Cut Copy at Terminal 5
Touring on Haiku from Zero, Cut Copy stopped by Terminal 5 on Black Friday. They always manage to put on the best dance parties and this was no exception – no better way to work off Thanksgiving Dinner.
The Shins at Coca-Cola Roxy
Despite numerous lineup changes and stylistic shifts over a nearly two-decade existence, The Shins remain one of indie rock’s most reliable room fillers. With their calling cards of nostalgia and James Mercer’s songwriting to fall back on, the most recent iteration of the band pulled from one of the genre’s most celebrated catalogs, allowing the thousands in attendance to relive their experiences with their songs.
Jhene Aiko and Willow Smith at Irving Plaza
LCD Soundsystem at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Hamilton Leithauser and Courtney Marie Andrews at Wonder Ballroom
Grizzly Bear at The Tabernacle
The Drums at Brooklyn Steel
Johnny with his great dance moves
Hot Snakes, Hurry Up and The Suicide Notes live at Star Theater
A welcoming return
Phoebe Bridgers at the Great American Music Hall
Playing songs from her terrific debut record Stranger in the Alps.
Regina Spektor at The Queen
Playing solo mostly on piano, she wowed with a career-spanning set
Grizzly Bear at The Fillmore
Indie-rockers stunned on a wet autumn night
Metronomy at the Brooklyn Steel
Tori Amos at the Tower Theater
Tori Amos is as spellbinding vocally and with the piano as ever.
The Breeders at Union Transfer
It was an exhilarating night of rock
Wolf Parade at the Brooklyn Steel
“Cry Cry Cry” is the first album from Wolf Parade in seven years.