What’s going on Thursday?
Our free “Marley” screening is today.
Peelander-Z @ Public Assembly in 2011 (more by Chris La Putt)
today in NYC
* AVERY*Sunshine @ Drom
* Lil B @ the New Museum
* Peelander-Z on a boat
* Amanda Mair @ Pianos
* Kneebody @ Littlefield
* Furthur @ Beacon Theatre
* Questlove @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Kraftwerk @ Museum of Modern Art
* White Rabbits, Gull @ Webster Hall
* Wolf, Scott Metzger @ Hill Country
* Dr. John @ Brooklyn Academy of Music
* Yellow Ostrich, TEEN @ Mercury Lounge
* Crocodiles, Punks on Mars @ Mercury Lounge
* Tanlines, Rewards, Tezeo @ Bowery Ballroom
* A Silent Film, Empires, Transitshop @ Maxwell’s
* PitchBlak Brass Band, Underground Horns @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Via Audio, King Stork, Whale Belly, Amoroso @ Cake Shop
* P.G. Six, Citay, Trummors, Chris Devlin @ Public Assembly
* Bee and Flower, Sondra Sun-Odeon, Sun Moon, Yoshiko @ Zebulon
* Mirror Mirror, Mas Ysa, KOORTWAH, YOU, Xtapussy @ Cameo Gallery
* Stevie Jackson, Honeybunch, The Pines, The Softies @ The Bell House
* The Dixons, Amen Dunes, Spectre Folk, The Naked Heroes @ Union Pool
* Charlie Phillips, Sickabod Sane, Astroclub Blonde, Tape Deck @ Glasslands
* Sex Bruises, Dromez, Macho Blush, Dubknowdub, Hollow Moon @ Death By Audio
* Alabama Shakes, Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Felix Del Tredici, The Orion String Quartet, Fireworks Ensemble @ Le Poisson Rouge
* Ancient Ocean, D. Charles Speer Duo, Pigeons, Tom Carter, Smoke & Flowers @ Big Snow Buffalo Lodge
* The Death Set, Moombahton Maxxin Crew, DJ Cousin Culo, DJ Reck, Phi Unit, Rocky Business, Fuking Bullshit @ Santos Party House
* Our Mountain, Wim, Ex-Cops, Dolphin Mouth, Amanda Mair, Booty Klapp, Liv & Beyng @ Pianos
Our free “Marley” screening this evening at Knitting Factory is first come, first served. Check out the trailer again below.
Hannibal Buress, who hosts free comedy every Sunday at Knitting Factory, plays Caroline’s tonight and for the next six nights.
Dr. John starts the last of his trio of concert events at BAM with “Funky But It’s Nu Awlins,” celebrating his hometown’s songbook with fellow New Orleans musicians. The shows start tonight and conclude this Saturday(4/14).
90s urban indie zine chickfactor wraps up its 20th anniversary festivities with tonight’s gig at The Bell House, featuring Stevie Jackson, Honey Bunch, A Girl Called Eddy, and The Softies.