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The Drums at Brooklyn Steel

Johnny with his great dance moves

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Hot Snakes, Hurry Up and The Suicide Notes live at Star Theater

A welcoming return

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Phoebe Bridgers at the Great American Music Hall

Playing songs from her terrific debut record Stranger in the Alps.

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Regina Spektor at The Queen

Playing solo mostly on piano, she wowed with a career-spanning set

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Grizzly Bear at The Fillmore

Indie-rockers stunned on a wet autumn night

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Metronomy at the Brooklyn Steel

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Tori Amos at the Tower Theater

Tori Amos is as spellbinding vocally and with the piano as ever.

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The Breeders at Union Transfer

It was an exhilarating night of rock

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Wolf Parade at the Brooklyn Steel

“Cry Cry Cry” is the first album from Wolf Parade in seven years.

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs at Kings Theater

After a four years the YYY had a Date With the Night for their homecoming show in NYC.

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Flying Lotus at The Tabernacle

Experimental hip-hop producer brings his 3D projections and jazz-inspired works to a diverse and engaged crowd, playing both music from his personal catalog and from his works as a producer for hire.

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AFROPUNK “Carnival Of Consciousness” in Atlanta 2017

The two-day festival made its return to Atlanta, boasting talent from every end of the musical spectrum.

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King Krule plays Warsaw

King Krule delivered his third record ‘The Ooz’  (and many more fan favorites) to a sold-out Brooklyn last Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The Kanye and Frank Ocean almost-collaborator howled and sang through jazz infused punk songs fresh off of earning a 9.0 Best New Music nod from Pitchfork, and the crowd soaked every bit of it in.

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The Yeah Yeah Yeahs Live at the Fonda Theatre

Celebrating the reissue of their first record “Fever to Tell”. You could call it a triumphant return after a four-year layoff.

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Beach Slang with Pet Symmetry at The Masquerade

One of the purest rock and roll bands working today, Beach Slang blends sincerity with driving force, often playing exhilarating sets of straight-faced, emotional rock songs. Chicago-based pop punk supergroup Pet Symmetry joins them on their current tour, providing a more tongue-in-cheek adrenaline jolt to balance out the ends of the emotional spectrum.