Entries tagged with: The Coathangers
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Black Lips / Coathangers / NOBUNNY / Burger
Burgerama III happened last month at Santa Ana, CA's The Observatory featuring a whole lot of bands on Burger Records' extensive, denim-clad roster. Day 1 (3/22) featured Black Lips and The Coathangers, both of whom played NYC last night (4/17) at Webster Hall and Baby's All Right, respectively. Day one also featured sets from sleazo punks The Dwarves, sleazo bubblegarage dude NOBUNNY, Detroit protopunk band Death, LA teens Cherry Glazzer, more bands, much crowdsurfing and general insanity. A belated set of pics from day 1 are in this post. And check out day 2 pics here.
More pics from Burgerama III Day 1 are below...
Vancouver sludge rockers Weed released their debut album, Deserve, last year via Couple Skate Records and they're currently over in the US continuing to support it on tour. The tour brings them to NYC for two shows this week, including Shea Stadium on Wednesday (4/16) with Tonstartssbandht, Laced and Nandas, and the next day they open the Baby's All Right (4/17) stop of the Coathangers / Audacity tour. Ex-Humans are on the Baby's show too, and tickets for that one are still available. All Weed dates are listed below.
For Laced, the Shea show will be their first-ever live gig. The brand new band features Beach Fossils singer Dustin Payseur, Nude Beach drummer Ryan Naideau (also of Warthog) and former Cairo booker/Couple Skate Records owner Ian Kim Judd. They're not to be confused with the UK band of the same name, who Shea's site actually
links linked to in the show listing. No music from them yet, but stay tuned. (Also yes, this does mean you can see "Laced with Weed" at Shea this week.)
All dates are listed, with a stream of Weed's LP, below...
The Coathangers at DbA in 2012 (more by Chris La Putt)
As discussed, Atlanta garage punks The Coathangers are releasing a new album, Suck My Shirt, on March 18 via Suicide Squeeze and touring around its release. When we last spoke, there was no NYC date on that tour, but they've since added another leg with likeminded California crew Audacity that hits NYC on April 17 at Baby's All Right and April 18 at Mercury Lounge. Tickets for those shows are not on sale yet, but will be soon via Ticketfly for Baby's and Ticketmaster for Merc.
All dates are listed, along with "Follow Me" from the new record, below...
by Andrew Sacher
Black Lips at Bowery Ballroom in 2013 (more by Dylan Johnson)
As discussed, Atlanta garage rockers Black Lips are releasing a new album, Underneath the Rainbow, on March 18 via Vice, and its single "Boys in the Wood" has just been given the video treatment. In true Black Lips fashion, it's a wild, disgusting video and you might call it NSFW for its drug use, acts of violence and sex, and people covered in blood and urine. The video was co-directed by the ATL Twins and Matt Swinsky, and you can check it out below.
The band's previously announced tour brings them to NYC on April at 17 Webster Hall with Natural Child (tickets), though you can also see singer Cole Alexander in NYC much sooner with his Old King Cole Younger project, which plays Baby's All Right on Friday (1/24) with Beach Party (tickets). All upcoming Black Lips dates are listed below.
The Coathangers at DbA in 2012 (more by Chris La Putt)
The West Coast leg of Black Lips' tour is being opened by The Coathangers, who will release their fourth album, Suck My Shirt, on March 18 via Suicide Squeeze. The band just revealed the first single from that album, "Follow Me," which is a nice dose of garage punk and can be streamed below.
That stream, the Black Lips video, and list of tour dates below...
Hunters at Bowery Ballroom in April (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Hunters will celebrate the album with a hometown release show at Death by Audio on October 11 with a few local regulars, Total Slacker, Skimask, and Sleepies. Not long after, they'll also be doing some CMJ shows, including the one on 10/15 at Cameo with PUP, Greys, Big Ups, Kirin J Callinan and Ovlov; and the Panache showcase on 10/17 at Baby's All Right (146 Broadway) with Speedy Ortiz, Ex-Cult, Calvin Love, Homeshake, and Big Ups. Flyer for the latter below.
In November, Hunters will kick off a full tour with Cali garage punks Audacity. That tour brings the two bands to NYC for a show on November 30 at Glasslands, which (like those CMJ shows) also includes an opening set from Brooklyn post-hardcore rippers Big Ups. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All dates are listed below.
Big Ups' debut LP, Eighteen Hours of Static, comes out January 14, and as usual they have a bunch of local shows coming up, including a lot during CMJ. All of their upcoming dates are listed below.
Meanwhile, Audacity is releasing a split 7" with The Coathangers on October 15 via Suicide Squeeze. The Coathangers recently revealed their contribution to the 7", "Adderall," which you can stream below. Their tour with Guitar Wolf hit NYC last night (9/29) at Santos. Anyone catch that show?
All lists of dates, song streams, and flyer, below...
Guitar Wolf saving us from alien zombies in 'Wild Zero'
Japan's greatest "JET" rock n' roll band, Guitar Wolf are one of the new additions to Goner Fest, and while they're over here in North America, they'll be kicking off a tour with The Coathangers right after their slot at Goner Fest. That tour brings both bands to NYC for a show on September 29 at Santos Party House. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All tour dates are listed below.
Meanwhile, The Coathangers will play NYC even sooner at the previously discussed Blackout Summer '13 happening on August 23 at The Paper Box with Pity Sex, The Death Set, and Dead//Beat. Since we last spoke, Your Skull My Closet have dropped off that show, and were replaced by Bear Hands and noise rockers EULA. Tickets for Blackout Summer are still available.
All dates are listed below...
Melodic shoegazers Pity Sex are set to bring their previously discussed tour with The World Is..., Daylight, and Dads to Death by Audio on July 20 (moved from Suburbia), and they've already announced that they'll return to NYC a month later.
They'll play the genre-diverse Blackout Summer '13 on August 23 at Paper Box, which includes previously announced garage punks The Coathangers, dance-punks The Death Set, Small Brown Bike/Leaving Rouge-related band, Your Skull My Closet, and Dead//Beat. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Then, the next day, Pity Sex hook back up with The World Is... and Dads for a Long Island show at The Wood Shop (8/24) in Copaigue. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Pity Sex released their impressive debut album, Feast of Love, this past June. A full stream of that album and an updated list of their tour dates, below...
The Coathangers at DBA, June 2012 (more by Chris La Putt)
Atlanta's first ladies of garage punk, The Coathangers, have released a new video for "Derek's Song," culled from a Suicide Squeeze split 7" with Nu Sensae (who recently played NYC) for Northside. The video for the track is below, and you can order your copy via the label.
The announcement of the video comes coupled with a batch of new East Coast dates that include a stop in NYC at Paper Box on August 23. Ticketing info is on the way. All tour dates are listed below.
SXSW is no doubt a great way to see a lot of bands in a short amount of time and can be a lot of fun. But it can also be a little much for some. If you'd like to see many of the same bands but in a more genteel setting, you might be interested in The Savannah Stopover which happens the weekend before SXSW (March 7 - 9) in at various clubs in Savannah, Georgia. Over 100 bands will play, including Of Montreal, Merchandise, Mac DeMarco, Chelsea Light Moving, Hunters, Braids, Delicate Steve, Turbo Fruits, Ducktails and loads more.
Milwaukee, WI's Jaill are currently on tour with their Sub Pop labelmates King Tuff, out promoting their fine new album Traps which came out last month. You can download a couple tracks from it at the top of this post. After a run with The Coathangers through the South, Jaill will hit the East Coast for a few dates with Fergus & Geronimo (who also have a new LP), including two NYC shows: Mercury Lounge on September 10 and Maxwell's on September 11. Mercury Lounge tickets go on sale Friday, July 20 at noon with an AmEx presale beginning today (7/18) at noon. Tickets for the Maxwell's show are on sale now.
All Jaill tour dates are listed below.
photos by Chris La Putt
The Coathangers at Death by Audio - 5/30/12
The Coathangers are on a tour which brought them to NYC for two shows, including a stop at Death By Audio on May 30, the day after they supported OFF! at Bowery Ballroom with Cerebral Ballzy. Joining the bratty Atlanta foursome was support from Hunters, The Numerators and Desert Sharks. More pictures from the DBA show are in this post.
Though a return trek to NYC is not currently in the near future, The Coathangers have added a batch of new tour dates with Heavy Cream and King Tuff/Jaill (separately) that includes a stop at Capitol Hill Block Party.
Speaking of Heavy Cream and King Tuff, both bands head to the NYC area in the coming weeks for separate shows. King Tuff plays two dates -- 285 Kent on 6/9 and Maxwell's on 6/14. Heavy Cream also play a pair of shows in NYC with Hunters, on June 17th at Cake Shop with The Foxx and at Death by Audio on June 18th with Mannequin Pussy.
All dates are listed below along with more pics from the DBA show...
Total Control at Fun Fun Fun Fest (more by BBG)
Total Control's Henge Beat was a favorite around these parts, and now the band recently released a split 12" with Thee Oh Sees. Check out a video for Total Control's "For Lease" from that split below and order your copy via Castle Face.
Total Control currently have no US dates scheduled. Thee Oh Sees, on the other hand, will spend their summer abroad and have a handful of appearances in the US. The band, who recently played Austin Psych Fest, will play a gang of festival dates including the previously discussed Pitchfork, Outside Lands, Hopscotch, ATP I'll Be Your Mirror and the sold-out Woodsist Festival in Big Sur.
In addition, the band just signed on to be a part of the Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle WA, joining names like Neko Case, Major Lazer, Fitz And The Tantrums, Phantogram, The Lumineers, Grimes, Aesop Rock w/ Rob Sonic & DJ Big Wiz, Youth Lagoon, Diplo, Cloud Nothings, The Psychic Paramount, Twin Shadow, Dam-Funk and so many more across six-stages and as many city blocks during three days in July (7/20-7/22). Current lineup is below and tickets are on sale.
All tour dates, the Capitol Hill Block Party lineup and that "For Lease" video is below.
The Coathangers at #HotelVegan during SXSW 2012 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
The Coathangers welcomed a new split 7" with Davila 666 this past Tuesday (streamable below), and have followed up that happy news with more: a new set of tourdates. The Atlanta punk four-piece are set to do a string of East Coast dates that include the previously discussed date with Keith Morris & the boys, as well as ANOTHER NYC appearance the following day at Death By Audio on May 30th with The Numerators. All tour dates are listed below.
Cerebral Ballzy also support OFF! at Bowery Ballroom on 5/29, and they'll play support for another band this weekend, Refused at Terminal 5. The show is sold-out.
All Coathangers dates and a streamable version of that split with Davila 666 is below.
Still from OFF!'s "Wiped Out" video
OFF! are back with their first official LP due on May 8th via Vice Records. The self-titled LP is the source of the recently released "King King Brigade" and a track called "Wiped Out" which now has a video which makes its debut here. Watch it below. Preorder a copy of the album on vinyl or CD.
As previously discussed, OFF! are touring in May and July (with Refused), and are scheduled to play two NYC shows in those months, including May 29 at Bowery Ballroom with Cerebral Ballzy and The Coathangers (tickets) and July 18th at Williamsburg Park with Refused (tickets).
They've since added even more shows in Europe. All dates, the new video and a stream of "King Kong Brigade", below...
New York's Bush Tetras had a no wave link, via guitarist Pat Place's association with James Chance, but the band's sound was neither frantic nor disjointed enough to be properly categorized with those bands. They played scrappy post-punk, with fellow Americans Pylon and Konk and Brits Delta 5 and Au Pairs as close contemporaries. If there's any one song the Bush Tetras are known for, it's 1980's "Too Many Creeps" -- the band's most representative song and also the catchiest, made by the kind of jagged rhythms, slicing guitars, and sniping vocals that were used throughout their short lifespan. -[Allmusic]One listen to "Too Many Creeps" (which was recently reiussed on wax) and it becomes evident how many bands followed in the footsteps of this NYC band who originally called it quits in 1983. Since that initial break, Cynthia Sley has stayed fairly active while the Bush Tetras have reunited on and off, most recently playing at Le Poisson Rouge and The Kitchen in NYC. The reunion continues TONIGHT (6/24) in a very different space, 285 Kent Ave, as the band will team up with Friends, Coathangers, and Religious to Damn for a show that kicks off at 8PM ($10). Yes, Bush Tetras are that "special guests TBA" last time we mentioned this show.
Tonight's date at 285 Kent is one of two NYC shows for the touring Coathangers, who also play Cake Shop Saturday (6/25) with Teen Witch and The Nec. Teen Witch also recently played Death By Audio with Heavy Cream.
285 Kent holds a different and equally compelling show Saturday: Fucked Up, Jeff The Brotherhood, & Iceage.
Bush Tetras recently popped in to WFMU to play a set. Stream it.
Check out some video and show details below.
The Coathangers @ Death By Audio (more by Leia Jospe)
The Coathangers released Larceny & Old Lace in North America this week (6/7) via Suicide Squeeze. The band will go on a tour later this month in support, and that reaches NYC on June 24 at 285 Kent in Brooklyn with Religious to Damn and special guests TBA. Coathangers also play June 25 at Cake Shop, though no other acts have been announced yet.
Larceny & Old Lace is available for purchase via the Suicide Squeeze webstore as CD and LP. Grab the tracks "Trailer Bark Boneyard" and "Hurricane" above, and check out the video for "Hurricane" along with more dates, album art and tracklist below.
"heading to NYC to play the PORTLANDIA premiere!" - The Thermals
"OMG just saw Carrie Brownstein at the airport SHE'S ON OUR FLIGHT!!!" - The Thermals
"whoa there's a lot of sluts on this flight. c u in NYC!" - The Thermals
"good flight. I finally learned what the mile high club is. I always thought it meant getting stoned in Denver" - The Thermals
The Thermals @ 2009 Pitchfork Fest (more by Joseph Xu)
"Allow us to introduce you (against their wishes) to Forbidden Friends!Forbidden Friends have no upcoming live dates, but (not counting the private party that Hutch has been tweeting about - see the top of this post) The Thermals do, as do Portlandia guest stars and Thermals' Kill Rock Stars label-mates Corin Tucker and the Decemberists.
Forbidden Friends is part secret society, part torrid love affair. The kind of experience you cherish, yet would kill to keep secret. Well as of this moment the secret is OUT. You can wash your dirty sheets as many times as you want, but once the world knows all your steamy indiscretions there's no going back! Might as well post all your (formerly) deep, dark secrets as your next status update. Forbidden Friends may have hoped to keep their little club private, but it's too late now! The gossips have spoken and won. Let's tell EVERYBODY. Please help us!
Forbidden Friends is a new band from Hutch Harris, lead singer and mastermind of The Thermals, Portland's last great post-pop-punk-power trio. Initially conceived as a way for lovers to send hidden messages in plain view (isn't there an app for that?), Forbidden Friends is now a legitimate, public work of art. The band is at once old fashioned (acoustic instruments, mono mixes), forward thinking (reference-less, incredibly danceable), and timeless (classic lyrical themes of love and desire.)
Forbidden Friends will release their debut single, "Tiny Hands", on the Kill Rock Stars label March 15, 2011, on vinyl (7") and digital download. It is accompanied by the b-side "For You". Harris played the basic instruments (drums, guitar, bass, vocals), and was assisted in the studio by his fellow Thermals Kathy Foster and Westin Glass, as well as Michael Lerner of Telekinesis, on percussion. Both songs are truly upbeat and fun, and are the perfect introduction to this exciting new band." [Kill Rock Stars]
Portlandia, starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, premieres on Friday, January 21, 2011 at 10:30 PM ET/PT on IFC, but you can watch it now in the video embedded below.
The Thermals, after the Portlandia party (1/19), have some dates scheduled on the west coast followed by a European tour with The Coathangers. Their list of dates, and Carrie's new band Wild Flag's updated set of dates, and pretty much every upcoming Kill Rock Stars-artist tour date currently listed by the label, is below...
photos by Leia Jospe
The Coathangers @ Death by Audio
Atlanta's The Coathangers, almost done with their tour, will bless Baltimore, MD tonight (11/17) with their garage-y punk, four days after their Saturday night Brooklyn show at Death By Audio with The So So Glos, The Ex-Humans, and Unholy Two. The Britney Spears fans are welcoming their new split 7" with The Numerators (on sale now) via Suicide Squeeze.
The So So Glos have a trio of new dates in their near future. First up, the band will headline The Studio at Webster Hall on November 26th with The Rassle and Devin Therriault (tickets). Then in December, they'll play the Showpaper Gallery on Dec 3rd with Weekends, Adult Themes, & Slow Animal, and Shea Stadium on Dec 11th.
All Coathangers and So So Glos tour dates, and more pictures of the two (Leia missed both openers) at DbA, male stripper included, below...
The Coathangers supporting The Thermals in April (more by Andrew Frisicano)
The Coathangers hit the road tomorrow (10/15) for a string of tour dates that include shows with Woven Bones, The Thermals (who just played Irving Plaza), Cymbals Eat Guitars and more as part of a larger US tour. NYC will get a look on that tour as the band will play Death By Audio on 11/13.
If you head out to the show, make sure and swing by the merch table, as the band will have some new goodies out with them. First up is the new Hard Candy 7" out NOW via Die Slaughterhaus Records featuring two new tracks, "Johnny" and "Wife Eyes". Suicide Squeeze will release a second 7" for the band, as The Coathangers will share a limited-to-500 split (100 opaque red, 400 black) with The Numerators. Dig on the incredible artwork for that below.
The Coathangers recently commissioned a video for the oh-so-fonky Judi Chicago remix of "Arthritis Sux". Check out that video for the first time, all tour dates, and The Coathangers/Numerators split art below.
words & photos by Andrew Frisicano
The Thermals completed a two-night run at Brooklyn Bowl last night (4/21). I was at the irst night, Tuesday, when they played a great set to a sold-out crowd. The band's two show run at the venue was the last stop of their two-week East Coast tour.
The Thermals crowd came ready to sing along, and got more and more riled up as things progressed (the band's "Pillar of Salt," "No Culture Icons," "Returning to the Fold" run at the end was particularly spectacular). There was a kind of girls vs. boys thing going on, with plenty of female fans belting out the words while the guys threw their bodies into it.
The hour-plus set covered the band's catalog, from the power-punk of More Parts Per Million to the cleanly cut songs on Now We Can See. The new material showed promise for Personal Life, their fifth album, due in September. Those tunes stayed intense even as the band slowed down the tempo. "Seperate" - from their Record Store Day split with the Cribs - is one new song with a different, more calculated edge (see it in a video from an earlier show on the tour, below). Here's hoping the new album will match The Body, The Blood, The Machine for lyrical sharpness and replayability. After the 20-ish song set, the band came back for a gracious encore, and repeated cries to play their Olympics anthem "Canada" went unheeded.
Spazzy punk band the Coathangers opened, with all four members taking turns at the mic as they swapped instruments. Other opener Past Lives played grungy rock that didn't really keep my attention (Tony Castles subbed for the Coathangers on the second night).
More pictures and a few of those new songs from their Baltimore tour stop are below...
photos by Bryan Bruchman
The Coathangers played a SXSW show at Beauty Bar on 3/19 with Aa, Golden Triangle & Garotas Suecas before they headed down to Mexico. Garotas Suecas and Golden Triangle will again share a bill on April 1st at Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. More pictures from the Austin show below...
by Andrew Frisicano
After spending four days in Austin for SXSW, my personal MtyMx experience started with an all-day trip from Austin to Monterrey on Sunday. I arrived to see Andrew W.K.'s set that night, the after-party at the Garage, and Monday from first to last band (minus the comedy set with Dan Deacon, though there are pictures of him too). I'm now writing this from Tennessee where the Big Ears Fest is about to begin. Stay tuned for reports about that, and check out my pictures from the festival in Mexico, with captions, below...
As anyone following along on @bvSXSW knows, after some serious transportation issues, Andrew Frisicano eventually made his way down to Monterrey, Mexico from Austin, TX (counting waiting for the bus to show up, it took him something like 18 hours which was 4 hours shorter than it took Ryan Muir) in time for a bit of the 2nd night and all of the third day (aka today, 3/22). Here is some of his story so far...
The Coathangers @ MtyMX (by TiTa_Elizondo)
"You Will Remember Tonight" was the song that stuck out in Andrew WK's headlining set at MtyMx Festival last night in Monterrey, Mexico. It was the second night of the fest, and the only set I saw because of a lengthy, complicated bus trip that started much earlier in the day.
There were a lot of questions coming down to Mexico: transportation, accommodations and food were mostly left in the hands of the festival, and at MtyMx now (5pm Monterrey time), most of those continue to be issues, sadly distracting from the bands who did make it. For some bands and showgoers the trip took 20+ hours of waiting and riding on buses, but if one thing has been consistent, it has been that no two MtyMx trips have been the same.
Due to spotty bus service from Austin, shaken confidence in the festival and scheduling issues, a number of the bands on the bill have canceled or been unable to make it down. Those bands (editor's note: which Todd P sarcastically addresses in a video below) include Washed Out, Small Black, Tanlines, No Age, Lucky Dragons, Anamanaguchi, Pocahaunted, Beach Fossils, MNDR, Sun Araw, Total Abuse, Talk Normal, The Wave Pictures, Fucked Up, The Sandwitches and Liturgy. On the festival's last day, arranging transportation back to Austin or elsewhere has been an overriding theme.
story continued below with video & more pics...
SXSWeek 2010: March 12-21The intial lineup of bands playing the music portion, below...
Interactive: March 12-16
Film: March 12-20
Music: March 17-21
Teenage Jesus & The Jerks @ Knitting Factory in June (more by Lori Baily)
tonight in NYC
* 50 Cent @ Governors Island
* NY Burlesque Fest @ BB King's
* Lucinda Williams @ Irving Plaza
* Bootleg w/ Lady Gaga @ Santos Party House
* The Do @ Hiro Ballroom at the Maritime Hotel
* Micachu & The Shapes, ACME @ (Le) Poisson Rouge
* A-Bones, The Fleshtones, The Above @ Union Hall
* Wallpaper, Mystery Roar, Bodega Girls @ The Cameo
* The Choke, Foster Care, Images, Corn Mo @ Bruar Falls
* Christina Courtin, Henry Wolfe, El May @ The Bell House
* Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band @ Giants Stadium
* The Antlers, Holly Miranda, Family Of The Year @ Maxwell's
* Amazing Baby, The Entrance Band, Psychic @ Bowery Ballroom
* The Besnard Lakes, Acrylics, The Cinnamon Band @ Mercury Lounge
* Cheap Time, Sediment Club, Guinea Worms, Uzi Rash @ Silent Barn
* 50 Cent, Kid Cudi, Wale, Mike Posner @ Beach at Governors Island
* Chain and the Gang, Fiasco, Preacher and the Knife @ 171 Lombardy Street
* The Jaguar Club, My Teenage Stride, pow wow!, Raise High The Roof Beam @ Cake Shop
* Dick Hyman, Ted Rosenthal, Aaron Diehl, Mike Lipskin, Ethan Iverson, Spike Wilner @ Smalls
* Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Depreciation Guild @ Webster
* Bling Kong, Motel Motel, Arms, Noel Heroux & Paul Holmes, Holas, Ivana XL, Grub Animal @ The Bell House
* WFMU Fest w/ Teenage Jesus & The Jerks, Sightings, Drunkdriver, Talk Normal @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Teenage Jesus & The Jerks, Sightings, Drunkdriver and Talk Normal play the WFMU Fest at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Last night Pissed Jeans was the headliner of the same festival at the same venue. The night before that was Faust.
Chain and the Gang was supposed to play Market Hotel - the show's now at 171 Lombardy Street...
...a wonderful, big (but cozy) new space in a dramatic location w/ a beautiful roof patio overlooking the Midtown skyline, the Greenpoint industrial district & the Kosciusko Bridge -PLUS- it's air conditioned & heated & has a killer soundsystem & great dance floor lights & no neighbors. Djs outside on the patio if it's warm / dry enough! - Todd PFiasco and Preacher and the Knife are also on the bill.
Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band do Born In The USA at Giants Stadium tonight.
Micachu & The Shapes join ACME at (Le) Poisson Rouge. Last night they were at Littlefield. The night before that we hosted them at Pop Montreal which is still going on up in Canada all this weekend.
Speaking of going on this weekend, ACL is happening in Austin.
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Cymbals Eat Guitars and The Depreciation Guild perform at Webster Hall. The same local lineup probably wouldn't have sold out Mercury Lounge a year ago.
Canada's Besnard Lakes skip Pop Montreal for NYC this weekend. Tonight they're at Mercury Lounge with Acrylics and The Cinnamon Band.
Lucinda Williams plays two sets, one of which is material only from her 1979-1989 catalogue, at Irving Plaza. Her next two shows cover the following two decades.
NY Burlesque Fest continues, tonight at BB King's.
The Dø follow up their Pop Montreal show with a gig at Hiro Ballroom at the Maritime Hotel.
The new season of Saturday Night Live continues tonight with musical guest Lady Gaga.
Tennessee's Cheap Time headlines tonight at Silent Barn (the same venue they played last night) with Sediment Club, Guinea Worms and Uzi Rash.
A video from the recent Coathangers show at Cake Shop, below...
Arctic Monkeys played Last Call Thursday. That and other videos below.....