What’s going on Wednesday?
My Brightest Diamond @ BAM, May 2012 (more by David Andrako)
Ducktails @ Glasslands, October 2011 (more by Jessica Amaya)
today in NYC
* John Mulaney @ UCB
* John Hodgman @ Union Hall
* Tomas Fujiwara Trio @ Barbes
* We are the Woods @ Joe’s Pub
* Hot Club of Detroit @ The Iridium
* Louie Vega, Kevin Hodge @ Cielo
* Big Daddy Kane, Lunice @ S.O.B.’s
* Wands, Zena Rd @ The Grand Victory
* Trey Anastasio @ The Capitol Theatre
* The Mandingo Ambassadors @ Barbes
* Soundgarden @ Hammerstein Ballroom
* Onuinu, Chrome Sparks @ Cameo Gallery
* Wu-Block, Ghostface Killah @ Santos Party House
* Palma Violets, Hollerado, The Teen Age @ Glasslands
* Majical Cloudz, Tempers, Kuhrye-oo @ Death By Audio
* Family Photos, Such Hounds, Cold Ones @ Cake Shop
* Trinidad James, Antwon, Hot Sugar @ Public Assembly
* My Brightest Diamond, Talk Normal @ Bowery Ballroom
* Sophie et le Femme, Leyla McCalla @ Pete’s Candy Store
* Ducktails, Chris Cohen, Future Shuttle @ Le Poisson Rouge
* Comadrone, Friend Roulette, DT Rotbot, Landlady @ Pianos
* Taylor Ho Bynum, Sara Schoenbeck, Joe Morris @ The Stone
* A Breif View Of The Hudson, Madison Cano @ Bowery Electric
* Big Terrific w/ Guy Branum, Josh Gondelman, Barry Rothbart @ Cameo
* Stephen Haynes, Kyoko Kitamura, Michael Evans, Joe Morris @ The Stone
* Takka Takka, Pattern is Movement, WIM, Future of What @ Mercury Lounge
* All Night Chemists, Dub Trio, Sky White Tiger, Matt Sucich @ Rockwood Music Hall
Tonight’s Ducktails show at Le Poisson Rouge is a release party for their new album, The Flower Lane, and will be performed In the Round. You can still get tickets to the show which features a slew of guests, including Chris Cohen, Jessa Farkas (of Future Shuttle), Joel Ford (of Ford and Lopatin), and Real Estate’s Martin Courtney. If you can’t make it (or aren’t in NYC) you can stream it live via Pitchfork.tv beginning at 10:30 PM EST.
UK group Palma Violets play their second of three Brooklyn shows this week, tonight at Glasslands and tickets are still available. If you’re going, be sure to get there early for Canadian openers Hollerado who are a lot of fun. They play Glasslands again on Monday (1/28).
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Deap Vally have a new video for their track “Lies” and you can watch that below too.
Grizzly Bear – “Gun Shy (Lindstrom remix)”
Deap Vally – “Lies”