What’s going on Sunday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Twin Peaks: The Return
Sure, there are some good shows tonight but is anything as exciting as the return of David Lynch & Mark Frost's pioneering television series, Twin Peaks? We have no idea what to expect, but we're can't wait to find out. If you don't have Showtime, you can watch it at Videology (who are making a day of it), City Winery, Alphaville and other places. It is happening again!
Deerhunter, Eleanor Friedberger, Jock Gang @ Warsaw
Take time off from their tour with King of Leoon, Deerhunter play this headining show tonight with Eleanor Friedberger.
New York Magazine's pop culture blog Vulture has thrown this two-day fest celebrating television, movies, comedy, music and more. Among today's highlights: a "jam session" between sisters Allison and Katie Crutchfield; a talk with 'Black Mirror' creators Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones; "In Conversation w/ Donald Trump (Anthony Atamanuik)" and lots more.
The Make-Up, Tyvek, Permanent Wave @ The Bell House
Ian Svenonius’ late-’90s “Gospel Yeh-Yeh” band The Make-Up are getting back together to play Primavera Sound and a few other European festivals, and are making time for a few U.S. shows, too, like these two nights at The Bell House this weekend.
Real Estate, Frankie Cosmos @ Brooklyn Steel
With another pleasingly pleasant album, In Mind, New Jersey’s jangly Real Estate play their first of two Brooklyn Steel shows tonight.
The Ecstatic World of Alice Coltrane @ Knockdown Center
Part of the Red Bull Music Academy: "Ten years after Alice’s passing, in what would have been her 80th year, we will celebrate her music and spirit at the stunning arts and performance space Knockdown Center in Queens. The first part is inspired by the Sunday ceremonies Alice held at her Sai Anantam Ashram in California. The latter half will be a concert led by her son, Ravi Coltrane, featuring an all-star band playing music from throughout Alice’s career."
Black N Blue Bowl @ Webster Hall
The 2017 edition of annual NYC hardcore festival Black N Blue Bowl is tonight and the headliners are none other than NYHC legends Gorilla Biscuits. Every GB show is a killer time, so fans won't wanna miss this. The lineup also has Rest In Pieces, Token Entry, Terror, Indecision, Maximum Penalty, Fire & Ice, God's hate, Vietnom, Line of Scrimmage, Brick By Brick, Break Away, Goldside, and Mind Force.
Cryptopsy, Decrepit Birth, Rivers of Nihil, The Zenith Passage, The Kennedy Veil @ Saint Vitus
Canadian tech-death vets Cryptopsy are about to play MDF, but first they play this Brooklyn show where they'll play 1996's None So Vile in full.
RVIVR, Midnight Calls, Answering Machine, Freezing Cold @ Brooklyn Bazaar
Melodic punks RVIVR have a new album in the works and they're promising to preview songs off of it on this tour.
Amanda Palmer, Edward Ka-Spel @ Rough Trade
Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel of psych-post-punk cult icons The Legendary Pink Dots have known each other for over 20 years — she let LPD crash at her apartment in Boston during their 1995 tour. Having worked on music together for a while, the collaboration final saw the light of day this year.
Simian Mobile Disco, JDH & Dave P @ Good Room
Acclaimed electronic duo Simian Mobile Disco spin tonight.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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