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Strand of Oaks in Austin in 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
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You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Yo La Tengo, The Feelies @ Town Hall
While their Maxwell's Hanukkah shows are sorely missed, Yo La Tengo will be celebrating the season -- and their 30th anniversary -- with two shows at Town Hall, tonight being the second. Tonight's show is with another legendary NJ indie rock outfit. Sold out.

tUnE-yArDs, Cibo Matto, Beep! @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
tUnE-yArDs dove further into their world of quirky, eccentric pop on this year's Nikki Nack, and Cibo Matto returned with their first album since 1999 which had them still in good form. Tonight begins their 4-night run at MHOW.

Dee Dee of Dum Dum Girls with Ice Choir @ Converse SOHO
This free in-store performance sounds kinda cool: Dee Dee doing a full set of Dum Dum Girls songs as backed (and arranged) by Kurt Feldman's new romantic synthpop outfit Ice Choir. It's a free show (one of a few around the country) in celebration of a new multi-artist holiday EP that will be available on vinyl only at these shows.

Strand of Oaks, Torres @ Bowery Ballroom
Strand of Oaks made the move from an introverted folk singer to a big-sounding folk rock band this year, and the change has been pretty successful. Tonight's their largest headlining show in NYC yet, and it's a great double bill with Torres' grungy folk.

New Build, Future Punx, Orange Cassettes @ Rough Trade
New Build, the side project of Hot Chip's Al Doyle and Felix Martin, play their second NYC show of the week. This one is without tourmates Museum of Love but in their place are local new wavers Future Punx, and Orange Cassettes which is the new band from Radio 4's Anthony Roman.

TEEN, Beverly, Charly Bliss, Scully @ Glasslands
TEEN have played Glasslands many times over the last few years and will say goodbye to the soon-to-close venue as part of a very good bill of indie rock.

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Antibalas, Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires, Naomi Shelton & Gospel Queens @ Apollo Theater
Tonight's the first of Daptone's three-day holiday party called the Super Soul Revue at the iconic Harlem venue.

Junius, So Hideous, In Aeona @ Saint Vitus
Tis the season to be jolly, and Prosthetic Records are celebrating with a decidedly un-jolly holiday party at Saint Vitus tonight. Heavy post-rockers Junius and likeminded locals So Hideous will stack this show with dark atmospheres. Admission gets you a free glass of Prosthetic Imperial Black Ale brewed specially for the occasion by Sixpoint Brewery.

Shad, Kahli Abdu, Jay Wirth @ The Studio at Webster Hall
Alt-rapper Shad keeps the golden age hip hop vibes alive on his new EP, Boarding Pass, which came out this week. Tonight he's in NYC for a one-off show.

X Blank X, Cellular Chaos, Ron Anderson/Richard Hoffman/Brian Chase Band, Sediment Club @ Cake Shop
Mid 70's Cleveland art punk band X__X reformed earlier in 2014 for their first live shows in 35 years. Tonight's show is with a group of fittingly experimental acts, including Yeah Yeah Yeahs drummer Brian Chase.

Oliver, Plastic Plates, Alex English, Dali, Hiyawatha, Maximillion Dunbar, Shawn Reynaldo, Contakt, Bobby B @ Output
Dance duo Oliver get funky on their new Light Years Away EP for Fool's Gold. They're on tour in support of it, hitting Output for their weekly INPUT party tonight with Plastic Plates and some of the Girls & Boys DJs. Maxmillion Dunbar and others are in the Panther Room.

Low Fat Getting High, Grizzlor, Ceramics, biggpigg @ Grand Victory
Low Fat Getting High have been one of the more promising bands in Brooklyn's DIY rock scene as of late thanks to their catchy and aggressive grunge/punk hybrid. Their debut LP finally came out a few weeks ago, and tonight they'll likely be ripping through plenty of that.

John Zorn's Masada Marathon w/ Abraxas, Forro in the Dark, Sfia Rei, Erik Friedlander, Uri Gurvich @ Nublu
Part of the Nublu Jazz Fest, tonight's lineup was curated by Downtown icon John Zorn.

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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Bushwick Open Studios

Bushwick Open Studios happens this weekend (May 31 - June 2) and is "a three day arts and culture festival that celebrates the community's vibrant arts scene with the goal of fostering dialogue and collaboration between local artists and residents." You can wander around the Brooklyn neighborhood and check out local artists' works where they made it. It's free and open to the public. Full artist listings are here.

There is also lots of music going on with BOS as well, which begins with an Official Launch Party at Shea Stadium on Friday (5/31) with Darlings, LODRO, Air Waves, and EULA. Tickets are $10 at the door and includes a Brooklyn Brewery open bar from 8 - 9 PM. More info at the facebook event.

There is also the BOS Music Festival which happens Saturday (6/1) at Don Pedro with The Othermen, Twin Guns and more; and Sunday (6/2) at Lone Wolf with Ken South Rock, Sorceress and more. Full line-ups are below and more info on the event flyer, which is also pictured below.

There's still more. The BOS '13 Electronic Music Showcase happens Saturday night at the Bossa Nova Civics Club with Octo Octa, Datalog, Tomeeo, Nanohumans, and Stephane Bonefant. More info at the facebook event.

On Sunday at Brooklyn Fire Proof East is "Moving On," a "fringe concert series" hosted by composer and performer Ian M. Colletti, (Vaudeville/ Vaudeville Park) and includes performances from Sam Mickens, Yeah Yeah Yeahs' drummer Brian Chase, Deerhoof's Greg Saunier, Dysrythmia's Kevin Hufnagel, Au Revoir Simone's Erika Spring, Sophia Knapp, and lots more. Line-up for that is below and more info at the facebook event.

Line-ups for BOS Music Festival and "Moving On" and that flyer below...

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Cymbals Eat Guitars at MHOW in July (more by Chris La Putt)
Cymbals Eat Guitars

As you may have noticed in today's What's Going On (11/18), there's a few Hurricane Sandy Relief benefits going on in NYC today.

There's one going down in both rooms at Public Assembly, which started at 1:30 PM and is continuing into the evening. If you head down there now, you can still catch sets by Wojick, Zula, The Veda Rays, Their Planes, Backwords, Pessanger Peru, Cool Serbia, Ski Lodge, and Slowdance. Admission is $10 at the door and all proceeds go to NY Cares. Those who bring three canned food items or one hygiene product will get one free Brooklyn Brewery Beer. The full schedule and more info is below.

Union Pool has one dubbed, "From Brooklyn with Love," starting at 5 PM with sets by Wild Yaks, Free Blood, Ice Balloons, Field Mouse, Sophia Knapp, Desert Stars, Firecracker Firecracker, Jess Williamson, Shenandoah and the Night, and The Monte Vista. Admission is a minimum of $20 and all proceeds goes to World Cares. "Big drink specials come to those who donate." The lineup is below.

There's also a Thanksgiving-themed benefit for Far Rockaway going down tonight at The Dalloway (525 Broome St) with DJ sets by Tanlines and Victor Vasquez (aka Kool AD of Das Racist). That party is hosted by Patricia Field, Erin O'Connor, Alana Zimmer, Jaquelyn Jablonski, Sara Blomqvist, Harry Brant, Scoot McNairy, Jeremy Kost, and Va$htie. It begins at 7 PM. Show flyer below.

Later this month, there will be a Sandy benefit at Pianos on November 29 with Cymbals Eat Guitars, Hooray for Earth, Zambri, Grooms, and DJ sets by Will Shortz between sets. Tickets ($12 minimum) are on sale now and proceeds will benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy in Red Hook.

Other upcoming Sandy relief benefits include Holly Herndon, Ducktails, and Oneohtrix Point Never at MoMA PS1, Bruce Springsteen, The Who, Paul McCartney, Kanye West and more at MSG, EDM for Sandy Relief at Gramercy, and more. The Bell House has a lot of benefits coming up too.

Show flyers, lineups and more, below...

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Donations at Coney Island (more by Nick Childers)
Hurricane Sandy

From Brooklyn, With Love is a "collective of North Brooklyn businesses" who have taken to organizing drives and benefits for those afflicted by Hurricane Sandy. With more than 65 business on board to help, the collective have organized dinners, donation drives (like tonight/Tuesday at Rodeo Bar) and in the case of one business, a pair of music-related Hurricane Sandy relief events.

Union Pool in Williamsburg will host a Hurricane Sandy benefit mixer tonight (11/14), featuring DJ sets from Ryan Sawyer (LoneWolf), Adam Wills (Bear in Heaven) "and perhaps a secret surprise musical performance". A $15 minimum donation gets you in, and the venue will have food, drink specials and much more. Come discuss current future outreach events and stay for the drinks and entertainment.

In addition, Union Pool will also host a live event scheduled for for Sunday (11/18) featuring 10 bands. Kicking off at 5PM, the night will be headlined by Wild Yaks and feature performances from Free Blood, Ice Balloons, Field Mouse, Sophia Knapp, Desert Stars, Firecracker Firecracker, Jess Williamson, Shenandoah & The Night and The Monte Vista. A $20 minimum donation is required at the door, with "big drink specials" coming to those who donate. All proceeds will go to World Cares Center.

Head below for set times and more details on that one and other upcoming events...

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The Soft Pack getting touristy in NYC (@thesoftpack)
Soft Pack

today in NYC
* People's Band @ Barbes
* Dawn Cantwell@ Joe's Pub
* Freedy Johnston @ Maxwell's
* Anders Nilsson Band @ Barbes
* Ronnie Spector @ City Winery
* Anti-Pop Consortium @ New Museum
* Nichole Thompson-Adams@ Joe's Pub
* The Growlers, Census @ Glasslands
* Saint Motel, Races @ Mercury Lounge
* Mino Cinelu, Geri Allen @ The Stone
* Pomegranates, Kitten @ Mercury Lounge
* The Flashbulb, Bartel @ Cameo Gallery
* The Soft Pack, The Sundelles @ Union Pool
* Delbert McClinton @ BB King Blues Club
* Karikatura, DJ Ron Like Hell @ Zebulon
* Jill Sobule concert @ Rubin Museum of Art
* Internet Xplorer, Getawolfpup @ Glasslands
* Lydia Caesar, The VeeVees @ Santos Party House
* Mice Parade, Mr. Sila, Kira Kira @ Littlefield
* Dwight Andrews, Geri Allen, Mino Cinelu @ The Stone
* Vows, Miracles of Modern Science, Howth @ Maxwell's
* The Company Band, Lionize, Black Cowgirl @ Saint Vitus
* Zach Brock & The Number, Jamie Reynolds Trio @ 92YTribeca
* Shut Up and Play the Hits w/ DJ Pat Mahoney @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Janeane Garofalo From Two, Mike Yard @ EastVille Comedy Club
* The Head And The Heart, Lost in The Trees @ Prospect Park
* Incendiary, Primitive Weapons, Gang Signs, Divider @ The Acheron
* Mainland, The Doorbells, Ursa Minor, Palomino @ Knitting Factory
* King Khan & The Shrines, Hector's Pets, M. Lamar @ Bowery Ballroom
* Ancient Sky, Tournament, Catalyst, Eidetic Seeing @ Death By Audio
* Poor Lily, The Raindoggs, Kevin Egan, Alarms & Controls @ Cake Shop
* The Mighty Schnitzel, Dumb Talk, Dull Edges, The Pluto Moons @ XPO 929
* Magical Mistakes, Giraffage, Paul Jones, Obey City, Raja @ Cameo Gallery
* Gatekeeper, Total Freedom, James Ferraro, Yen Tech, Arca @ Public Assembly
* Young Heel, Black Light Dinner Party, A Lull, Nightmare Air, Murals @ Pianos
* The Nuclears, Starlight Girls, Boy Girl Party, Backwords, Old Monk @ Shea Stadium
* A Place To Bury Strangers, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Hunters @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Rizzla, False Witness, Cakes Da Killa, Depressed Teenager($5 before midnight) @ 285 Kent Ave
* Chris Gethard, Shannon O'Neill, Silvija Ozols, Zach Woods, Michael Delaney, Will Hines, Connor Ratliff at UCB Chelsea
* And So I Watch You From Afar, Zechs Marquise, Brontide, Fifth Nation @ The Studio at Webster Hall
* Xeno & Oaklander, Guardian Alien, Black Jeans, Uumans, Oracle DJ set @ The Maze at Secret Robot Project
* Poolside, Ice Choir, D-Video, Caroline Polachek (DJ), Jorge Elbrecht (DJ set), JDH & Dave P (DJ) @ Tribeca Grand

The Soft Pack's show last night with Oberhofer got rained out, but they play Union Pool twice this weekend. You can stream their new single "Saratoga" below.

Your movie choices this weekend include indie romantic/fantasy/comedy Ruby Sparks, suburbs-vs-aliens comedy The Watch (supposed to be bad, but it does star the brilliant Richard Ayoade), noir thriller Killer Joe, and the new Step Up film which promises to throw politics into the 3-D mix this time.

Or for something different and crazy violent, Nitehawk Cinema's midnight series "Summer in the City" is showing 1980's schlock vengance flick The Exterminator and you can watch the trailer for that below.

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Tennis, who will be in NYC in October, played Conan last night, performing "High Road." You can watch video of that below.

Watch video of Kendrick Lemar performing "She Needs Me" and "HiiiPOWER" live in Portland below.

Sophia Knapp, who recently opened for Destroyer, has a new video for her single "The Right Place" and you can watch that below.

The Shins tackle The Magnetic Fields' "Andrew in Drag" for Australian web series "Like a Version" which you can watch below.

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Destroyer at Webster Hall in 2011 (more by Amanda Hatfield
Destroyer

As mentioned, Destroyer will hit the road next month for a North American tour which comes to NYC on June 18 at Brooklyn Masonic Temple and June 19 at Le Poisson Rouge. When we first discussed those shows, no openers had been announced yet, but openers for both shows have since been revealed.

Sandro Perri (who we we profiled HERE) will join Destroyer on most of the tour, including the Brooklyn Masonic Temple show. Tickets for that show are still available.

Meanwhile, the LPR show will be opened by Drag City-signed Sophia Knapp. Tickets for that show are still available. That show is one of a few Sophia will be playing this June, including another NYC show which happens at Knitting Factory on June 28. Tickets for that show are on sale now.

All Sandro Perri and Sophia Knapp dates, along with some videos below...

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Seun Kuti (is back in town & plays Highline Ballroom tonight)
Seun Kuti

today in NYC
* ASSSCAT 3000 @ UCB
* Moonalice @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Pretty Good Friends @ Union Hall
* Other Crimes, Ana Lola Roman @ Zebulon
* Sunday Night Standup @ Three of Cups
* The Curious Mystery, Popcorn @ The Ace Hotel
* The War On Drugs, Sleepy Sun @ Bowery Ballroom
* Comedy Night @ The Knit with Hannibal Buress
* Nada Surf, Milagres @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Wymyns Prysyn, Tournament, Foster Care, Plant @ Death By Audio
* Angel Olsen, Companion, Emily Reo, Alex Drewchin @ Littlefield
* Veins, Raw Nerve, Divine Right, Hoax, Chain Wallet @ 538 Johnson Avenue
* Foxes In Fiction, Happy New Year, Backlights, Four Visions @ Glasslands
* Heyrocco, French Camp, Adam and the Amethysts, The Academics @ Cake Shop
* Seun Kuti & Fela's Egypt, Zozo Afrobeat, Rich Medina 80 @ Highline Ballroom

As mentioned, the K Records-signed Curious Mystery, who just played Market Hotel with the Hive Dwellers (Calvin Johnson included), begin a Sunday night residency at NYC's Ace Hotel tonight.

Toronto bedroop pop artist Warren Hildebrand, aka Foxes in Fiction, is in town for a show at Glasslands.

Chicago Bonnie Prince Billy collaborator Angel Olsen plays one more show in Brooklyn tonight. Her last was at Glasslands.

Both Nada Surf and The War on Drugs play their second of two NYC shows tonight (not together).

TODAY at PS1:

Location: MoMA PS1 Performance Dome, 3-6 PM
The Brucennial 2012, the most important exhibition of all time, ever, just got a whole lot betterer. The Bruce High Quality Foundation and MoMA PS1 are pleased to announce Bruceforma 2012: The Resurrection, the most important performance addendum to the most important exhibition of all time, ever. Featuring live music, live performance, live easter egg hunting, live lamb roasting, and a live resurrection of Bruce High Quality!

With Grayson Revoir
Brian Hubble
Philip Gabriel
Kenneth Casey Swoyer
Sleep Study (Marshall James Kavanaugh, Sophie White)
Platnumb Hits (Emerson Greenesmith, Eamon Monaghan)
Tomashi Jackson
Stephen Wuensch
Tight Spots
Sophia Knapp
Dinner with Loren Kramar (Oto Gillen, Eugene Wasserman, Keegan Monaghan, Loren Kramar)

3 PM
Kenneth Casey Swoyer
Sleep Study (Marshall James Kavanaugh, Sophie White)
Platnumb Hits (Emerson Greenesmith, Eamon Monaghan)

4 PM
Tomashi Jackson
Stephen Wuensch
Tight Spots

5 PM
Sophia Knapp
Dinner with Loren Kramar (Oto Gillen, Eugene Wasserman, Keegan Monaghan, Loren Kramar)

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Sophia KnappSophia Knapp

Back when we announced the Jozef Van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch show happening tonight (3/5) at Le Poisson Rouge in NYC, one of the openers was listed as "special guest" with the only clue being "Drag City". Well, that Drag City-signed artist is in fact Sophia Knapp who recently had a show at Union Pool.

Tickets for the LPR show tonight are still on sale, and we have a pair you can win! Details below...

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DOWNLOAD: Sophia Knapp - Close to Me (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Sophia Knapp - Into the Waves (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Cardinal - Love Like Rain (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Cardinal - Carbolic Smoke Ball (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Savoir Adore - Dreamers (Golden Pony remix) (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Savoir Adore - Dreamers (MP3)

Del Fuegos in the '80s
Del Fuegos

Things are beginning to heat up, show-wise, as SXSW gets closer so if you're going to Austin you might do the smart thing and stay home and rest. But if you're dumb like me, there's lots of good music this weekend. To wit:

Dan Zanes these days is best known for his highly successful career as a maker of children's music, but in the '80s he fronted Boston's Del Fuegos, whose brand of no-nonsense roots rock was a college radio staple in the Reagan years. Dan and his brother Warren, plus other original members Tom Lloyd and Woody Giessmann have gotten the old band back together so 40-somethings can call the sitter and go hear him sing songs for grown ups. They play Bowery Ballroom tonight (2/23) and The Bell House on March 3.

In addition to records like 1984's The Longest Day and 1985's Boston, Mass, The Del Fuegos were one of the first "cool" bands to be accused of selling out, appearing in a Budweiser Miller commercial (which you can watch at the bottom of this post) that, if nothing else, inspired the classic Young Fresh Fellows song "Beer Money." Seems kind of silly today, and I'm sure Del Fuegos singles like "Don't Run Wild" and "I Still Want You" have held up pretty well.

The band have recorded a new EP, Silver Star, and you can stream one of its songs at the bottom of this post, where you'll find all Del Fuegos 2012 tour dates.

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Sophia Knapp
Sophia Knapp

Another option tonight, over at Union Pool, is Sophia Knapp who you may know from Lights or Cliffie Swan but will release her solo debut on Drag City next week. The press release for Into the Waves offers up "melodic psych pop of the 60's, Tropicalia ballads, chilly '80s New York dance records, and the seduction of Stevie Nicks or Françoise Hardy" as influences but I think it sounds uncannily like the soft-focus pop of late-'70s Olivia Newton John.

You can download two tracks from her album at the top of this post and watch the video for "Nothing to Lose" further down. In addition to tonight's show at Union Pool, Sophia plays a free record release show at Sway on Wednesday, Feb 29 (leap day), and opens for Nite Jewel at Bowery Ballroom on April 24.

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Cardinal (Richard Davies on the right)
Cardinal

There are a lot of good shows Friday night (2/24) and we'll start with Richard Davies at Cake Shop. The Australian-born singer fronted cult band The Moles in the late '80s, and whose 1994 album with Eric Matthews, Cardinal, is a baroque pop classic. Improbably, Davies and Matthews made a second Cardinal album, Hymns, that came out last month and basically picks up where the first one left off. It's a little more indie rock and a little less harpsichord and trumpets, but it's recognizably Cardinal. You can download two tracks from Hymns at the top of this post.

Davies will also be playing SXSW next month. He can be hit-or-miss live, but is a legend and worth going to see. Also playing are What Next?, the new band from onetime Cause Co-Motion dude David Klein that also features members of The Beets and Beachniks, so expect some scratchy shambolic (maybe charming) indiepop. Check out one song at their Bandcamp page. Also playing: The Pharmacy and Intuitions.

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Pat Jordache
Pat Jordache

Montreal's Pat Jordache play Glasslands Friday night (2/24). Pat was in Sister Suvi with Merrill Garbus and though his music is a little more trad-indie than tUnE-yArDs, it's still rather weird. When I saw them at CMJ, they reminded me of '80s goth but their album that dark side isn't quite as pronounced. Maybe it was the two drummer thing. Anyway, Pat Jordache make a cool racket and know how to play to a crowd. They're opening for Javellin which I realize is why most people are going to go to this show, but do get there early for Pat.

Savoir Adore
Savoir Adore

Over at Cameo on Friday, Savoir Adore are having a record release party for their Dreamers EP. The single "Dreamers" came out on Neon Gold late last year and expands on their heartfelt, big pop sound. The EP expands that 7" with a bunch of remixes, one of which you can download at the top of this post. The band are going out with fellow Neon Gold acts The Knocks and St. Lucia, touring their way to SXSW and all dates are at the bottom of this post. Savoir Adore are putting the finishing touches on their new album, Our Nature, which will be out later this year.

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Spanish Prisoners
Sophia Knapp

And finally, Spanish Prisoners are playing Knitting Factory Friday (2/24) with fellow locals Clouder. Spanish Prisoners album from last year, Gold Fools, is still a pay-what-you-want download from their Bandcamp page and is a terrific album if you haven't heard it yet. The band just released a video for "Know No Violence" which you can watch at the bottom of this post. Like pretty much every band in America, they're going on tour next month, stopping in Austin for SXSW, and all tour dates are below.

And that's the main stuff for this week's TWII. A few more day-by-day picks for shows not mentioned already are below

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23

We haven't heard from Acrylics in a while. See what they're up to at Cameo, with Kuroma, Tezeo, and Bright Moments.

Get trippy at Glasslands with Prince Rama, Gary War, Future Shuttle, ^w0rm b1n^, plus a DJ set from Gang Gang Dance.

Snowmine wrap up their Pianos residency tonight, playing with Tiny Victories, Decades, and Awning.

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Ed Askew

How were the Will Oldham audiobook readings that book place in NYC yesterday?

Will's Drag City labelmate Ed Askew is performing at the Suffolk tonight (4/30). It's his only scheduled date (at the moment) before he hits the road in July with his Drag City labelmate Bill Callahan. Ed opens for Bill at both Bowery Ballroom and Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets for both shows are still on sale. All tour dates are listed below...

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