What’s going on Monday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…
Tropical Fuck Storm @ Elsewhere
Australia’s awesome Tropical Fuck Storm, the new band from Gareth Liddiard and Fiona Kitschin of The Drones, are on tour with Modest Mouse currently and are using their day off to play this intimate headline show. Nobody else sounds quite like them.
The English Beat @ City Winery
Dave Wakeling released the first new English Beat album in 35 years back in the spring, but you can still expect a set made up mostly of their classics (and maybe a couple General Public songs too).
Marc Ribot (Songs of Resistance), Justin Vivian Bond, Ohene Cornelius, Domenica Fossati, Fay Victor @ (le) poisson rouge
Guitarist extraordinaire Marc Ribot‘s new album is Songs Of Resistance 1942 – 2018, where he reinterprets classic protest songs from around the world with help from a lot of very cool friends — including longtime collaborator Tom Waits, who sings the Italian folk song and anti-fascist anthem “Bella Ciao,” plus Steve Earle, Meshell Ndegeocello, Justin Vivian Bond, Tift Merritt, Fay Victor, Ohene Cornelius and Sam Amidon. He celebrates with some of those collaborators tonight and goodness knows we have a lot to protest.
OSHUN, Siimba Liives Long, King Courtnie @ Baby’s All Right
One of NYC’s best local bands, neo-soul/hip hop group OSHUN have gorgeous harmonies and an ace live band that’s like Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, and Digable Planets all rolled into one.
Brian Fallon, Craig Finn @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
While The Gaslight Anthem and The Hold Steady have both been busy this year, both bands frontmen are now teaming for a solo tour together. This is their second of two MHOW shows.
1999: A Party with Charli XCX and Friends, Dorian Electra, Leland @ Public Arts
Charli XCX has helped shape modern pop as we know it and she continues to do interesting and unexpected things with the genre. Tonight, the intimate Public Arts hosts ‘1999: A Party with Charli XCX and Friends,’ which also features Dorian Electra and Leland and which is being hosted by Kim Petras and special guests. Who will the guests be, and will they perform with Charli? You’ll find out if you got a ticket — not surprisingly, this small show is sold out.
Butterboy Comedy @ Littlefield
Jo Firestone & Joyelle Nicole Johnson host this week’s edition of Butterboy with guests, Abbi Crutchfield (Trutv’s You Can Do Better), Matt Koff (The Daily Show), Neel Nanda (Adam Devine’s House Party) , Heather Thomson (Bridgetown Comedy Festival), Maya May (Boston Comedy Festival).
For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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