerly of Das Racist, is your MC for the evening and tickets are still available.

Right next door at 285 Kent, Florida's (awesomely) mopey Merchandise will visit,  plus Blanche Blanche Blanche, Tonstartssbandht and "speciial guests" (note the two ii's is "speciial") will surely be a wild night. Dive in, tickets ($20) are on sale now.

After that, DJ Rashad, DJ Manny, Sasha Go Hard, and others will play an afterparty at 285 Kent (tickets).

Psychic Ills and Herb Craft are playing Saint Vitus. Tickets for that show are on sale.

Also happening in Williamsburg, They Might be Giants play a sold-out show at Music Hall of Williamsburg (one of three shows there that week; Reverend Vince Anderson and His Love Choir will be at Union Pool (free); and at Knitting Factory it's a night of cabaret hosted by the great Murray Hill (tix).

More indie rock: Blonde Redhead and Beach Fossils are at Irving Plaza. Tickets are still available and you can also win a pair from us.

Swimming Cities and Gowanus Ballroom (55 9th St) are presenting The First Party Ever: Primal Reset for the Year Zero with dance parties by Barney Iller, DJ Shakey, and DJ Tinseltown; live music at midnight by Stumblebum Brass Band; an open bar from 11:30-12:30; visuals; "Serret's patented coal fire hot tub time machine"; "Live birth of the antichrist, according to Doctor Adventure"; and more. $15 tickets are on sale now (or $20 at the door, cash only) and all proceeds go to recovery at Serret Metal Works and the "BOATEL" art hotel project in Far Rockaway that were damaged during Hurricane Sandy.

Meanwhile across the Hudson, The Hold Steady will ring in 2013 with Lucero at The Wellmont Theatre in NJ. Tickets are still available.

Before that, Lucero will do a two-night run at Brooklyn Bowl (12/28-29) with Nude Beach supporting on night 1 and Hollis Brown on night 2. Tickets for night 1, night 2, or both are still available.

Amanda Palmer will be at Terminal 5, playing Prince's Purple Rain in its entirety which will surely be a spectacle. She'll play a set of originals too. Tickets are still available.

If you'd like to party like it's 1929, Spirit Family Reunion are bringing the old time religion to Pianos. Tickets are still available, includes a champagne toast.

More rootsy options include The Punch Brothers and Michael Daves at Bowery Ballroom (sold out); and The Felice Brothers, Yellowbirds, and Mail the Horse at Mercury Lounge (sold out).

The Felice Brothers also play Maxwell's (12/30) a day earlier (sold out), and on New Year's Eve, the Hoboken venue will host "Maxwell's Rockin' & Rollin' Ass Kickin' New Year's Eve Dance Party feat. The Two Giants: Todd-O-Phonic Todd & Mono-O-Phonic Matt Porter." They get their name from being big San Francisco Giants fans, and they'll be spinning "some of the greatest soul, r'n'b, garage, rock'n'rol etc" all night. Admission is totally free, no cover.

My Morning Jacket is doing a sold out pre-New Year's Eve three-night run (12/27-29) at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester.

After that, Capitol Theatre will host Steve Miller Band on 12/30 (tickets) and funky METERS with Dumpstaphunk on NYE (tickets).

For some old school punk, Manitoba (the project of Dictators frontman Dick Manitoba) and Sylvain Sylvain (of New York Dolls) will play Bowery Electric with The A-Bones and Daddy Long Legs. Tickets for that show are on sale.

To keep the party going the next day, head to SOB's for Questlove's holiday party.

Whatever you end up doing, be safe!.

What did we miss?

Heading to Austin? We have a list of shows happening there too. Update: And Chicago too.

Continue reading "A guide to New Year's Eve shows and parties in NYC"

Merchandise at WIERD in September (more by Phil Maier)
Merchandise

We've got about two weeks to go and still more New Year's Eve options for NYC are getting announced every day. Just yesterday it was announced that Titus Andronicus are playing Glasslands that night (tickets) and now we just found out that Tampa post-punks Merchandise will be next door at 285 Kent with Arbutus Records-signed duo Tonstartssbandht and Vermont psych pop duo Blanche Blanche Blanche. (We're hoping Merchandise will have hired a drummer by then.) The bill also features "speciial guests," and we're not sure who the special guest is, but we couldn't help but notice they spelled "speciial" with two I's. Tickets for that show are on sale now.

A list of all Merchandise dates and a video below...

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Hilly Eye at Cake Shop in June (more by Andrew St. Clair)
Hilly Eye

Brooklyn's Hilly Eye have a few shows coming up, including a couple this week during and around CMJ. As mentioned, they play the Life or Death showcase at 92YTribeca on Saturday (10/20) with DIIV, Maria Minerva, Mac DeMarco, Twerps, Starred, Kilo Kish, Slug Guts, Jozef Van Wissem, Sky Ferreira, and Dogbite. After that, they'll play an unofficial post-CMJ day party at 285 Kent on Sunday (10/21) with Blanche Blanche Blanche (who played Glasslands last month with Chris Cohen), Ireland bands Squarehead and So Cow, plus local bands Heaven's Gate, Ava Luna, and Butter the Children, and Massachusetts' Potty Mouth. The show runs from noon to 6 PM and there will be DJ sets by Grand Resort, Noah & Emily, and The Pelly Twins. The show is free to the public.

About a month later, Hilly Eye will play another local show at Saint Vitus on November 30 with their Don Giovanni labelmate Waxahatchee (aka Katie Crutchfield formerly of PS Eliot) and Corita. Tickets for that show are on sale now.

Some song streams and videos are below.

Continue reading "Hilly Eye playing CMJ and post-CMJ shows (one with Blanche Blanche Blanche, one with Waxahatchee)"

by Andrew Sacher

DOWNLOAD: Chris Cohen - "Caller No.99" (MP3)

Chris Cohen

Vermont-via-LA musician Chris Cohen, who has been a touring/contributing member of Deerhoof, Cryptacize, Cass McCombs, Haunted Graffiti, Danielson, and White Magic, among others, is set to release his debut solo album, Overgrown Path, on September 25 via Captured Tracks. So far, Chris has revealed two cuts from the album, "Optimist High" and "Caller No.99," both addictive doses of psychedelic pop that should appeal to fans of the late '60s or any of the other more recent bands who channel that era. You can stream the both below and download "Caller No.99" above.

Chris will play a record release show for the album in NYC at Glasslands on September 27 with fellow psych pop band Blanche Blanche Blanche, Sara Magenheimer and DJ sets by Katie Garcia (Captured Tracks) and Dustin Paysuer (Beach Fossils). Tickets for that show are on sale now.

Streams below.

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Blanche Blanche Blanche
Blanche Blanche Blanche

Brooklyn label RVNG Intl. is taking part in Bulletin Boards, a group show curated by Matthew Higgs (White Columns Gallery), at Venus Over Manhattan (980 Madison Ave, 3rd Floor) tonight (7/19). Here's what the label has to say about the show:

For this group show, each artist is granted a 3' x 4' bulletin board space. RVNG invited a select group of musicians from different points on the avant spectrum to contribute an object to be used as a percussion arranged and affixed to the bulletin board and "played" by [David] Van Tieghem.

This performance will be multi-tracked in high definition before the opening. We will offer the recorded performance back to the contributing musicians to "re-animate" into original piece / recordings. These recordings will be culled and assembled by Van Tieghem and RVNG / The Sound of White Columns into a limited edition album for the FRKWYS.

Van Teighem will be performing at the opening tonight (7/19) and there wil be DJ sets by Matt from RVNG, Matthew HIggs, and Nick Relph. Participating artists in the show include Blanche Blanche Blanche, DIamond Terrifier, Future Shuttle (in conjunction with Anna Gonick), Hiro Kone, Robert Lange (Helado Negro), Megafortress, and more. Tonight's show starts at 6 PM. More details, the flier, and the full list of participating artists is below.

Speaking of Blanche Blanche Blanche, their new album, Wink With Both Eyes, came out earlier this year. If you've yet to hear it, you can stream the album in full below.

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