What’s going on Tuesday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…
Weezer, Pixies, TV on the Radio, Basement @ Madison Square Garden
Weezer and Pixies are both responsible for some of the greatest, most influential, and most loved alternative rock songs of all time, so it’s pretty exciting that they’ve teamed up for another co-headlining tour (following last year’s). Rounding out tonight’s bill are NYC art rock greats TV on the Radio, and UK band Basement who definitely take a lot of influence from both Weezer and Pixies. Should be a good show all around.
Viagra Boys, Future Punx @ Elsewhere
Swedish punks Viagra Boys’ brand of dystopian punk fits in well with bands like IDLES and Iceage, brandishing a nihilistic sense of humor like a broken bottle in a bar fight.
Ella Mai, Kiana Lede, Lucky Daye @ Brooklyn Steel
Breakout R&B singer Ella Mai dominated the charts last year with hits “Boo’d Up” and “Trip,” and she’ll be bringing those songs and more off her debut LP tonight to Brooklyn Steel.
Meek Mill, Lil Durk, Kash Doll, Melii @ Hammerstein Ballroom
Meek Mill has gone through some highly publicized tough times, but luckily he came out on top and he’s still riding high off the strength of his fired-up 2018 album Championships. His tour behind that album hits NYC tonight and tomorrow. Good openers too.
Lords of Acid, Little Miss Nasty, Orgy, The Genitorturers @ Gramercy
He’re a triple bill for folks who frequented industrial clubs in the ’90s, featuring Lords of Acid, “death pop” band Orgy (you may remember their cover of “Blue Monday”) and long-running group Genitorturers, plus the rock n’ roll burlesque of Little Miss Nasty. They’re calling this tour “Pretty in Kink.”
Asgeir @ National Sawdust
Icelandic singer-songwriter Ásgeir Trausti makes atmospheric, breezy folk, and tonight marks his second of two shows at National Sawdust this week.
Ryley Walker, Zachary Cale, Special Guests @ Union Pool
Ryley walker continues his March residency at Union Pool where each week he’s collaborating with different special guests.
Tokyo Police Club, Honduras, Dizzy @ Warsaw
Veteran Canadian indie rock band Tokyo Police Club released their fourth album, TPC, back in October which was up for a Juno this year.
For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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