What’s going on Monday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…
James Blake, Khushi @ Terminal 5
James Blake concludes his two-night stand at Terminal 5 behind the excellent, personal Assume Form tonight, featuring an opening set from collaborator and rising UK songwriter Khushi.
The Knocks, Blu, Young & Sick @ Baby’s All Right
Having just played a big show at Brooklyn Steel, NYC-based electronic duo The Knocks are stopping at the far more intimate Baby’s All Right, with support from prolific rapper Blu and musician/artist Young and Sick.
John Mellencamp @ Beacon Theatre
Heartland rock vet John Mellencamp is bringing “The John Mellencamp Show” to Beacon Theatre tonight, his first of two shows at the venue.
Gang of Four @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Guitarist Andy Gill’s taught style influenced so much music over the last 40 years it’s hard to overestimate their importance. It’s too bad he’s currently the only original member in the band, who are nonetheless releasing a new album next month.
Nate Wooley (Columbia Icefield), MV Carbon @ Pioneer Works
This is the debut of a new Pioneer Works monthly series called False Harmonics that is “meant to explore alternative approaches to composition, improvisation and performance. Each installment of the series will feature two unique performances meant to contrast, yet compliment each other.” Nate Wooley’s Columbia Icefield features Mary Halvorson, Susan Alcorn & Ryan Sawyer.
Butterboy Comedy @ Littlefield
Jo Firestone and Maeve Higgins host tonight’s edition of Butterboy with guests Chris Redd (Saturday Night Live), Alice Wetterlund (Silicon Valley, People Of Earth), Noah Gardenswartz (Comedy Central Half Hour), Alzo Slade (Hbo’s Vice News), Liz Magee (New York Comedy Festival)
For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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