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For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which is updated daily.
Gagosian Gallery hosts a display of the late artist's spot paintings
Camilo Fuentealba"Look at me, Damien! It's all for you," says a possessed nanny before jumping out a window with a noose around her neck in 1976's The Omen. After Resident Advisor released the 2011 edition of its Top 100 DJs poll earlier this week, one might be tempted to think of the nann ... More >>
Finally, a British booze company has given good reason to be charitable. In Leeds, teens recently flocked to a church, where they gave blood in exchange for Turbo -- a Four Loko-like blend of alcoholic lemonade and lager, the Sun reports. And if doing the right thing couldn't get any bett ... More >>
Dubstep is the first thing that comes to mind when people mention Rusko, and that's almost become a disservice to the young UK-born DJ. While Chris Mercer is certainly credited as an innovator of the wobbly, bass-thwarting, and often numbingly gloomy genre of electronic music, he left the dar ... More >>
If you thought that breast-milk cheese had been played out to the very last drop, think again. The Brits, those crafty Brits, have picked up where Daniel Angerer left off.
Kleiner, via CBS/law firm Leeds, Morelli & Brown, PCThree former employees of Dr. Edward Kleiner, a doctor who runs Beach and Surf Medical in Long Beach, Long Island, have filed complaints against him with the New York State Division of Human Rights for allegedly pervy actions that put the P ... More >>
--Them Crooked Vultures surprised fans by playing Belgium's Pukkelpop music festival yesterday (check out fan reports here). The band played the second stage between sets by Beirut and Wilco. The night before, the Dave Grohl/Josh Homme/John Paul Jones supergroup played their second gig at a s ... More >>
What has changed since the 70s? Not these punks.
As indie-rock love affairs go, the one between Craig Finn and John Darnielle is one of the best: Finn's "Girls Like Status" memorably namechecked the Mountain Goats' "This Year," and Darnielle has been known to sub in the Hold Steady's name on "Best Ever Death Metal Band Out of Denton," to pretty ... More >>
The Wedding Present play the Bowery Ballroom tonight, Wednesday, October 8, and Southpaw on Thursday, October 9. Tickets are still available here and here. Founded in 1985, the Wedding Present were a bit of an anomaly right out of the gate: they were louder, faster, and generally more ill-mannere ... More >>
Do be disturbed
Kate Nash Driskoll Hotel, Austin Saturday, March 15 Kate Nash is taking her boots off. She has slipped off her acoustic guitar and is settling in behind the keyboard, pulling her legs underneath to reveal two little feet covered in bright blue socks. The room—at least the front half of the room ... More >>
Doing Atonement over platefuls of shrimp with James McAvoy. Jodie Foster goes out on the town, finally.
That's Peter talking with Nate Dorr's neck; photo by me DOWNLOAD Vampire Weekend, "Oxford Comma" (MP3 via Stereogum) After a vampirish week of 30-something acts in five days, the only lingering question three days later isn’t Ezra Koenig's ‘Who gives a fuck about an Oxford comma?’ (Answer: J ... More >>
In Foreigners, Caryl Phillips offers a trilogy of novellas about the struggle of being black in Britain
The deathless Mekons make fun of their ages and act their shoe sizes
Welcome, humble snapshot! How Stephen Shore helped break photography's color barrier.
The Crobar shooting inspires odd rumors, while the anti-cabaret laws inspire ballet.
Three Olympia women-not-girls turn their trampoline solid, intuit their din into the red
Nowhere men from Sweden and Italy daydream of a utopia where nothing new makes sense
Race Matters in New Books on Prince and Hendrix
Jon Langford Makes Friends and Influences People
How a Collusive Contagion Has Infected a $34 Billion Bureaucracy
British Artists Cut off Childs Thumb
The Headline Above Is a Lie