What’s going on Monday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…
Japanese Breakfast, Hatchie, House of Nod (DJ Set) @ SummerStage in Central Park
Japanese Breakfast has been playing shows regularly throughout the spring, including a recent run in Asia, and for this free Central Park show she’ll be joined by fellow singer-songwriter Hatchie, whose debut LP Keepsake dropped this past week.
Lady Gaga @ Apollo Theater
It’s been a while since Lady Gaga has played an NYC show this intimate, as she heads to Harlem’s legendary Apollo Theater for a unique, invite-only performance, which will broadcast live on SiriusXM.
The Raconteurs @ iHeartRadio Theater
Jack White, Brendan Benson and crew play their last of five NYC-area shows this week behind their great new comeback LP Help Us Stranger. This one’s a special special record release show, which will be livestreamed by iHeartRadio, and also includes a Q&A with the band about the new album.
The Reverend Vince Anderson & The Love Choir @ Union Pool
Ten years ago, Reverend Vince Anderson and his Love Choir (made up of members of local indie rock bands like TV on the Radio and more) moved their long-running residency from Black Betty (now The Commodore) to Union Pool and to celebrate they’re throwing a special edition party tonight with special guests, drink specials and DJ Jonathan Toubin. Two sets: 10:30 and Midnight. Free.
Jackson Browne, Lucius @ Beacon Theatre
Legendary songwriter Jackson Browne continues his four-night run at Beacon Theatre tonight, accompanied by very solid openers Lucius, whom Jackson has praised in the past.
Pelican, Cloakroom, Planning For Burial @ Brooklyn Bazaar
Instru-metal greats Pelican just returned with their first album in six years, Nighttime Stories, and they’re now supporting it on tour with two equally intense acts: sludgegazers Cloakroom and doom and gloomer Planning for Burial.
Cakes Da Killa, Skype Williams, Wilhelmina, Sissy Elliott @ Elsewhere
Rapper Cakes Da Killa headlines a night of music he curated, featuring special guest Skype Williams, and a back-to-back DJ sets from Wilhelmina and Sissy Elliot.
For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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