Entries tagged with: new years eve
Perfect Pussy at P4k 2014 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
Glasslands just announced their New Year's Eve show, and now another Williamsburg venue, Baby's All Right, is announcing theirs. It's a stacked, multi-genre night with rapper Mykki Blanco, noise punks Perfect Pussy (who were supposed to play Baby's on NYE last year but dropped off), Ricky Eat Acid, Porches frontman Aaron Maine in his Ronald Paris guise, Sunflower Bean, James K, Dubbel Dutch (DJ), Mr. UNO (DJ), and a "Special Secret Guest" (who could it be?).
Doors open at 7 PM with two hours of open bar from 7-9 PM with Perfect Pussy singer (and solo artist) Meredith Graves DJing. Then EVR radio show Chances With Wolves will be DJing the front room all night after 9 PM.
Tickets go on sale at 10 AM on Tuesday (12/16), and there's an option for some extra dough to also get the "Baby's 2015 Watch" which gets you "free shows for ONE YEAR when you buy this limited edition watch including New Year's Eve (only 100 available!). Some restrictions may apply.
Join the Glasslands family for our venue's final night of music on planet Earth - we're bringing back four very special SECRET guests (TRUST US) from our past to send things off in ass-kicking name-taking style!Tickets for the final night of Glasslands go on sale Wednesday (12/17) at 10 AM.
Come early for the hour-long vodka open bar and midnight champagne toast, and stick around until the very end. Come share your Kent Ave stories, let's laugh, let's cry, and let's rock.
Thank you to all the artists that made our venue a special place for so many years, and to Brooklyn for making Glasslands your go-to home for good feels. Welcome to 2015, a brave new future!
See you at the finish line!
Who do you think the four special secret guests will be? Yeasayer? Bear in Heaven? Das Racist reunion? Neil Diamond? Pearl Jam? Two Live Crew? We shall see.
Restorations (photo by Andrew Schwartz)
Heartland punks Restorations, who put out a great new LP this year and told us their favorite LPs of 2014, will return to NYC with their shoegazey Philly neighbors Creepoid for a free show at Brooklyn Night Bazaar on January 2 (the Friday after New Year's Eve). Also on that bill is The Yum Dee Days.
As discussed, Creepoid will also be in NYC on New Year's Eve to open for Quicksand at Saint Vitus. Online ticket sales are sold out (20 more tickets remain at the venue's bar), but those looking for '90s post-hardcore/emo on NYE might also like to know that tickets are still on sale for the Rainer Maria / Moss Icon show, and tickets are still on sale to see ex-Drive Like Jehu band Obits at Acheron that night.
Restorations only have one other upcoming date, and that's a show in their home state with their post-metal Philly neighbors Rosetta (who put out a new EP not long ago). It's a special show though, with Rosetta playing a "quiet instrumental set" and Restorations playing acoustic.
All Restorations and Creepoid dates are listed, with videos from both bands, below...
Star Slinger is playing a secret New Year's Eve show on the west coast and right after that hooking up with fellow beatmaker Trippy Turtle (aka maybe Cashmere Cat) for a short tour. That tour hits NYC on January 2 at Webster Hall (aka the Friday after NYE), and tickets for that show are on sale now. That's two days after Kiesza will get Webster Hall dancing on NYE. All Star Slinger/Trippy Turtle dates are listed below.
Star Slinger has also done a number of remixes recently. He took on "Won't Look Back" by Duke Dumont (who also gets NYC moving on New Year's Eve), iLoveMakonnen's "Tuesday" (that Makonnen played at Mercury Lounge and on "The Tonight Show" last night), Blood Orange's "On The Line," ODESZA's "Say My Name" and MAUSI's "My Friend Has Swimming Pool."
Stream all those remixes, with a video of Makonnen on "The Tonight Show" and the list of Star Slinger dates, below...
A$AP Ferg in Queens in May (more by Gretchen Robinette)
A$AP Ferg returned this week with a new mixtape, Ferg Forever. It's got production from Big K.R.I.T., Clams Casino, Mike Will Made It and others, with M.I.A., Big Sean, SZA, YG, Wynter Gordon and more making guest appearances. You can stream that in full below and download it for free at DatPiff.
After NYE, Ferg heads out on a tour with YG. That tour doesn't include any NYC dates but there are nearby stops in Connecticut, Boston and Philly. All dates are listed, with the new mixtape stream, below...
Quicksand at FFF 2013 (more by Tim Griffin)
Walter Schreifels has had a busy year, playing with two new bands, as well as getting in a few Gorilla Biscuits shows. Now his '90s-era post-hardcore band Quicksand have announced that they'll celebrate New Year's Eve at Saint Vitus in Brooklyn with support from Philly shoegazers Creepoid. Tickets for that show are on sale now and an additional 100 tickets will be available at the Vitus bar starting 7 PM on Sunday (12/7).
Tough New Year's Eve for '90s post-hardcore/emo/etc fans between this and Rainer Maria and Moss Icon.
Duke Dumont at Lollapalooza 2014 (more by James Richards IV)
Production wiz Machinedrum will headline a bill at Greenpoint party warehouse Brooklyn Night Bazaar. Also on that bill is Teklife's DJ Spinn & Taso and DJ Earl, Rinsed's Dan Wender & Blacky II, and more TBA. Tickets are on sale now. Machinedrum's promising a 3 hour extended set. He has a few other dates this month too and those are all listed, with the show flyer, below.
Meanwhile over at Slake, pop-house thumper Duke Dumont will be getting the place shaking along with Alex English, Hiyawatha and Dali. Tickets are on sale. Duke's also got other dates which are listed below.
Kiesza, the person behind the post-Disclosure pop hit "Hideaway" and its Williamsburg-friendly video, will be celebrating New Year's Eve in style at NYC's Webster Hall. Tickets are on sale now, starting at $99, and there's three different options that include more perks for more dough, like open bar or a VIP table. There's also after-hours tickets to keep the party going until 8 AM.
Webster Hall is also where Kiesza last played NYC, as part of Downtown Fest which she co-headlined. Her only proper, non-holiday/fest/promo/fashion-week/guest-appearance NYC show so far was her debut one which took place at Santos. Both Santos and and the last Webster one were great, though I personally would avoid Webster Hall on NYE.
Meanwhile, Kiesza's "Take U There" collaborators Skrillex and Diplo are playing their own previously-discussed NYE show at Madison Square Garden (tickets). Will Kiesza have time to scoot over to MSG for a bit and sing with them?
Stream "Take U There" and watch the "Hideaway" video below...
James Murphy at CBGB Fest 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy hasn't let the dissolution of his old band slow him down. He's hitting Brooklyn's Output on December 11 with frequent collaborator Tim Sweeney to DJ the club's weekly INPUT party. Tickets are on sale.
James Murphy has been a busy guy in the past few months, drumming for the recently-reunited Dungbeetle, starring in Arcade Fire's recent horror flick, DJing a Star Trek event and turning tennis data into music.
Other recently-announced Output DJ sets include Chromeo on 12/30 (tickets), DJ Koze and many more on New Year's Eve (tickets), and Bonobo on 2/5 (tickets). James Blake's DJ set at Output is this Wednesday (12/3) and tickets are still available.
Watch James Murphy's 2012 Boiler Room set below...
Obits @ BK Bazaar - 11/22/14 (via Kyle Page)
Brooklyn garage punk greats Obits played a one-off in their hometown this past Saturday (11/22) at Brooklyn Night Bazaar with Survival Knife, Hungry Ghost and Pink Avalanche. Anyone catch that? How was it? You can check out a video of them from that show, below.
Obits have now announced their next hometown show which happens New Year's Eve at Acheron, which is a pretty small venue and it sounds like this will be one of the rowdier NYE options in NYC. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Obits frontman Rick Froberg is also one of the many Brooklyn artists taking part in this year's Brooklyn Rock Lottery which also includes members of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Parquet Courts, Dismemberment Plan and more. Plus, since we last spoke, members of Girls Against Boys, Mutilation Rites, St. Lucia and more were added, as well as MC Tim Harrington (Les Savy Fav). Updated lineup below.
Rick Froberg's Drive Like Jehu/Hot Snakes bandmate John Reis also has a collaborative surf rock album and tour planned with The Blind Shake.
Obits video and Rock Lottery lineup below...
Washed Out at Governors Ball 2014 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
While many from his genre have faded away, Washed Out is still riding those chill waves and will be doing some DJ dates this December including NYC on New Year's Eve at Brooklyn Bowl. Tickets for this chance to dance your way into the new year with Ernest Greene and his selection of jams go on sale at 10 AM today (11/21).
All dates are listed below...
!!! @ Central Park Summerstage in September (more by Amanda Hatfield)
The NYC New Year's Eve options continue to grow. If you want to ring in 2015 with extra exclamation points and new age mysticism, !!! (chk chk chk) will be playing with Prince Rama on NYE at Knitting Factory. "Special Guests" are also promised and you also get a complimentary midnight champagne toast. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 AM.
Prince Rama DJ'd at Baby's last night with Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow. Anyone go to that?
Spirit Family Reunion in Central Park in August (more by Chris La Putt)
The year is coming to a close before we know it, and more and more New Year's Eve shows happening in NYC are being announced. The newest one is traditional bluegrass devotees Spirit Family Reunion, who will be playing Rough Trade on NYE this year. Tickets for that show go on sale Wednesday (11/19) at noon.
Watch a Spirit Family Reunion video below...
As discussed, Animal Collective are on a DJ tour which hits NYC tonight (11/14) at Brooklyn Bowl with Avey Tare, Geologist and Deakin in tow. It also returns to that same venue on December 12 without Avey Tare. Tickets for both nights are still available.
While Geologist is in town this weekend, he'll stop by Baby's All Right on Saturday (11/15) to DJ their recurring Grateful Dead brunch, which as you may have guessed is an afternoon of brunch and DJs spinning Dead tunes. Saturday's show will be hosted by Schaeffer Beach (aka TAO's Rich Schaefer and Bowery Presents' Johnny Beach), goes from noon to 4 PM and is free (the music, not the brunch). Flyer below. As you may remember, Animal Collective are no strangers to the Grateful Dead, having gotten the first ever licensed Grateful Dead sample in their song "What Would I Want? Sky."
Meanwhile, to hear some Dead tunes in a live environment, the ongoing Phil Lesh & Friends residency at Port Chester's Capitol Theatre continues this weekend with shows tonight (tickets) and Saturday (sold out). You can also get tickets to their upcoming shows the following two Fridays and Saturdays -- 11/21, 11/22, 11/28, and 11/29. Phil also plays three shows leading up to New Year's Eve at that venue with JRAD. 12/30 and 12/31 are sold out, but tickets to 12/29 go on sale today at noon.
The Hold Steady at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium (more by PSquared)
The Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn and The So So Glos are already on board for the BrooklynVegan-presented 'Champagne Jam' holiday show at Webster Hall headlined by The Front Bottoms, and now it's been announced that just ten days later the full Hold Steady crew and the So So Glos will team up yet again to play New Year's Eve at Music Hall of Williamsburg. The show also doubles as Hold Steady bassist Galen Polivka's birthday party. Here's the details:
The Hold Steady will be celebrating bass player Galen Polivka's birthday in extra special style to end 2014, by having a Birthday Bash at Music Hall of Williamsburg on December 31, 2014. Special Guests The So-So Glos will start the evening off right before The Hold Steady blast through their 111th (and last) live show of 2014. Join in for a birthday toast at midnight as Galen enjoys day two of a new year. There are a limited number of tickets for the post-show Birthday Bash to be held downstairs at Music Hall. The Birthday ticket includes a limited edition numbered and THS-signed show poster and access to the Birthday Bash, where The Hold Steady will be DJ'ing from 1am until the streets are clear from that other holiday happening on December 31.Tickets for the show go on sale Friday (10/31) at noon with an AmEx presale starting Wednesday (10/29) at noon. For $30 extra, you can get the birthday ticket which "includes screened poster signed by the band and an invite to post-show birthday celebration downstairs where The Hold Steady will be DJ'ing."
The Hold Steady's only other announced dates are a four-night run in Toronto for The Horseshoe Tavern's 67th birthday celebration. The first two nights are with Single Mothers, a band who are definitely inspired by The Hold Steady. All dates are listed below...
Fishbone at Afropunk 2014 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Long-running eclectic alternative band Fishbone are still going strong, having released a new EP, Intrinsically Intertwined, earlier this year. They've also played a few festivals, including NYC's Afropunk, and have more tour dates coming up including a return to NYC before the year ends. Following an opening slot at The Mighty Mighty Bosstones' Homedown Throwdown (12/26) and a NJ show in Stanhope (12/27), Fishbone will hit NYC's Gramercy Theatre on December 28 with with Shinobi Ninja. Tickets for the NYC show go on sale Friday (10/24) at 10 AA with Live Nation/Music Geeks (password: musicgeeks) presales starting today (10/22) at 10 AM.
After Gramercy, Fishbone will head across the country for a New Year's Eve show in San Diego. All of their dates are listed, with a stream of "Unstruck" from the new EP, below...
by Andrew Sacher
The emo reunions have been aplenty lately (like American Football, Mineral, The Jazz June, etc), and here's another one to get excited about: Rainer Maria! They've just announced that they'll be headlining NYC's Bowery Ballroom on New Year's Eve this year, which may just be the best way your emo self can ring in the new year in NYC. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (10/17) at noon
with an AmEx presale starting Wednesday (10/15) at noon (update: no presale). It's their only announced date at the moment but we'll let you know if we hear of more.
Rainer Maria were initially around from 1995 to 2006, when they played their final show at Northsix (what is now Music Hall of Williamsburg). Like fellow emo reuniters American Football, Rainer Maria were on Polyvinyl for most of their career and put out several albums for the label including classics like 1997's Past Worn Searching, 1999's Look Now Look Again, 2001's A Better Version of Me and more. Revisit some classic material below...
Disclosure in Chicago in August (more by Brigid Gallagher)
Disclosure have announced another of their WILD LIFE shows, this one happening New Year's Eve at NYC's Pier 94 (indoors). They'll be DJing, and there will also be sets from Claude Vonstroke, Dusky, Ten Walls, Kyle Hall and Isaac Tichauer. Tickets for this danceable way to ring in the new year go on sale Friday (10/1) at noon. Show flyer, and Disclosure's full list of upcoming dates, below.
Bouncing Souls at House of Vans in July (more by Mimi Hong)
The Bouncing Souls, who turned 25 earlier this year and played the Court Tavern earlier this month, have announced their annual 'Home for the Holiday's shows for 2014. The NJ band will return to Asbury Park's Stone Pony from Friday, December 26 to Sunday, December 28. Lineups, ticket packages and afterparties will be announced October 6. A pre-sale begins October 7 at the Chunksaah site and general on-sale begins October 10.
The Souls are also celebrating New Year's Eve with shows on December 30 & 31 in Denver this year. All upcoming dates are listed below...
Patti Smith isn't the only NYC punk legend celebrating the new year in her hometown this year. The Dictators, whose 1975 album Go Girl Crazy! was highly influential on the early punk scene and included a cover of "California Sun" two years before the Ramones released one, will hit the small Bowery Electric on New Year's Eve with support from two younger garage punk bands, Dirty Fences and Hector's Pets. There will be a champagne toast at midnight, and tickets are on sale now. Their current lineup includes lead singer Handsome Dick Manitoba with other longtime members Ross The Boss and JP "Thunderbolt" Patterson, plus Daniel Rey and Dean Rispler.
Before that, The Dictators will be in Austin for one of the FFF Nites shows which are all free with your Fun Fun Fun Fest wristband. Stay tuned for more info on the exact show they'll play. After NYE, The Dictators will go on their first west coast year in over ten years.
All Dictators dates are listed, with a couple classic song streams, below...
Diplo has a few dates coming up this year, and he'll be ringing in the new year in a big way when he teams up with Skrillex for a New Year's Eve show at Madison Square Garden. The show will include solo sets from each producer, plus a set as their collaborative project Jack U. Tickets are currently on AmEx presale with a Live Nation presale beginning Thursday (9/18) at 10 AM and the general on-sale starting Friday (9/19) at noon. All Diplo dates are listed below.
The pair have also premiered the studio version of their collaboration with pop singer Kiesza, "Take Ü There," on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show. You can stream that below. Maybe Kiesza will show up on NYE? We know for sure she'll play NYC in October though, for the Downtown Music Festival.
List of dates and song stream below...
More New Year's Eve options for those who'll be in NYC: DFA dance duo Holy Ghost! will be keep bodies moving at Irving Plaza (12/31) with "special guests" TBA. Tickets are currently on presale (password is "DONYC") and the go on sale to the general public on Friday at 10 AM.
Between now and the drop of the ball, Holy Ghost! have other tour dates and will also be working on new music -- their last album was 2013's Dynamics. Flyer for their NYE show, with their list of tour dates, below...
Deer Tick at one of their 2012 Brooklyn Bowl holiday shows (more by Tracy Allison)
How are you spending your week between Christmas and New Years? For Deer Tick, who have their 10th anniversary this year, they'll be celebrating at at Brooklyn Bowl for a special six-night run from December 26 - December 31. The first five nights, in addition to their own material, they'll be covering some of their favorite albums in full:
12/26: NRBQ - Tiddlywinks / Deer Tick: War Elephant (tix)More excitingly, at the 12/26 show they'll be performing their 2007 album War Elephant in full too! For the final (New Year's Eve) show, it will be an entirely fan-chosen setlist. The band are promising "many friends, special guests, and great bands joining the party each night." Tickets for these Brooklyn Bowl shows go on sale Friday (9/12) at noon with a presale beginning Wednesday (9/10) at noon.
12/27: Lou Reed - Transformer (tix)
12/28: The Beatles - Meet the Beatles (tix)
12/29: Devo - Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (tix)
12/30: Elvis Costello - My Aim is True (tix)
12/31 fan chosen Deer Tick Set (tix)
Congrats to Deer Tick on on 10 great years! We're glad to have spent most of that ride with them. Highlights include Deer Tick's opening set at our very first official SXSW showcase and their headlining set at our show at the same venue just one year later. War Elephant was their only album released both of those years, and I'm especially excited about that one being performed in full.
Deer Tick are no strangers to holiday shows at Brooklyn Bowl or performing lots of covers. Meanwhile, the band will open for The Replacements next week (9/19) at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens with The Hold Steady on the bill too. Tickets are still available (you can win them too). Updated tour dates, plus Rdio/YouTube streams of the albums they're covering, are below.
Gogol Bordello at MHOW in 2013 (more by Vladislav Grach)
It's become a tradition for Gogol Bordello to play NYC's Terminal 5 on New Year's Eve, but this year the gypsy punk crew will be in Philly hat night instead. However, the following Friday and Saturday (January 2 and 3), they'll be at the NYC venue for a two-night stand. Tickets for those shows, including a 2-day pass option, go on sale Friday (9/5) at noon. AmEx presales for the individual shows start Wednesday (9/3) at noon. There's also an ongoing presale for the NYC dates and other US dates using the password: puravida.
All dates are listed below...
UPDATE: PRESALE PASSWORD HERE.
Patti Smith's annual end of year shows will happen once again on December 29 and 30 at Webster Hall (where they were last year) in her hometown of NYC. Tickets for those shows go on sale Saturday (9/6) at 10 AM with a BrooklynVegan presale starting Friday (9/5) at 10 AM. Check back here Friday morning for the password.
UPDATE: PRESALE PASSWORD HERE.
Patti has a couple other upcoming dates, including Riot Fest Chicago. All currently announced dates are listed below...