What’s going on Tuesday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…
Imogen Heap @ Town Hall
Imogen Heap is on her first North American tour in nine years, and making the tour even more exciting is that she is reuniting with her Frou Frou partner Guy Sigsworth for it. The tour is happening in conjunction with the launch of Mycelia, Imogen’s new “research and development hub for music makers,” but she isn’t letting the unique concept deter her from playing lots of solo and Frou Frou classics.
Morrissey @ Lunt Fontanne Theatre
After a couple nights off, Moz continues his Broadway residency tonight. He’s been dusting off some oldies for these shows, what might he play tonight?
The Drums, Tanukichan @ Mercury Lounge
Having just released their very good fifth album, Brutalism, indie pop band The Drums play this intimate show tonight ahead of Thursday’s bigger show at Warsaw.
King Dude, Kate Clover, Maggot Heart @ Saint Vitus Bar
Gothy folk/country/rock artist King Dude, who released Music to Make War To last August, is on his first tour since dropping off the Taake tour last year.
Film School, Mint Field, Rich Girls @ Baby’s All Right
’90s/’00s era California dreampop/shoegaze band Film School reunited a couple years ago and released Bright To Death, their first record in nearly a decade, last year.
Graham Parker @ City Winery
Former Rumour frontman Graham Parker is a rock n’ roll survivor and songwriting great who rivals Elvis Costello in wit and melody, even if he isn’t as well known in this country.
Black Label Society, Conan, The Atomic Bitchwax @ Bowery Ballroom
While Zakk Wylde had been busy lately playing guitar for Ozzy Osbourne (who had to postpone the rest of his tour for health reasons), he’s now taking his own band Black Label Society on the road to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their 1999 debut album Sonic Brew. They’ve also lined up killer support from UK doom/sludge greats Conan and NJ stoner rock vets The Atomic Bitchwax.
Movements, Boston Manor, Trash Boat, Drug Church @ Irving Plaza
California emo band Movements had a quick rise after releasing their 2017 debut album Feel Something, and they’re on tour again in continued support of that album. If you’re going, it’s worth showing up early for openers Drug Church, whose Cheer was one of the most enjoyable punk albums of last year.
Tom Morello @ The Stone Pony
Tom Morello is on the road again supporting his 2018 solo album The Atlas Underground, and he’s saying the show will be “somewhere between a crazy mosh pit, an illegal rave, a subversive art installation, and a prison riot.” The tour hits NJ tonight and NYC next week.
Doro, Metal Church, Images of Eden, Lost Legacy @ The Kingsland
It’s a double header of veteran metal acts with former Warlock frontwoman Doro and Metal Church, who bring their tour to The Kingsland last night.
Eyehategod, Negative Approach, Sheer Terror, The Fight @ Amityville Music Hall
NOLA sludge greats Eyehategod, Detroit hardcore legends Negative Approach, and NYHC legends Sheer Terror are on the road together, and this killer triple bill hits Long Island tonight followed by two Brooklyn shows this weekend.
Laurie Anderson, Yongey Mingur Rinpoche (Q&A) @ Murmrr Theatre
Not a concert but a talk with Laurie Anderson talks with Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche about his new book, In Love with the World: A Monk’s Journey Through the Bardos of Living and Dying.
Nickel Creek @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Chris Thile is usually busy hosting his Minnesota Public Radio show Live From Here these days, but he’s set time aside to tour with his trio Nickel Creek, including this two-night run at Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Eyes of Love, Tredici Bacci @ Our Wicked Lady Rooftop
Brooklyn songwriter Andrea Schiavelli, who used to play in Nude Beach and Punks on Mars, has been making music with Eyes of Love for a few years now — a nom de plum that allows for folky guitar pop, nervy post-punk jams, jazzy experimentalism, chamber pop, and other styles under one banner. This show is with Tredici Bacci who make Ennio Morricone-style soundtrack-y rock.
For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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