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What’s going on Thursday? (Primal Scream, TVOTR & Bo Ningen, Anaal Nathrakh, Jamie Lidell, B-52s, Kaki King, more)
What’s going on Thursday? (Primal Scream, TVOTR & Bo Ningen, Anaal Nathrakh, Jamie Lidell, B-52s, Kaki King, more)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Primal Scream @ Warsaw Having dabbled in punk, dub, dance music, straight-up rock n' roll and just about every other genre, Scottish band Primal Scream have managed to stay fresh longer than most other bands originating from the mid-'80s, and frontman Bobby Gilespie remains the epitome of lanky cool...
Meshell Ndegeocello readies new LP, touring (dates, streams), playing bass w/ Jef Barbara in NYC this weekend
Meshell Ndegeocello readies new LP, touring (dates, streams), playing bass w/ Jef Barbara in NYC this weekend
Multi-hyphenate talent Meshell Ndegeocello has a new album, Comet, Come To Me, due out June 3. The record features a guest appearances from My Brightest Diamond's Shara Worden and you can check out two songs from the album: original song "Conviction" and a pretty cool cover of Whodini's "Friends...
Cascading Slopes is Jacob from The Drums’ new band, NYC residency this month (streams)
Cascading Slopes is Jacob from The Drums’ new band, NYC residency this month (streams)
Cascading Slopes is a new project from Jacob Graham of The Drums. Unlike his other band, this is 100% synthesiser-based music. His debut album, Towards a Quaker View of Synthesizers, is out soon and "took two years to complete from its inception and was made using strictly voltage-controlled instruments...
Chairlift, Twin Sister and more playing Sandy benefit at Glasslands; Patrick Wimberly DJing w/ Fort Lean tonight
Chairlift, Twin Sister and more playing Sandy benefit at Glasslands; Patrick Wimberly DJing w/ Fort Lean tonight
Twin Sister at Bowery Ballroom in 2011 (more by Jessica Amaya) There have been countless Hurricane Sandy relief benefits in NYC in the over-a-month since the storm hit and, fortunately as they're needed, there's no sign that they'll be stopping any time soon...

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