Saturday, June 29, 2013

Around New York ... June 30 - July 6, 2013

Upcoming Shows in the New York area ...
 

June 30 -- Big Star’s Third: An Orchestrated Live Performance of the Legendary
Andrew Leahey at The Bowery Electric on 7/6
Album at Central Park SummerStage
June 30 -- Aly Tadros at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 1
June 30 -- Morning Teleportation / Joe Russo / Nicos Gun / The Henry Millers at Brooklyn Bowl
July 1 -- John Grant / Empress Of at The Bowery Ballroom
July 1 -- Seasick Mama at Pianos
July 3 -- Suzanne Vega at City Winery
July 5 -- Manami Morita at Blue Note
July 5 -- Wasabassco Burlesque: America F*ck Yeah! at The Bell House
July 6 -- Andrew Leahey & The Homestead / Joe Fletcher & The Wrong Reasons / Elijah Ocean / Toy Soldiers at The Bowery Electric

Friday, June 28, 2013

Black Joe Lewis To Release New Record + New York Show


Black Joe Lewis is scheduled to release their new album, Electric Slave on August 27 via Vagrant Records.  The band will be touring in support of the record.  They'll be at Terminal 5 on September 26...full details are below.  Also, check out the track "Skulldiggin", below as well.

Commenting about the new album's title and thematic elements, Joe himself said "Electric Slave is what people are today with their faces buried in their iPhones and the only way to hold a conversation is through text. The next step is to plug it in to your damned head. Nothing is up front anymore and people are de socializing."

Most of Electric Slave was produced by GRAMMY award winner Stuart Sikes (White Stripes, Cat Power, Modest Mouse) and recorded at Church House Studios in Austin, TX. Three of the new tracks ("Skulldiggin," "Dar Es Salaam," "My Blood Ain't Runnin' Right") were recorded and produced by John Congleton (Explosions in the Sky, St. Vincent, Okkervil River) at Elmwood Studios in Dallas.

Black Joe Lewis
Okkervil / Pickwick
Thursday, September 26
Terminal 5

610 W 56th Street
New York, NY
Doors: 6PM / Show: 7PM
Tickets: $27.50 advance / $30 dos
All Ages
 

Track List

  • Skulldiggin
  • Young Girls
  • Dar es Salaam
  • My Blood Ain't Runnin' Right
  • Guilty
  • Come To My Party
  • Vampire
  • Make Dat Money
  • The Hipster
  • Golem
  • Mammas Queen

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Elephant 12 Release New Video


Last week, Elephant 12 released a video for their song, "Love Knock On Wood".  The track is from their record, Sold Out, which was released in March 2013.  Check out the Marc Fourreau directed clip below.




New Live Video From Little Brother Eli


About a week or so ago, the folks at SoundYouCanSee released a live video of UK based band Little Brother Eli.  The clip is of the song "A Thousand Wars."  Check it out below.




Also, check out the Flatpack Jesus remix of their track "Awkward Positions".  The studio version is on their EP, Little Brother Eli, that was released in May 2013.



Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Cultfever To Play Music Hall of Williamsburg on July 13


Cultfever
Wild Yaks
Saturday, July 13
Music Hall of Williamsburg

66 North 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY
Doors: 8PM
Tickets: $12
18+


Cultfever, the collaboration between Brooklyn based musicians Tamar Jafar and Joe Durniak, released their EP Animals in February 2013.

Monday, June 24, 2013

Pet Shop Boys Release New Video

The Pet Shop Boys have released a video for their new single "Vocal".  The track is from their upcoming album, ElectricElectric, which was , produced by Stuart Price, is scheduled for release on July 16.  Check out the Joost Vandebrug directed video below.

This short film has been produced and directed by the filmmaker and photographer, Joost Vandeburg. He has created it using authentic amateur film footage shot at various raves in the late 80s, along with some footage from the Haçienda in Manchester. The video (and the song) was inspired by the way British youth at this time found its own freedom with a new culture epitomised by dance music and raves: "It's in the music/It's in the song/And the feeling of the warmth around us all is so strong."

Lenka To Play Joe's Pub on July 18


Lenka
Thursday, July 18
Joe's Pub

425 Lafayette Street
New York, NY
Doors: 9:30PM
Tickets: $15

Lenka released her new album, Shadows, on June 4th. Check out her video for the track "Heart To The Party" below.

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Around New York ... June 23 - June 29, 2013

Upcoming Shows in the New York area ...

Jon Batiste and Stay Human at Bowery Ballroom, 6/25
June 23 -- The Trophy Fire / Unifier / For Sleeping or Jumping / HelloRadio at Knitting Factory
June 24 -- John Michael Rouchell at Mercury Lounge
June 25 -- Jon Batiste and Stay Human at The Bowery Ballroom
June 25 -- Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers at The Town Hall
June 25 -- moe. at Brooklyn Bowl
June 26 -- Courtney Love / Starred at Warsaw
June 26 - 27 -- Buddy Guy at B.B. King Blues Club
June 27 -- Sasha Dobson / Puss N Boots / Corn Mo at The Bell House
June 27 -- Young Boys / Suburban Living / Isadora at Cameo Gallery
June 27 - 29 -- Old 97s at Brooklyn Bowl
June 28 -- Tall Tall Trees / Small Houses / Michaela Anne at Union Hall
June 28 -- Wayne Shorter at The Town Hall
June 28 -- Sons of An Illustrious Father / Lexie Roth, Fête at Cameo Gallery
June 28 - 29 -- John Waters at City Winery
June 29 -- Brown Girls Burlesque at Joe's Pub
June 29 -- Frances Cone / Psychic Twin / Snuffaluffagus at Glasslands
June 29 -- Bruno Mars / Fitz & The Tantrums at Barclays Center

Friday, June 21, 2013

Brown Girls Burlesque at Joe's Pub on June 29

This is happening ...


Brown Girls Burlesque 
presents The Dirty Honey Shake
featuring Chicava HoneyChild, Essence Revealed, Sophie Sucre, Calvin Booker, Ricky "Dirty Red" Gordon and Mike Brown
Saturday, June 29
Joe's Pub

245 Lafayette Street
New York, NY
Doors: 11:30
Tickets: $25

Archer & Light Release New Track


Australian band, Archer & Light, have released a new song. “Melbourne (I Used to Be Your All)”,  is the debut single from their upcoming EP, Our Love Is Confetti.  Check it out below.

Hailing from Australia, Archer & Light is very much a best-kept secret from down under. Blending catchy indie pop, with heavy doses of folk and electronic influences, this unique combination will have the listener craving more of what this band has to offer.  Drawing from a wide range of influences - including the likes of Bright Eyes, Bon Iver, Wilco, The Temper Trap, Death Cab for Cutie and Radiohead, to name but a few - Archer & Light bring to the masses a refreshing sound all of their own. Their infectious brand of Indie-Electronica- Folk-Pop will have you in awe and on the edge of your seat wanting more. 



Thursday, June 20, 2013

If I Dropped By... with DOE EYE


This week I posed my "If I Dropped By..." question to Bay Area musician, Maryam Qudus, who performs under the moniker DOE EYE.  She is currently working on her full-length debut record with producer John Vanderslice.  You can find out more about the upcoming album by visiting her Kickstarter project page.  Continue reading to see what I found out during my hypothetical visit to DOE EYE's home.

Quirky NY Chick (QNYC): ... and brought a friend who didn't know your music, what song of yours would you play for them and why?

DOE EYE (DE): I would play them “I Hate You”. It's a relatable song and has a cool music video to go along with it. Or I would show them a new song I am working on for my new record.

Nico Vega To Play The Bowery Ballroom on July 31


This is happening and I can't be there!
 
Nico Vega
Crash Kings
Wednesday, July 31

The Bowery Ballroom
6 Delancey Street
New York, NY
Doors: 8PM / Show: 9PM
Tickets: $15 advance / $17 dos
18+


Nico Vega released their EP, Fury Oh Fury, in February 2013.

Goldfrapp To Release New Album In September


Goldfrapp is scheduled to release their new album, Tales Of Us, on September 10 via Mute.   All of the songs, save one, are named in first person. It sounds interesting.  I'm looking forward to checking out the record.
Their sixth album, Tales Of Us is written and produced by band members Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory and was recorded at their studio in the English countryside.

A sumptuous body of work, Tales Of Us has been two years in the crafting and is their most narrative, cinematic and intimate recording to date. Nothing in their accomplished back catalogue has hinted at the new lyrical breadth that the band have introduced to Tales Of Us. All the songs except for one are named in the first person with a cast list of evocative character sketches, the contrary love affairs, the suspense, hallucinations, fairy tales and modern folklores documented and the traces of redemption they find in song take the poetry of Goldfrapp’s delicately considered music somewhere brand new.

Track List

  • Jo
  • Annabel
  • Drew
  • Ulla
  • Alvar
  • Thea
  • Simone
  • Stranger
  • Laurel
  • Clay

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Eli Mardock Mardock To Release Debut Full-Length In July


Eli Mardock will release his full-length debut album, Everything Happens For The First Time Out, on July 9 via Paper Garden Records.  He recently premiered the track "Everything Is Good" from the album on Zimbio.


Having established himself as the vocalist of indie cult favorites Eagle Seagull (a band that Florence Welch championed and had toured with Tokyo Police Club and B-52’S), Eli Mardock’s penchant for dramatic and dream-like songs has earned him a legion of followers over the past decade. After the demise of that band, he released two highly regarded solo EPs (Feb 2013’s Hamburg and 2012’s NE Sorrow is Born). A video for the track “Cut Me Open” (off of NE Sorrow Is Born) helped the song receive over 18,000 digital downloads.

Mardock’s previously released EPs were the sole output of him playing all instruments and producing. With Everything Happens For The First Time, Mardock enlists the skills of former Eagle Seagull members, drummer Andrew Tyler (on six of the tracks) and keyboardist/violinist (as well as current wife) Carrie Butler. Mixing duties were also entrusted to Justin Gerrish (whose credits include Vampire Weekend and The Strokes).




The Trophy Fire To Play Knitting Factory on June 23


The Trophy Fire
Unifier / For Sleeping or Jumping / HelloRadio
Sunday, June 23
Knitting Factory

361 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY
Doors: 7PM / Show: 8PM
Tickets: $10

The Trophy Fire released their new album, Directions for Daylight, in May 2013.

San Francisco, California-based trio The Trophy Fire prevails at balancing full-bodied guitar hooks with delicate synth-centered melodies. Formed by Ben Flanagan (vocals/guitar/keys), The Trophy Fire at its core is a musical combination of the ‘90s alt/indie rock scene of his formative years and the ‘80s synth-pop of his early youth. It’s a sound that the group (rounded out by brothers John Schuman on drums/vocals and Adam Schuman on guitar/vocals) further expand upon on their third full-length, Directions For Daylight, to be released May 21 via Greyday Records (I Was Totally Destroying It, The Heligoats).


Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Contest: Win Tickets To See ZZ Ward This Friday, 6/21, at Warsaw in Brooklyn


Hey folks, ZZ Ward is doing a show this Friday, June 21, at Warsaw in Brooklyn.  I have one pair of tickets to giveaway.  For your chance to win, email contest@quirkynychick.com or leave us a Facebook comment!  A winner will be chosen at random on Thursday, June 20.

ZZ Ward
Friday, June 21
Warsaw

261 Driggs Ave.
Brooklyn, NY
Doors: 7PM / Show: 8PM
Tickets: $15
16+


Aly Tadros To Play Rockwood Music Hall on June 30

Aly Tadros
Sunday, June 30
Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 1

196 Allen Street
New York City, NY
7PM
Free
21+

Aly Tadros released her album The Fits in January 2013.
 

Monday, June 17, 2013

The Midnight Hollow To Play The Bowery Electric on June 19

This is happening...
The Midnight Hollow
Foley / XNY / Cooper Formant
Wednesday, June 19
The Bowery Electric

327 Bowery
New York, NY
Doors: 7:30PM
Tickets: $8
21+

The Delta Mirror Release First Single From Upcoming Album


The Delta Mirror have released a new song.  The track, "Undeveloped Unreturned", is the first single from their upcoming record, Better Unsung.  The album is scheduled for release on August 6 via Lightwave.  Check out the song below.



Track List

  • Probability And Outcome (Part 1)
  • Goldfish
  • Undeveloped Unreturned
  • A Song About The Eend (ft Blue Sky Black Death)
  • The Bear
  • Probability And Outcome (Part 2)
  • Never Better Unsung
  • Goodbye Horses
  • Probability And Outcome (Part 3)
  • Lead Me In
  • The Happiest Endings Are The Ones That Never Come
  • Probability And Outcome (Part 4 ft Blue Sky Black Death)

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Around New York ... June 16 - June 22, 2013

Upcoming Shows in the New York area ...

Still Life Still at Pianos on 6/20 & Union Pool on 6/21
June 18 -- Heliotropes / Bad Cop / Fan-Tan at Glasslands
June 19 -- The Midnight Hollow / Foley / XNY / Cooper Formant at The Bowery Electric
June 19 -- Big Black Delta / I Am Lightyear at Mercury Lounge
June 19 -- Low / Mike Doughty at Music Hall of Williamsburg
June 20 -- Still Life Still / Escondido at Pianos
June 20 -- The Boxer Rebellion / Fossil Collective at Webster Hall
June 20 -- Amel Larrieux at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
June 20 -- Darcy James Argue's Secret Society at (le) poisson rouge
June 21 -- Selah Sue / Bushwalla at Bowery Ballroom
June 21 -- Rogue Wave / Caveman at Music Hall of Williamsburg
June 21 -- Dessy Di Lauro at Blue Note
June 21 -- Doc Wasabassco's Burlesque at City Winery
June 21 -- Still Life Still at Union Pool
June 22 -- Dawes / Shovels & Rope at Terminal 5
June 22 -- Hank & Cupcakes / Wishes & Thieves / The Wooden Wings / Darling De Loeste at Pianos
June 22 -- Big Black Delta / Joywave / Klaus at Glasslands
June 22 -- White Denim / Houndmouth at Brooklyn Bowl

Friday, June 14, 2013

Maps & Atlases Release New Video


The track, "Old Ash", is from Maps & Atlases' album Beware and Be Grateful.  Check out the video below

Directed by drummer Christopher Hainey and shot through a two-way mirror, the video features guitarist/vocalist Dave Davison shaving his beard -- iconic among fans -- for the first time in four years.


Daniela Nardi To Play Pianos on June 30

Daniela Nardi
Sunday, June 30
Pianos

158 Ludlow Street
New York, NY
Doors: 8PM
Tickets: $8
 

Thursday, June 13, 2013

New Song From Dancing Heals + New Album



Australian based Dancing Heals have released a new song, "Something."  The track is from their upcoming second album, You Will Never Be Younger Than You Are Now, which is scheduled for release on July 5.  Check out the song below.

One week after announcing the July 5th release date of their new album, You Will Never Be Younger Than You Are Now, and Australia tour, Dancing Heals are back at it again. Having just released their second single off the album, making it available as a free download, the new track is a trademark Dancing Heals heartbreaker with soaring guitars. Titled “Something”, this is the follow up single of "Always on My Mind," which was released earlier this Spring, both taken from the forthcoming LP. The Heals have just finished shooting a music video for the track, working with local director Thomas Elliott, of Achtung Films which will be out later this Summer.

Their new album, You Will Never Be Younger Than You Are Now, will be available on digital and CD formats in July on DEL GRANGO RECORDS, distributed by MGM Distribution.


Joe Satriani To Play The Beacon Theatre on September 26


Joe Satriani
Steve Morse
Thursday, September 26
The Beacon Theatre

2124 Broadway
New York, NY
Doors: 7:30
Tickets: $59 - $99


Joe Satriani released his latest album, Unstoppable Momentum in May 2013.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

New Song From The Tedeschi Trucks Band + Upcoming Album


Tedeschi Trucks Band have released a new song, "Part of Me".  The track is from their upcoming album, Made Up Mind, which is scheduled for release on August 20.  Check out the track below.


Track Listing
  • Made Up Mind
  • Do I Look Worried
  • Idle Wind
  • Misunderstood
  • Part of Me
  • Whiskey Legs
  • It's So Heavy
  • All That I Need
  • Sweet and Low
  • The Storm
  • Calling Out to You

Caught My Ear: City Light - "Sweet Death"


City Light have released the track "Sweet Death".  Check it out below.



City Light is the electronic-pop project of singer/songwriter Matt Shaw and producer Nick Andre. They first came to prominence in 2010 with the album, Burned Out Bright. The band began as a long-distance audio experiment with the Seattle singer and San Francisco producer collaborating on tracks and with friends such as Andy Fitts (Airport Cathedral/Aqueduct) and Marc Bianchi (Her Space Holiday). Burned Out Bright received a glowing reception wherever it was heard, including landing the band as Filter Magazine's Undiscovered Band Of The Month. In 2011 Matt moved to San Francisco to give City Light full attention. Since then the band has toured with Her Space Holiday, done spot dates with A.C. Newman and Holy Fuck, and contributed post-production to How To Dress Well's album, Love Remains. With their 2013 album, Memory Guide, the band has reached new heights. Combining Nick Andre's hip-hop influenced, electronic-based indie-rock production with the poetic lyrics and hook-laden vocals of Matt Shaw has created a sound that is reminiscent of electro-pop giants The Flaming Lips, The Notwist, and The Postal Service, yet at the same time, is inarguably original.

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Tallulah Rendall Releases New Video


Tallulah Rendall recently released a video for the first single from her upcoming third album, The Banshee And The Moon.  Check it out below.


Monday, June 10, 2013

If I Dropped By… with Joe Salgo of Of Clocks And Clouds


This week I posed my "If I Dropped By..." question to Joe Salgo from the Brooklyn based band Of Clocks And Clouds.  They've been busy working on new music which we hope to hear very soon.  Continue reading to see what I found out during my hypothetical visit to his home.

Quirky NY Chick (QNYC): ... and brought a friend who didn't know your music, what song of yours would you play for them and why?

Joe Salgo (JS): Our new single "What You Need" which we plan to release very very soon...

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Around New York ... June 9 - June 15, 2013

Upcoming Shows in the New York area ...

Toby Lightman at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2, 6/13
June 09 -- Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds / Hollis Brown / Shakey Graves at Brooklyn Bowl
June 09 -- J.P. Harris / Joe Fletcher at The Rock Shop
June 10 -- Chateau Marmont / Team Ghost / Modern Rivals / Double King at Pianos
June 10 -- Paul McCartney at Barclays Center
June 10 -- The Drums / Pearl and the Beard / Avan Lava / Hess Is More at Webster Hall
June 10 -- Victor Wooten featuring Omar Hakim at Blue Note
June 11 -- The Postelles / Pretty & Nice / Swaai Boys at The Studio at Webster Hall
June 11 -- Elliphant / Heartsrevolution at Glasslands
June 12 -- The Heavy / The Silent Comedy / The Skins at Webster Hall
June 13 -- Toby Lightman at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2
June 13 -- Buika at The Town Hall
June 14 -- Charlie Mars at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2
June 14 -- Wasabassco Burlesque at Highline Ballroom
June 14 -- Deadstring Brothers / Emily Duff Band at The Bowery Electric
June 15 -- D20 Burlesque at Parkside Lounge
June 15 -- The Postal Service / Ra Ra Riot at Barclays Center

Friday, June 7, 2013

Caroline Rose To Release Debut Full-length Record

 

Caroline Rose will release her debut full-length record, America Religious, on July 2.  Rose, co-produced the record with her partner Jer Coons doing nearly everything themselves.  Check out the track "America Religious" below.

“I just want to write honest music,” says the songwriter, whose debut album is set for release July of this year. “I don’t feel, nor have I ever felt, any desire to write something that I don’t need to say. I started out writing just for myself, as some sort of outlet, and most of the things that would flow out of my mind were things that were much bigger than me, things that people might want to hear.” From current political issues to vignettes of personal struggles, America Religious depicts stories of a contemporary American society that is far from perfect, yet full of life. “If I can use music to bring to light real things, the hypocrisies and problems in society, as well as the beauty in things people take for granted, then I think that would make me feel pretty good.”



moe. to Play Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club


moe.
Wednesday, June 26
Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club

89 South Street
New York, NY
Doors: 5PM
Tickets: $35 GA / $200 VIP
18+ (21+ VIP)




Thursday, June 6, 2013

Team Ghost To Play NY Shows

France's Team Ghost will be in New York playing some shows.  See below for details.


New Music Seminar
Team Ghost
Chateau Marmont / Modern Rivals / Double King
New York Music Festival
Monday, June 10
Pianos

158 Ludlow Street
New York, NY
Doors: 8PM
Tickets: $8
21+

and

France Rocks! presents
Team Ghost
Chateau Marmont / Slowdance
Northside Festival
Thursday, June 13
Public Assembly (back room)

70 North 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY
Doors: 8PM
Tickets: $5
21+

Team Ghost released their first album Rituals earlier this year.  A follow up EP will be released this fall as well as a return to the US for more shows.



Newport Festivals Foundation To Hold Free Family Concert


The Newport Festivals Foundation, the folks behind the Newport Jazz Festival and the Newport Folk Festival, are putting on a Free Family Concert on Thursday, August 1 at Fort Adams State Park in Newport, RI.

Bring your children (recommended for all ages, but particularly for children ages 1-10) to hear and experience jazz and folk music as presented by our Newport Jazz and Newport Folk Festivals. Featuring: Sleepy Man Banjo Boys and Jazz Kids! with Amy Cervini . The concert takes place under a tent inside the walls of historic Fort Adams.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

The Postelles Release New Video & To Play NY Show


The Postelles
Pretty and Nice / Swaai Boys
Tuesday, June 11
The Studio at Webster Hall

125 E 11th Street
New York, NY
Doors: 7PM
Tickets: $13
16+

The Postelles released their new album, And It Shook Me, on April 23.  They recently premiered a new video for the track "Pretend It's Love".  Check it out at the bottom of the post.



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Marsha Ambrosius to Play Blue Note TONIGHT & Tomorrow!

This is happening...

Marsha Ambrosius
Blue Note Jazz Festival
Produced by Jill Newman Productions
Tuesday, June 4 & Wednesday, June 5
Blue Note

131 West 3rd Street
New York, NY
Show: 8PM & 10:30PM
Tickets: Table $25 / Bar $15
 

Monday, June 3, 2013

Win Tickets to See Doe Eye & Debbie Neigher


I have a pair of tickets to give to one lucky winner!  Folks in the Sacramento, CA area, Debbie Neigher and Doe Eye will be at Bows and Arrows on Thursday, June 6Email contest@quirkynychick.com for a chance to win. A winner will be picked randomly on Wednesday, June 5 at Noon.  Show details are below.

Debbie Neigher
Doe Eye
Thursday, June 6
Bows and Arrows

1815 19th Street 
Sacramento, CA 95811
Doors: 8PM
Tickets: $5
All Ages




If I Dropped By... with Tarra Thiessen of Sharkmuffin


This week I posed my "If I Dropped By..." question to Tarra Thiessen of the Brooklyn based band Sharkmuffin.  The band recently released the second single, "Mermaid Sex Slave", from their debut EP She-Gods of Champagne Valley. If you haven't had a chance to check out Sharkmuffin, they're a raw pleasure filled treat; see for yourself at the bottom of the post.

Quirky NY Chick (QNYC): ... and brought a friend who didn't know your music, what song of yours would you play for them and why?


Tarra Thiessen (TT): "Mermaid Sex Slave", because it's my grandma's favorite Sharkmuffin song (seriously!). (Editor’s note: Grandma is obviously a very cool and awesome lady!)


Saturday, June 1, 2013

Around New York ... June 2 - June 8, 2013

Upcoming Shows in the New York area ...

Kenny Wayne Shepherd at City Winery, June 2 & 3
June 2 -- Hawk and Dove at Arlene's Grocery
June 2 -- Holly Miranda / Time Mislock / William Carl Jr. / Joseph Reuben at Glasslands
June 2 - 3 -- Kenny Wayne Shepherd at City Winery
June 3 -- Pedrito Martinez Group at Brooklyn Bowl
June 4 -- Pokey LaFarge / Luke Winslow King / Blind Boy Paxton at The Bowery Ballroom
June 4 -- A Great Big World / Julia Nunes / Rebecca hayiland & Whiskey Heart at The Studio at Webster Hall
June 6 -- Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers / David Wax Museum at Brooklyn Bowl
June 6 -- Donavon Frankenreiter / Mia Dyson / Newfound Groove at The Bowery Ballroom
June 7 -- Spirit Family Reunion / The National Reserve / Last Good Tooth at Brooklyn Bowl
June 7 -- Swear and Shake / The Revivalists / Roadkill Ghost Choir at The Bowery Ballroom
June 8 -- Sea Wolf / Savoir Adore at The Bowery Ballroom
June 8 -- Enter The Haggis at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2
June 8 -- Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics at Blue Note