Mal Devisa playing shows again, one with Crosslegged

The talented, soulful singer/songwriter/bassist Mal Devisa was recently hospitalized just as she began working on her second album, and her mother launched a GoFundMe to help with her medical bills. All tour dates were cancelled, but it appears that Mal is doing better since new shows were recently announced…

Thurston Moore expands tour, protests Radiohead's Israel show

Thurston Moore is also one of many artists — including TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe and Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters — who signed an open letter protesting Radiohead’s upcoming Israel show. He also offered his own statement.

Australia's Lower Plenty released 'Sister Sister' (listen), tell us their Top 10 of 2016

The Melbourne band features members of Total Control, Dick Diver, Deaf Wish, and more.

Park Church Co-Op in Greenpoint hosting shows (schedule)

Lots of cool shows coming up at this church just off McGolrick Park in Greenpoint.

Frog Eyes expand tour, add Brooklyn show (updated dates)

We recently mentioned that Frog Eyes are streaming their new album Pickpocket’s Locket, which officially drops this Friday, and since then the band have expanded their t…

Rhyton released 'Kykeon,' playing shows (dates & streams)

Rhyton returned this week with their newest album, Kykeon, on Thrill Jockey. Made up of three great players in the Brooklyn experimental scene — David Shuford (aka D…

Dan Melchior releasing new compilation LP on Castle Face (stream a track), playing NYC this month

The first time I heard Dan Melchior I felt betrayed that no one had turned my ear to his strange sounds before then. The LP was called and it starts with the line “I once did mushrooms with Bjork…

What's going on Friday? (Kurt Vile, The Julie Ruin, Kylesa, Ashrae Fax, Mike Donovan, Castevet, Pony Time & more)

Kylesa at Irving Plaza in 2011 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
The Julie Ruin at Union Pool in August (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Kurt Vile in Austin in August (more by Glen Brown)

Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows…

Holy Fuck working on new album; Holy Fun playing NYC?

Holy Fuck @ LPR, 9/18/2010 (more by Andrew St. Clair)

Toronto’s Holy Fuck have been quiet of late, with just a few live dates (including some with Squarepusher last year) and side project Dusted to speak of…

Neil Michael Hagerty performed Royal Trux's 'Twin Infinitives' at Saint Vitus (pics)

In the continuing confounding genius of the Royal Trux legacy, Neil Michael Hagerty assembled the cast of the 1988 Royal Trux lineup – literally a cast, other people he’s met recently that resembled the 1988 lineup, to perform their notoriously difficult and drugged out album…

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