What’s going on Sunday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…
Holy Ghost!, Classixx @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Two dance duos from different coasts are teaming up for two nights at MHOW, make-up shows for last year’s canceled T5 show. Tonight’s Night 2.
Shannon and the Clams, Brooklyn Bluebirds, Hideout @ Baby’s All Right
Shannon & the Clams are about to head into the studio to make their next album and are playing three warm-up shows at Baby’s beforehand. This is the first.
Women’s March Benefit @ City Winery
Yo La Tengo, Larkin Grimm, Kyp Malone and lost more play this benefit with proceeds going toward next weekend’s Women’s March on Washington, as well as the one happening in NYC.
Grooms, Big Bliss, Ritual Humor, Prima @ Alphaville
We hear Grooms’ new album is in the can, locked and loaded, and in much the same vein as 2015’s Comb the Feelings Though Your Hair. Which sounds good to us. Hear some new songs tonight.
Circa Survive, mewithoutYou, Turnover @ Webster Hall
Circa Survive are celebrating the tenth anniversary of On Letting Go on tour, and they’re bringing along two very cool openers. There’s mewithoutYou, who’s fruitful career has dabbled in post-hardcore, art rock, indie folk, and more; and emo-ish dream pop band Turnover. This is their second of two Webster Hall shows.
Old Wounds, Exalt, Lost Souls @ Saint Vitus
NJ metalcore band Old Wounds’ singer recently left the band but they’re continuing on and have a new record coming this year. Maybe we’ll get a taste of that tonight.
Starchild and The New Romantic, Lynette Williams, Denitia @ Threes Brewing
Raised on Prince and shepherded by Dev Hynes, Starchild is an extremely talented cat who exudes charisma (and has stage moves to match).Free hot chocolate at this show, if that’s a selling point for you.
Brooklyn Flea *mini* Record Fair
Brooklyn Flea’s indoor winter locale (1 Hanson Pl) is hosting a smaller version of it’s outdoor record fair this weekend with a mix of record labels, booths from record stores and vintage vendors.
For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.
For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.
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