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Everything I’d See This Week If I Had Unlimited Time, Money and Hermione’s Time Turner

Tuesday, July 3

Norah Jones at Central Park Summer Stage, NYC

Thursday, July 5

Xylos at le poisson rouge, NYC

Wicked Tomorrow at The Studio at Webster Hall, NYC - CBGB Festival!

Friday, July 6

The So So Glos at Gramercy Theater, NYC - CBGB Festival!

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. - Highline Ballroom, NYC - CBGB Festival!

The Men at Music Hall of Williamsburg, CBGB Festival

Saturday, July 7

Plastiq Passion and Mon Khmer at Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Cloud Nothings at Central Park Summerstage - CBGB Festival!

Scissor Sisters at Terminal 5, NYC

Sunday, July 8

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah at Beekman Beer Garden - CBGB Festival

Show Recs: Everything I’d See This Week If I Had Unlimited Time and Money and Hermione’s Time Turner

Sunday 3/04

Young Magic at Bowery Ballroom, NYC - I saw these guys last year. Brilliant psychelectronic with just a splash of My Bloody Valentine. 

I’m Turning Into at Legion Bar, Brooklyn - Post-punk with a beachy vibe.

Magnetic Island at Pianos, NYC - Diverse, densely layered, and guitar-heavy sound. They are the opener, but their set will blow everyone else’s away. Just sayin’. 

Monday 3/05

The Darcys at Bowery Ballroom, NYC - Dark alternative rock. 

Young Prisms at Glasslands, Brooklyn - Smooth shoe gaze that makes you wanna make out.

Tennis at Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn - Husband and wife pop duo.  Good stuff.

Bjork at Roseland Ballroom, NYC - Because it’s Bjork, Captain Obvi. She was doing abstract weird shit before Lady Gaga was out of her grade school uniform.

Tuesday 3/06

The So So Glos at Mercury Lounge, NYC - Post-punk pop. 

Fanfarlo and Nightlands at Webster Hall, Brooklyn - A night of brilliant indie pop composers and songwriters in the vein of Coldplay, including the orchestral flourish. Really yum.

Tim Ryans at Pete’s Candy Store, Brooklyn - Check him out if you wanna experience the next Dylan. He’s a Texas boy, so I’m partial …

Wednesday 3/07

Alyson Greenfield at Pianos, NYC - My girl AG will rock out with her glockenspiel out, and your glockenspiel will like it and then you’ll have to stand in a corner for a second until it goes down.

Thursday 3/08

Quiet Loudly at Cameo Gallery, Brooklyn - One of my deepest music crushes. Indie rock with a tab of psychedelia. 

Delicate Steve at Glasslands, Brooklyn - The one-man juggernaut of sound (he’ll have a backup band, but they’re there just to enable his incredible guitar-prominent vision.)

Friday 3/09

Daughter at Mercury Lounge, NYC - Brilliant folk pop.

Young the Giant at Terminal 5, NYC - The guys are amazing live. Solid pop rock. 

Saturday 3/10

Daughter at Glasslands, Brooklyn - In case you missed her on Friday.

They Might Be Giants at Terminal 5, NYC -  Epic icons.