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How to Dress Well

Irving Plaza : 7:00 p.m. September 17

Chicago's Tom Krell wants you to Feel™, and that's okay. The Chicago-based bedroom r&b singer released his third LP, What Is This Heart?, earlier this summer, and it continues to expand on his obsession with emotion in our culture and what it does to us. That may seem overwrought and a... More >>

East Village R&B

Jason Mraz

Brooklyn College, Whitman Hall : 8:00 p.m. September 17

Jason Mraz is up there with Jack Johnson and Gavin DeGraw in the college-bro, "Should I be embarrassed I like this guy?" category, but, hey, dude's got some good tunes. Most notably, the ubiquitous 2008 hit "I'm Yours" and his breakout "The Remedy (I Won't Worry)." For his current tour, in... More >>

East Flatbush Singer-Songwriter

Slow Club

Bowery Ballroom : 8:00 p.m. September 17

Continuing Sheffield's fine tradition of producing excellent music (Pulp, The Human League, Heaven 17), Slow Club released their third album this summer. Complete Surrender is a departure from the lo-fi indie pop of their earlier releases and, with its soaring strings, stomp and melodrama, is... More >>

Lower East Side Indie Pop

Senses Fail+No Bragging Rights+Knuckle Puck

Music Hall of Williamsburg : 7:30 p.m. September 18

It's been 10 years since Senses Fail, a post-hardcore band from Jersey, released the "screamo" classic and their first full length album, Let it Enfold You. You of course, are now an adult, and are blessed with the privilege of seeing the band perform outside of the sweaty, teen-filled Warped... More >>

Brooklyn Post-Hardcore

Jason Mraz

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts : 8:00 p.m. September 18

Jason Mraz is up there with Jack Johnson and Gavin DeGraw in the college-bro, "Should I be embarrassed I like this guy?" category, but, hey, dude's got some good tunes. Most notably, the ubiquitous 2008 hit "I'm Yours" and his breakout "The Remedy (I Won't Worry)." For his current tour, in... More >>

Bronx Singer-Songwriter

Sam Smith

United Palace Theatre : 8:00 p.m. September 18

Sam Smith is a 22-year old British soul singer whose music throbs with pain and longing far beyond his tender years. Some of the chart-baiting of debut In The Lonely Hour lies in the depth-charging sincerity suffusing his voice as he begs a would-be paramour to ditch the lover or admits,... More >>

Washington Heights Soul

The Replacements+The Hold Steady+Deer Tick

Forest Hills Stadium : 6:30 p.m. September 19

Chances are high that your favorite band’s favorite band is the Replacements. In the 1980s, the Minneapolis outfit put college rock on the map, influencing Gen X’s alternative taste and flavor for a style of punk more bitingly subversive than the last generation’s. Their... More >>

Forest Hills Alternative

Devendra Banhart+Stephin Merritt+Iron and Wine

Brooklyn Academy of Music : 8:00 p.m. September 19

Devendra Banhart has made himself into a phenomenon, if not an out-and-out movement. This is in part aesthetics: oddball lyrical imagery with a barefoot, big-haired, and psychedelic look do about equal work towards crafting his role in re-imagining modern-day folk. His music is gentle and weird... More >>

Brooklyn Folk

Jason Mraz

Kupferberg Center : 8:00 p.m. September 19

Jason Mraz is up there with Jack Johnson and Gavin DeGraw in the college-bro, "Should I be embarrassed I like this guy?" category, but, hey, dude's got some good tunes. Most notably, the ubiquitous 2008 hit "I'm Yours" and his breakout "The Remedy (I Won't Worry)." For his current tour, in... More >>

Flushing Singer-Songwriter

Sam Smith

Hammerstein Ballroom : 8:00 p.m. September 19

Sam Smith is a 22-year old British soul singer whose music throbs with pain and longing far beyond his tender years. Some of the chart-baiting of debut In The Lonely Hour lies in the depth-charging sincerity suffusing his voice as he begs a would-be paramour to ditch the lover or admits,... More >>

Chelsea Soul

Wordless Music Orchestra

United Palace Theatre : 8:00 p.m. September 19

Fans of Paul Thomas Anderson’s acclaimed film There Will Be Blood will be thrilled that the Wordless Music Orchestra is hosting two screenings of the film accompanied by a live rendition of the score. Fans of Ryan Adams and the original composer of the film’s score,... More >>

Washington Heights Experimental

The Weeknd+Schoolboy Q+Jhene Aiko

Barclays Center : 8:30 p.m. September 19

It's next to impossible to make it through a Weeknd single without contracting at least one sexually-transmitted disease. The confounding thing is, you'll ultimately want more of what producer/singer Abel Tesfaye excels at: more VIP-booth accoutrements, more narcotized R&B-pop deliriums, more... More >>

Brooklyn R&B

Andy Stott+Function+Demdike Star

Output : 10:00 p.m. September 19

Performing publicly as Function, Dave Sumner is now approaching two decades as a hallowed force in New York City's electronic music culture. A member of the Sandwell District collective that was as responsible as any other group in re-asserting the artistic depth of dark techno in the mid-00's,... More >>

Brooklyn Dance

Jason Mraz

St. George Theatre : 8:00 p.m. September 20

Jason Mraz is up there with Jack Johnson and Gavin DeGraw in the college-bro, "Should I be embarrassed I like this guy?" category, but, hey, dude's got some good tunes. Most notably, the ubiquitous 2008 hit "I'm Yours" and his breakout "The Remedy (I Won't Worry)." For his current tour, in... More >>

Washington Heights Singer-Songwriter

Kronos Quartet+Natalie Merchant+Rhiannon Giddens+Sam Amidon+Olivia Chaney

Howard Gilman Opera House : 8:00 p.m. September 20

Part of the BAM 2014 Next Wave Festival, the boundary-breaking Kronos Quartet demonstrates the breadth of its scope with two separate collaborations. On September 20, they join 10,000 Maniacs frontwoman-cum-folk chanteuse Natalie Merchant, Carolina Chocolate Drops lead singer Rhiannon Giddens,... More >>

Brooklyn Jazz

Stiff Little Fingers+The So So Glos

Irving Plaza : 8:00 p.m. September 20

For every avid music fan, the John Cusakc film High Fidelity, (or I should say, the Nick Hornby book) is a turning point. Dysfunctional dudes and their broken hearts have been the topic of indie rock forever, this narrative humanizing the experience as much more than just exclusive garbage.... More >>

East Village Punk

Jason Derulo+Becky G+Wallpaper.

Best Buy Theater : 7:30 p.m. September 22

If 2014 is the year of the booty, that's thanks in part to Jason Derulo and his sexed-up, virtually inescapable presence with songs like the horn-trotting "Talk Dirty." While Derulo initially hit the scene with slightly less overt hits like "In My Head" and "Watcha Say" (that one with the... More >>

West 40s Pop

Shovels & Rope

Bowery Ballroom : 9:00 p.m. September 22

In the five years that Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst have been performing as Shovels & Rope, the married musical duo has distilled their songwriting into a musical embodiment of their relationship. As is common with wizened folk singers versed in story telling, their lyrics are filled with... More >>

Lower East Side Folk

Fifth Harmony+Meghan Trainor

The Paramount : 7:00 p.m. September 23

American girl groups are hard to come by, but Fifth Harmony are holding it down. After winning the much coveted Artist to Watch VMA—they even beat Aussie boy band heartthrobs 5 Seconds of Summer, but we'll let that one slide—they have proven themselves the badass feminist Spice... More >>

Long Island Pop

Carla Bozulich

Le Poisson Rouge : 8:00 p.m. September 23

Joining no wave goddess Lydia Lunch and Sonic Youth co-founder Kim Gordon atop the holier-than-thou perch of avant-garde brutarians is Carla Bozulich, a vanguard on a deconstructionist mission for the last two-odd decades. Throughout her trailblazing arc, Bozulich has sliced and diced... More >>

Greenwich Village Avant-Garde

Nada Surf

Rough Trade NYC : 8:00 p.m. September 23

Unfortunately if you slept on buying your tickets to Nada Surf's show, then you've missed out—the show is sold out. However, if you did buy your tickets early like a true stan, then you know what you're in for: a heartfelt performance by one of rock's most beloved indie groups. Though... More >>

Brooklyn Alternative

Tweedy

Howard Gilman Opera House : 8:00 p.m. September 23

BAM's month-long Nonesuch Records tribute continues with an especially timely booking. It's release day for Sukierae, Jeff Tweedy and his drumming son Spencer's duo debut. They'll perform it with a full band during the evening's first set, followed by Dad's solo set of Wilco tunes. Feel free to... More >>

Brooklyn Folk

Rokia Traoré+Toumani Diabaté+Sidiki Diabaté

BAM Harvey Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 24

Mali’s renowned Diabaté lineage of praise singers, epic-poetry reciters, and kora players — hereditary musicians known as griots — extends several dozen generations into the past. Its most recent maestros are the late Sidiki Diabaté, who introduced Western... More >>

Fort Greene World

DJ Chuckie

Governors Island : 4:00 p.m. September 28

he king of Dirty Dutch is bringing the Amsterdam-based, high pitched-house music to Governors Beach Club to close out the summer beachside concert series. Take advantage of the last days of summer by taking the ferry (which is included in ticket price) to join Chuckie and his labelmates for an... More >>

Financial District Dance

Jeff Goldblum & the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra

Cafe Carlyle : 8:45 p.m. daily until September 20

Though he gigs regularly with this aggregate in Los Angeles, we haven’t seen this side of the top-drawer actor on our coast. He plays jazz piano as if it’s his first love and gabs freely as well. Mildred Snitzer is apparently an old Pittsburgh family friend whose moniker... More >>

East 70s Jazz
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