What’s going on Wednesday?
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Spiritualized @ Brooklyn Steel
No full orchestra this time around but Jason Pierce doesn't need one to make soaring rock.
The Black Lips, Quintron & Miss Pussycat @ WFMU Monty Hall
A wild garage rock double bill, this will surely be something at the very intimate Monty Hall.
Natalie Prass, Becca Mancari @ Bowery Ballroom
Natalie followed up her orchestral debut album with more '90s R&B sounds for last year's The Future and the Past, and she toured with Kacey Musgraves at the start of the year.
Escort, Razor-N-Tape, Midnight Magic (DJ set) @ Elsewhere
NYC live disco band Escort celebrate the release of their new album City Life.
The Coathangers, Big Bite, Dentist @ Asbury Lanes
Atlanta garage punks The Coathangers are on the road behind this year's The Devil You Know, hitting Asbury Park tonight and Brooklyn tomorrow.
La Dispute, Gouge Away, Slow Mass @ Irving Plaza
Post-hardcore greats La Dispute just released their stunning fourth album Panorama, and they're on tour now with hardcore crushers Gouge Away and the more indie rock-ish Slow Mass (who both put out good albums last year).
Caravela, Dead Swords, Everywhen, UV Rays @ Knitting Factory
This is a pretty cool bill all around with indie/emo locals Caravela, shoegazy Gaslight Anthem offshoot Dead Swords, '90s-style emo revivalists Everywhen (ex-Algernon Cadwallader, Prawn, 1994!, etc), and local indie rockers UV Rays.
Yeasayer, Shana Falana @ Rough Trade
Yeasayer's first album in three years will be out later this year, and they'll be previewing songs from it at this intimate, sold out show.
Nothing Changes w/ Pawns @ Saint Vitus
Goth/darkwave party Nothing Changes celebrates its sixth anniversary tonight with a live performance with Pawns.
Todd Rundgren @ Town Hall
A true iconoclast, Todd Rundgren has just released his memoir The Individualist: Digressions, Dreams, and Dissertations and is currently on what he’s calling “the world’s first hybrid concert/book tour.” He’ll play songs from the ’60s through the mid-90s and will tell lots of stories as well.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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