What’s going on Monday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…
Midnight Oil, The Living End @ Terminal 5
Australian rock icons reformed this year and this is their second time through NYC. Frontman Peter Garrett may be 64 but he has the energy of someone a third his age, plus the Oils’ strident, political messages and anthemic music fit in perfectly with the craziness of 2017.
Sound of Ceres, Kate Brehm, The Poof, Visual Performance, Listening Center @ Alphaville
Sound of Ceres, the new band from Candy Claws’ Karen Hover and Ryan Hover, that also features The Drums’ Jacob Graham and Apples In Stereo’s Ben Phelan, will release their second album, The Twin, on October 6 and are in the midst of a Monday residency at Alphaville. Expect lasers to be incorporated into the proceedings.
The Special Without Brett Davis ft Seth Herzog, Sebastian DiNatale, Lorelei Ramirez, Bardia Salimi, Andrew Tisher, Steve Whalen @ Union Hall
Brett Davis, who performs in the guise of other characters (hence “without”), has relocated “The Special” to Union Hall and tonight welcomes a whole slew of guests, musical, comedy and otherwise.
Night Train w/ Wyatt Cenac @ Littlefield
It’s a special Brooklyn Comedy Fest edition of Night Train this week, and Wyatt welcomes guests Janelle James, Tim Dillon, Katie Hannigan, Calvin Evans, Jeffrey Joseph, Noah Garfinkel, and more.
Today is also the very rare TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN (well 71% in NYC) which hits peak coverage at 2:44 PM. Do wear proper eye protection etc.
For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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