What’s going on Monday? (Joseph Arthur / Hamilton Leithauser, David Cross, King Dude, ‘The Hum’ & more)
photo: Hamilton Leithauser in Chicago in 2014 (more by James Richards IV)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Joseph Arthur, Hamilton Leithauser, Kevin Devine, Søren Juul @ City Winery
KEXP is presenting this show and the lineup is pretty cool all around. There's long-running singer/songwriter Joseph Arthur, The Walkmen frontman Hamilton Leithauser, emo-ish songwriter Kevin Devine, and dream popster Soren Juul (fka Indians).
'The Hum' w/ Becca Kauffman (Ava Luna), Angelica Bess (Body Language), Rosana Caban (Psychic Twin) & Kristin Slipp (Cuddle Magic); L.atasha A.lcindor AKA L.A., Hailey Niswanger, Nikara Warren & Katie Jones; Emily Wells & Lorna Dune @ Manhattan Inn
The series of free (with a suggested $5-10 donation) shows known as The Hum continues at Manhattan Inn tonight. The series brings together different artists for unique collaborations, and tonight's lineup looks pretty promising.
Advance Base, Amy Bezunartea @ Mercury Lounge
Casiotone for the Painfully Alone's Owen Ashworth now focuses on his Advance Base project, which released the new album Nephew in the Wild over the summer. Tonight begins a 2-night run in NYC.
King Dude, Drab Majesty, Pop. 1280 @ Saint Vitus
If you like dark music, there probably isn't a better show to be at tonight than this one. Headliner King Dude is supporting his new album, Songs of Flesh & Blood - In The Key of Light, which came out over the summer.
King Dude, Drab Majesty @ Saint Vitus
King Dude's country croon is classic sounding, but he uses it to create genuinely dark stuff. Americana Gothic? Pretty close.
Night Train w/ David Cross @ Littlefield
David Cross fills in for regular Night Train host Wyatt Cenac and welcomes UK comedian Josie Long, as well as Adam Cayton-Holland, Rob Haze, Anthony DeVito, and Raj Sivaraman.
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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