What’s going on Tuesday? (The Mob, Kuroma, Steve Earle, Circle of Buzzards, The Teen Age, A Giant Dog & more)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
The Mob, Survival, Suicidas, Pox @ Acheron
The Mob helped pioneer the anarcho-punk subgenre along with other '70s/'80s UK bands like Crass, whose label they were briefly signed to. (The Mob later started their own label, All the Madmen Records.) They've been reunited for a few years now, though chances to see them in the US are still rare, so catch them while you can.
Chet Faker, XXYYXX @ Terminal 5 (and Output afterparty)
Chet Faker headlines this show, and if you're going we recommend showing up for XXYYXX too. They do it again at late-night at Output (DJ sets), and at T5 tomorrow.
Kuroma, Love as Laughter, Glyph City @ Baby's All Right
MGMT-related band Kuroma celebrate the release of their new album, Kuromarama, which was produced by MGMT's Ben Goldwasser.
The Teen Age, Little Racer, Cosmonaut, Desert Sharks, Sunset Guns @ Shea Stadium
Brooklyn pop band The Teen Age have a new single out -- which you can stream below -- and will be celebrating tonight with a bunch of other likeminded locals.
Circle of Buzzards, Soft Gang, Gon @ Saint Vitus
Sebadoh's rhythm section -- bassist Jason Loewenstein and Bob D'Amico -- make skronky rock together as Circle of Buzzards.
A Giant Dog, Giggly Boys @ Cake Shop
Sharing members with OBN IIIs, Austin garage rockers A Giant Dog, make catchy, tune-filled songs that rock as much as they roll. This is their first of two NYC shows.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.
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