For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which is updated daily.
For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which is updated daily.
Need plans? Check out any of these 10 shows around the city this week.
Last night the multiple stages of Global Fest played host to more strong female headliners than ever before. This was deservedly a point of pride for the event's co-producers. Earth Mother energy was so pervasive in this year's lineup that even most of bands led by men had the wisdom to include wome ... More >>
The wide open spaces of Swing Lo Magellan
In the grandstand, away from the heat of the Fair Groundsthe horse-racing track that becomes a music stadium for each New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festivalstood an exhibit of black-and-white photos that suggested much of the music going on outside. "Faces of Tremé," drawn from 30 years ... More >>
globalFest 2012 Webster Hall Sunday, January 8 Better than: A Sunday evening spent preparing for the Monday grind. Starting with the number of stages it commands (three) and moving up from there, globalFest 2012 is the kind of event that could lavish in its stats. In line with its mission to showc ... More >>
T. Albert Rittmann The mutant mush of Singer is buoyant indie-pop distorted through a prism of molecular synth science. A nebulous whorl like the murky memory of a favorite melody, it's the product of Chicago avant-indie veterans turned Brooklyn blissmakers: Robert Lowe of one-man cloud machi ... More >>
Catch the dazzling vocals of Khaïra Arby
Say hello to the Rhythm of Rajasthan. All pics by Ben.What do you get when you take a dozen or so internationally hailed acts and dump them all in the East Village? The annual mind-expanding musical fete known as globalFEST. Thirteen acts from places as far afield as India and the Congo conve ... More >>
Why the blockbuster collusion of Distant Relatives feels so . . . distant
A leading voice of Britpop resurgence flaunts the fruits of his adventurous Honest Jon's label
John Catsimatidis wants to be the next billionaire mayor
Techno nature-boys get back to the land
Europe's Muslim womenand the men who murder them. Two Islam-themed plays at St. Ann's Warehouse.
Roswell Rudd's triumphant return to braying trombone excellence
Speaking to the West and its own, Bamako blurs the line
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From the austerely documentary to the resolutely fabulist
Fist-raising rockers tune out the majors and band with independent record labels instead
Arguments against education, reclaimed punk rants, electropop with staying power
Bringing Poetry Alive on the Bowery
After Arrests in the HUD Scandal, Will Its Victims Lose Their Homes?
Soul Food Reimaged for the '90s