tix on sale: Sheer Terror, Tuck & Patti, Blood Orange, Jeremy Enigk, Maxwell, more
NYHC vets Sheer Terror are playing a hometown Sunday matinee at Knitting Factory on June 24 with Inhuman, Done Deal and None Above All. Tickets go on sale today at noon.
Veteran jazz duo Tuck & Patti, who are St. Vincent‘s uncle and aunt and recently toured with her and played on her new album, are doing two nights at Iridium, June 27 and 28. Tickets are on sale. They’ve also been added to the lineup of Newport Folk Festival, where they play Friday. Tickets are sold out for all three days of Newport Folk.
Soul band Durand Jones & the Indications are playing Music Hall of Williamsburg on April 27 with Cassandra Jenkins (tickets), and a free lunchtime in-store at Rough Trade on Wednesday, May 16 at 12:30 PM (more info). Their self-titled album is out now on Dead Oceans.
Jazz vet, electronic music pioneer and Stevie Wonder collaborator Malcolm Cecil is teaming with Steve Moore of Zombi for an ‘Ambient Church’ show at Bushwick United Methodist Church on Saturday (4/21) (tickets).
Deradoorian is taking part in “an evening of new music and poetry to raise consciousness around the 103rd worldwide commemoration of the Armenian Genocide” at Murmrr Ballroom on Saturday (4/21). She’s promising special guests during her set (including fellow Dirty Projectors collaborator Haley Dekle, who revealed the news in an Instagram story), and the bill also includes Aram Bajakian and Alan Semerdjian. Tickets are available.
Experimental musician Charlie Looker (Zs, Extra Life, Psalm Zero) is releasing his first solo album Simple Answers on June 15 via Last Things Records. The album features a 17-piece orchestra (including members of Mivos Quartet and ICE), and Charlie is celebrating the album at Brooklyn’s National Sawdust on June 14 with that orchestra, plus guest vocalists Doug Moore (of Pyrrhon) and Zohra Atash (of Azar Swan). Tickets are on sale.
Tickets for the Jeremy Enigk shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg and Asbury Lanes go on various presales today.
5/3: Tricky at Irving Plaza (tickets)
5/22: The New Trust at Alphaville (tickets)
6/9: BrooklynVegan Northside Showcase with Protomartyr, Deerhoof and more tba at Elsewhere (tickets)
10/26: Mercury Rev at Music Hall of Williamsburg, celebrating the 20th anniversary of Deserter’s Songs (tickets)
Enter to win tickets to:
4/19: Jeff Rosenstock at Warsaw
4/27: Okkervil River at Rough Trade
5/5: Brazilian Girls at Music Hall of Williamsburg
6/1-6/3: Governors Ball
6/14-6/17: Firefly Festival
Enter to win tickets to the show of your choice at Austin’s Levitation festival, which returns 4/26-4/29.
SOME UPCOMING SHOWS AT FOREST HILLS STADIUM:
6/8: Belle & Sebastian, Perfume Genius, and Frankie Cosmos (tickets are on sale, and you can also enter to win tickets)
6/9: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Head and The Heart, and Hiss Golden Messenger (tickets are on sale, and you can also enter to win tickets)
6/15: alt-J (in surround sound) and Kamasi Washington (tickets are on sale, and you can also enter to win tickets)
9/8: Jamiroquai (tickets)
9/15: David Byrne and Tune-Yards (tickets)
9/29-9/30: The National presents There’s No Leaving New York with Future Islands, Jason Isbell, Cat Power, Phoebe Bridgers, U.S. Girls, Bully and more. (tickets are on sale, and you can enter to win tickets).
SOME UPCOMING SHOWS at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival:
6/13: The Decemberists and M. Ward (tickets)
6/20: Grizzly Bear and Spoon (tickets)
7/25: Courtney Barnett, Julien Baker, and Vagabon (tickets)
SOME UPCOMING SHOWS at Stone Pony Summer Stage:
6/1: Primus & Mastodon (tickets)
6/15: Fitz & The Tantrums (tickets)
8/3: Boy George & Culture Club (tickets)
8/4: The Bouncing Souls, Against Me! & Titus Andronicus (tickets)
8/14: Band of Horses (tickets)
MORE UPCOMING SHOWS
Philip Glass’s collaborations with Ravi Shankar are remembered at Carnegie Hall Presents: Pacific Symphony 4/21 (tickets)
Red Bull Music Festival returns to NYC in May, including:
Legendary musician, actor, and activist Harry Belafonte in conversation on 5/5 (tickets)
Fever Ray‘s first US shows in eight years 5/12 (sold out) – 5/13 (tickets)
David Bowie & Enda Walsh’s musical, Lazarus, gets the live soundtrack experience for a single night in Brooklyn – a film of the London production will be soundtracked live by the seven-piece band that backed Michael C. Hall during the original Off-Broadway run, 5/2 at Kings Theatre. (tickets)
David Lynch‘s Festival of Disruption comes to NYC for the first time 5/19-5/20 with live music from Angel Olsen (solo), Animal Collective, Flying Lotus (DJ set), Jon Hopkins, Jim James (solo), Au Revoir Simone, and Rebekah Del Rio; talks and screenings from David Lynch himself (Rare Short Films), Isabella Rossellini (Blue Velvet), and Gregory Crewsdon (There But Not There); art exhibits, and meditation. (tickets)
Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Music Festival returns this summer, including dates at BB&T Pavilion 9/15 (tickets), PNC Bank Arts Center 9/16 (tickets) & Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center 9/23 (tickets)
Browse our “Tickets On Sale” tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
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