What’s going on Tuesday? (Whirr, Nothing, The Internet, Kevin Seconds, My Teenage Stride, American Wolf & more)
Nothing @ Saint Vitus (more by Lucas Hodge)
Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights...
Whirr, Nothing, Dead Leaf Echo @ Saint Vitus Bar
If you prefer you shoegaze on the heavier side, get yourself to Saint Vitus for a killer line-up of bands. Bliss out or rock out...but earplugs are probably recommended.
The Internet, DyMe-A-DuZin, Jade <3, Denitia and Sene @ Paper Box
The Red Bull Sound Select series continues at The Paper Box tonight with Odd Future production duo The Internet, rapper Dyme-A-Duzin, pop duo Denitia & Sene, and indie R&B singer Jade <3 (who's playing with blind benny).< p>
Kevin Seconds, Kepi Ghoulie @ The Bowery Electric
Two punk frontmen whose names give away what bands they are/were in, Kevin Seconds (of 7 Seconds) and Kepi Ghoulie (Groovie Ghoulies), are on a tour together which brings them to NYC's Bowery Electric tonight. It'll be a nice contrast to the (likely) rowdier show 7 Seconds just played at This is Hardcore Festival.
Steady Sun, American Wolf, Crisis Cousins @ Cake Shop
Chicago quartet American Wolf definitely sound like they're from the Windy City -- pulling in post-rock influences like Sea & Cake, with a little late-'90s emo in there as well. Maybe a little Mew grandeur as well? You can stream this year's Myriad below.
Bear Ceuse, The Can't Tells, Raccoon Fighter, The Rochambros, Night Idea @ Pianos
It's the second week of The Can't Tells residency at Pianos and tonight's line-up includes Bear Ceuse whose new album, Don Domestique, is loaded with melodic, post-Pixies indie rock. You can stream it below.
My Teenage Stride, Hippy, Milk Dick @ Silent Barn
Veterans of the Brooklyn indie pop scene, My Teenage Stride's appearance at this year's NYC Popfest marked the return of the band who'd been on an extended sabbatical. Welcome back! Hippy (which share at least one member with MTS) are good too.
Backstreet Boys, Jesse McCartney @ Nikon at Jones Beach
Backstreet's back. Alright?
If you're staying home tonight, don't forget that you can tune into Invisible Oranges on East Village Radio every Tuesday at 10 PM Eastern to listen for the latest and greatest in the heavy underground. Tonight we will host Pitchfork editor and Show No Mercy honcho, Brandon Stosuy.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our full NYC show calendar.
For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.
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