What’s going on Super Bowl Sunday? (Kim Gordon, Gem Club, Nous, not much else)
It’s Super Bowl Sunday which means there’s almost nothing going on tonight. If you’re adamant about not watching the game there are a few interesting music options. You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…
Kim Gordon, Jutta Koether @ MoMA PS1
This is the closing party for the Mike Kelly retrospective and for it Kim Gordon and and visual artist Jutta Koether are creating a unique event for the occasion. This is an afternoon event, 4 PM.
Gem Club, Foxes in Fiction, Ricky Eat Acid @ Mercury Lounge
For those not ready for some football, Boston’s Gem Club make pastoral, quietly beautiful music that sounds like it comes from a world where contact sports don’t exist.
Nous @ Baby’s All Right
Also pretty far removed from the Superbowl, Nous are a new experimental project from composer Christopher Bono, with the talents of Greg Fox, Thor Harris, Shahzad Ismaily, Grey Mcmurray, and others. They just played their first ever show last night at Basilica Hudson, and this is their NYC debut. There’s an ambient piece from 7:45 PM, with the proper performance beginning at 8 PM.
Red Hot Chili Peppers and Bruno Mars play the Halftime show.
For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our full NYC show calendar.
For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.
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