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Patti Smith+Jesse Paris+Eric Hoegemeyer

The Greene Space at WNYC : 7:00 p.m. April 23

"April is the cruellest month, breeding lilacs out of the dead land, mixing memory and desire, stirring dull roots with spring rain" and snow, as the case may be. T.S. Eliot's timeless modernist epic, The Waste Land, is particularly apropos this year in the wake of the polar vortex. In homage... More >>

West Village Punk

Fear of Men

Baby's All Right : 7:30 p.m. April 23

Brighton quartet Fear of Men approach records with fervent pointillism. Literally: the artwork for their last record, Early Fragments, was colored using tiny pixels. A band this meticulous usually isn't the kind to write sweeping, crystalline indie pop that's simultaneously saccharine and... More >>

Williamsburg Indie Pop

Factory Floor

Music Hall of Williamsburg : 9:00 p.m. April 23

Factory Floor proves the possibility of revelation through repetition. The critically acclaimed trio of Nik Void, Dominic Butler, and Gabe Gurnsey released their debut LP in 2013 on DFA, but they have been winning converts stateside for their percussive singularity thanks in no small part to... More >>

Brooklyn Industrial, Techno

Todd Sickafoose's Tiny Resistors

ShapeShifter Lab : 7:00 p.m. April 24

It’s been a minute since we've heard from the bassist-composer's mid-sized ensemble. But he's been spending his time wisely. Chamber Music America commissioned "Bear Proof," which the Cali-grown Sickafoose describes as a "wordless portrait of booms, busts, prospects & ruin in our golden... More >>

Brooklyn Jazz, Rock

Vijay Iyer and the Brentano String Quartet

The Greene Space at WNYC : 7:00 p.m. April 24

Pianist and composer Vijay Iyer has won a MacArthur "Genius Grant," regularly tops the jazz critics' polls, and recently began teaching at Harvard. With a degree in physics from Yale and a doctorate in music cognition from Berkeley, Iyer attests to the often counterintuitive correlation between... More >>

West Village Jazz

Sol Cat

Rockwood Music Hall : 10:00 p.m. April 24

A fluid, insistent guitar style that's disco at moments and flanged at others, plus a magnetic, over-enunciating frontman? Yes, that's Nashville's Sol Cat, a weirdly thrilling smash-up of first-album Franz Ferdinand and fake-tamed Anthony Kiedis. There's a crowd-pleasing lilt to their rock that... More >>

Lower East Side Psychedelic

Steve Gunn+Kevin Morby+Prince Rupert Drops

Rough Trade NYC : 9:00 p.m. April 25

The impeachable Steve Gunn has been involved with Kurt Vile and The Violators in the past, but more recently, he has recently focused on his own material and solo career. A guitarist in the American Primitivist tradition, Gunn pulls from John Fahey's wide scope of influence without ever feeling... More >>

Brooklyn Singer-Songwriter

Hauschka

Joe's Pub : 9:30 p.m. April 25

How would you like your piano prepared this evening? As Hauschka, Dusseldorf's Volker Bertelmann augments a standard acoustic keyboard with ping-pong balls, strings, wood, foil, paper, and other objects. He's a one-man band who often sounds like a complete ensemble, especially when augmented by... More >>

East Village Electronica, Avant-Garde

EMA

The Mercury Lounge : 10:30 p.m. April 25

Erika M. Anderson, better known as EMA, is unapologetically loud and “SOOO BLONDE” as she hoarsely screams on the track of the same name off her second solo effort, The Future’s Void. Previously, the South Dakota–born singer had been in a pair of startlingly raucous and... More >>

Lower East Side Indie Rock

Andrew W.K.

Subculture : 7:30 p.m. April 26

Step aside, LMFAO: The original party rocker, co-owner of Santos Party House, and the Voice’s very own advice columnist Andrew W.K. is bringing his Grand Piano Party back to Bleecker Street’s Subculture. This event, which features the musician banging the ol’ 88 with his feet... More >>

Soho Rock

Sol Cat

Cameo Gallery : 8:00 p.m. April 26

A fluid, insistent guitar style that's disco at moments and flanged at others, plus a magnetic, over-enunciating frontman? Yes, that's Nashville's Sol Cat, a weirdly thrilling smash-up of first-album Franz Ferdinand and fake-tamed Anthony Kiedis. There's a crowd-pleasing lilt to their rock that... More >>

Williamsburg Psychedelic

Pet Shop Boys

Terminal 5 : 9:00 p.m. April 26

With Electric, the Pet Shop Boys 12th album, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe made glossy platinum pop perfect for serotonin-craving EDM crowds half their age. Any track from Electric, which hit #3 on the UK Album Charts, could feasibly be played out by DJs playing Ultra's Main Stage, especially... More >>

West 50s New Wave

Cloud Becomes Your Hand

Studio at Webster Hall : 8:00 p.m. April 28

A stacked bill features Brooklyn's own Cloud Becomes Your Hand, who sublimely construct a melodic sprawl of alien soundscapes. On the new Rocks or Cakes, its familial, drug-inducing quirks gloriously rage full on. CBYH color its rainbow-streaked otherworld with psych radiance, weirdo proggy... More >>

East Village Alternative

Olga Bell

Le Poisson Rouge : 8:00 p.m. April 28

Russia-born Dirty Projectors singer-keyboardist Olga Bell reimagines the music of her homeland on Krai, an exhilarating song cycle devoted to the personalities of her homeland’s nine designated “fringe” territories. Bell’s Russia is a kinder, gentler, but no less... More >>

Greenwich Village Indie Pop

Annie Gosfield

The Stone : 8:00 p.m. April 29

Jamming — of both the improvising and disrupting varieties — provides the focus tonight and during the remainder of composer-performer Annie Gosfield’s week-long residence at John Zorn’s austere performance space. A ceaselessly re-inventive composer, Gosfield mixes... More >>

East Village Eclectic

Nickel Creek+The Secret Sisters

Beacon Theatre : 8:00 p.m. April 29

On Tuesday, at New York's historic Beacon Theatre, two acts who nod to the past will be gracing the stage. Opening act The Secret Sisters are a pair of real life siblings who got their break at an open call held by a major label in Nashville and unlike their debut full of classic covers, their... More >>

West 70s Country

The Both

Bowery Ballroom : 9:00 p.m. April 29

Indie rock icon Ted Leo and esteemed singer/songwriter Aimee Mann have joined forces in a clash of independent music titans with their collaborative project, The Both. They may have just released their debut self-titled album, but from the first listen it's instantly clear that the veteran solo... More >>

Lower East Side Alternative

Kosmosdemonic+Insect Ark+Syphilitic Lust+Laura Ortman

Grand Victory : 7:30 p.m. April 30

"Pummeling, blackened psychedelic sermons of rebellion and transcendence, heaved up from the sewers of Brooklyn," is how metal band Kosmosdemonic describe themselves, and, frankly, we couldn't have said it better ourselves. Check out their new song, "Kali," for a taste of what's to come at... More >>

Brooklyn Metal

2 Chainz+Miguel

Best Buy Theater : 8:00 p.m. April 30

DJ Prostyle will be living the dream when he has 2 Chainz and Miguel, two of the most sought after and successful artists in hip-hop and r&b, respectively, play his birthday party, and he’s gracious enough to invite anyone who wants to join him. The former 106 & Park DJ turned popular... More >>

West 40s Pop

The Both

Music Hall of Williamsburg : 8:00 p.m. May 1

Indie rock icon Ted Leo and esteemed singer/songwriter Aimee Mann have joined forces in a clash of independent music titans with their collaborative project, The Both. They may have just released their debut self-titled album, but from the first listen it's instantly clear that the veteran solo... More >>

Brooklyn Singer-Songwriter

Miley Cyrus+Icona Pop+Sky Ferreira

Nassau Coliseum : 7:00 p.m. August 1

Miley Cyrus is bringing her tongue-waggling, twerking and bear-centric show to town, and despite the backlash, it's almost guaranteed to be an impeccable turn up function. Sure, she's the most talked about pop star of last year, but listening to her Pharrell-assisted album Bangerz reveals... More >>

Allerton Pop

Mark Nadler

54 Below : 9:30 p.m. April 27; 9:30 p.m. April 30; 9:30 p.m. May 7

Mark Nadler, a prodigiously talented fellow, is a New Year’s Eve blow-out every night of the year all by himself. He calls his latest escapade “Runnin’ Wild Songs and Scandals of the Roaring ‘20s,” which seems oh-so-right for a room that has a picture of Texas... More >>

West 50s Cabaret

The Bad Plus

Jazz Standard : 7:30 p.m. daily until April 27

The trio is known for messing with jewels like “Heart of Glass” and “Iron Man” but their new disc is dedicated to a different kind of classic – “The Rite Of Spring.” Genuflecting to Strav’s wise audacity while claiming it as part of an... More >>

Murray Hill Jazz

Jolie Holland+People Get Ready

Union Pool : 9:00 p.m. April 29; 9:00 p.m. May 6; 9:00 p.m. May 13

The mesmerizing Texas singer-songwriter sounds like she's just barely weathering the elements on her emotionally turbulent new Wine Dark Sea. Flanked by an ominously skronking guitar and a yakety sax, Holland applies her distinctive plangent warble to songs about love, drink, and escape hatches... More >>

Brooklyn Singer-Songwriter

Tommy Tune

Cafe Carlyle : 8:45 p.m. every Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat. until May 3; 10:45 p.m. every Sat. from April 26 until May 3

These days he’s 75, but he’s still smiling and youthful as he goes about singing, tapping (that’s right, he taps in front of you on the small stage) and telling anecdotes that’ll charm your socks off. The only mystery about the lanky guy is why he no longer directs and... More >>

East 70s Cabaret, Broadway
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