Weekly Show Listing 9/26-10/2/22

Weekly Show Listing 9/26-10/2/22

 

Looking for a good show in NYC? Well here you go! We’ve got a nice big list of what is going on this week, shows that we are excited about and want you to know about too, with plenty of live music from the local scene and national acts at bigger venues to choose from. This list is brought to you by our EIC Hoos along with our indefatigable live correspondent, Mike Borchardt (of the band Nihiloceros) who is in touch with the local Brooklyn/etc scene like no other. And we’ve got a sprinkling of live photos to get you in the mood for your show of choice too. Check back every Monday for updated listings on what is good for the week to come!

 

9/26

Persons, Two-Man Giant Squid, No Jersey | 7pm | Our Wicked Lady

Jamie Frey, Sean Spada, William Table, Timeless Clock | 7pm | Living Gallery

 

9/27

Wolf Alice, Luna Li | 7pm | Terminal 5

Hello Shark, Zuzia, Bummer Camp, Survey Monkey | 7pm | Rubulad

Silver Relics, Holy Vulture, Bikini Carwash | 9pm | Arlene’s Grocery

 

9/28

The Gaslight Anthem, Jeff Rosenstock | 7pm | Pier 17

Aliens, Lady Alice, Baba Chevy, Couvo | 7pm | Our Wicked Lady

Ed Schrader’s Music Beat, Godcaster | 8pm | TV Eye

Jeff Rosenstock (photo by Ray Rusinak)

Ed Schrader's Music Beat

Ed Schrader’s Music Beat (photo by Kate Hoos)

Godcaster performing

Godcaster (photo by Juliette Boulay)

 

 

9/29

Sunny Day Real Estate, The Appleseed Cast | 7pm | Brooklyn Steel

Ultra Major, Papi Shitake, Sulene, Joudy | 7pm | Berlin

Melvins, WE are the Asteroid | 7pm | Irving Plaza

Kay Hanley (Letters to Cleo), Greg Humphreys | 7pm | (le) poisson rouge 

HR of Bad Brains, Ensemble Calavera, Winter Wolf | 7pm | Saint Vitus

A Very Special Episode, Hypemom, Trash Boy, Pasha and the Kindred Spirits | 7pm | Our Wicked Lady

The Mars Volta, Teri Gender Bender | 8pm | Terminal 5 

Desert Sharks, Climates, Le Big Zero, Ilithios | 8pm | The Broadway

Spilltab, boyish | 9:30pm | Baby’s All Right

Joudy (photo by Kate Hoos)

Winterwolf performing

Winter Wolf (photo by Kate Hoos)

Desert Sharks performing

Desert Sharks (photo by Jeanette D. Moses)

le butcherettes performing

Terri Gender Bender (photo by Kate Hoos)

 

 

9/30

Death Cab for Cutie, Low | 4:30pm | Forest Hills Stadium

Sunny Day Real Estate, The Appleseed Cast | 7pm | Brooklyn Steel

The Mars Volta, Terri Gender Bender | 7pm | Terminal 5

MUNA, Meet Me @ The Alter | 7pm | Irving Plaza

Dead Leaf Echo, Phantom Wave, Strawberry Launch | 7pm | Our Wicked Lady

The Planes, Teenage Tom Petties, Holy Tunics, Kira Metcalf | 8pm | East Williamsburg Econolodge

le butcherettes performing

Terri Gender Bender (photo by Kate Hoos)

 

10/1

Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Japanese Breakfast, The Linda Lindas | 5:30pm | Forest Hills Stadium

MUNA, Meet Me @ The Alter | 7pm | Irving Plaza

Shrug Dealer (release show), Chilton, Career Day | 8pm | East Williamsburg Econolodge 

Bat House, Miata, Morning Silk | 8pm | The Broadway 

Moral Panic, Sub Rosa, Radar, Penny, Emerson | 8pm | Flat Baroque (DM for Address)

The Linda Lindas performing

The Linda Lindas (photo by Kate Hoos)

Sub Rosa performing

Sub Rosa (photo by Kate Hoos)

Penny Performing

Penny (photo by Kate Hoos)

 

10/2

Bands do BK brunch w/ Marinara, Monarch, Screenager | 1:30pm |  Arlene’s Grocery 

The Linda Lindas, Bacchae, Sub*T | 6pm | Music Hall of Williamsburg 

The Garden, Flipper, Kumo 99 | 7pm | Brooklyn Steel

Jade Tourniquet, Gal Fieri, Dog in a Mansuit, Safe Houses (fka Shelter Dogs) | 8pm | Purgatory

The Linda Lindas performing

The Linda Lindas (photo by Ray Rusinak)

Sub*T performing

Sub*T (photo by Ray Rusinak)

 

Premiere: Sean Spada “Set Up to Self-Destruct” video

Premiere: Sean Spada “Set Up to Self-Destruct” video

Sean Spada “Set Up to Self- Destruct” (art by Tasha Lutek)

 

FTA is pleased to debut the next installment of the Sean Spada Doppleverse with the release of brand new single “Set Up to Self-Destruct,” which comes complete with a music video to accompany the tongue-in-cheek despairing nature of the track.

 

Directed by Nikki Belfiglio (of Bodega), the simple imagery of the video effectively captures the mood of one’s fated abject failure but still set on making the most of the hand that you’re dealt. The scene-for-one unfolds as a dapper Spada dons a cardboard party hat dodging darts and large looming green hands between bouts of casual juggling and blowing up balloons all by his lonesome. It’s unclear just how dire the situation may in fact be, but there is a real calming sincerity in the vocal delivery that makes you feel like even though you’re clearly fucked, everything is gonna be ok. Or maybe not, but what else can you do other than keep pushing forward?

 

The track itself expertly weaves in and out between piano-ballad and pop-rock, knowing just when to tuck in its tail and when to triumph. The struggle to keep pushing forward these days when you’re already stacked to lose is quite relatable, and Spada brings us these short moments of hope and positivity that often gets lost in the impossible situation of existing.

The track is part of Spada’s upcoming album, The Wild Ride, due out 10/7. Spada will play a release show the same day at Piano’s with support from Pete Donnelly Combo and Onesie. Tickets here. Watch the video below:

 

 

 

 

Angel Olsen adds North American tour dates for 2023

Angel Olsen adds North American tour dates for 2023

Angel Olsen (photo by Angela Ricciardi)

 

Angel Olsen has had a triumphant 2022, releasing the celebrated album, Big Time (Jagjaguar) and is fresh off the success of the Wild Hearts tour with Sharon Van Etten and Julien Baker (see our coverage) as well as her “Big Time” collaboration with Sturgill Simpson. She already had a string of European dates scheduled for the end of this year and has now announced a North American leg beginning in January 2023 with Erin Rae supporting.

 

See all North American dates below and listen to “Big Time” with Sturgill Simpson.

 

Angel Olsen performing

Angel Olsen at SummerStage, August 2022 (photo by Kate Hoos)

 

 

Angel Olsen 2023 North American tour dates:

 

1/20- Atlanta, GA @ The Eastern

1/21- New Orleans, LA @ The Joy Theater

1/23- San Antonio, TX @ Tobin Center

1/24- Dallas, TX @ The Studio at The Factory

1/25- Oklahoma City, OK @ Tower Theatre

1/27- Lawrence, KS @ Liberty Hall

1/28- Saint Louis, MO @ The Factory

1/29- Bloomington, IN @ The Bluebird

1/31- Columbus, OH @ Athenaeum Theatre

2/1- Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre

2/2- Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre

2/3- Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Small’s Theatre

2/4- Buffalo, NY @ Asbury Hall

2/7- New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall

2/8- Woodstock, NY @ Bearsville Theatre

2/9- Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Sound Stage

2/10- Richmond, VA @ The National

2/11- Durham, NC @ Carolina Theatre  

 

Angel Olsen tour dates

 

 

 

Wet Leg add more US tour dates including 4 NYC shows

Wet Leg add more US tour dates including 4 NYC shows

Wet Leg at Baby’s All Right (photo by Emilio Herce)

 

Wet Leg is on a seemingly never-ending tour to support their self titled debut album and have just added even more dates to their already hefty touring schedule. These new dates will also see the band return to NYC and this time not in an arena (after their turn supporting Florence & the Machine at MSG this past weekend and at the Sea Hear Now Festival in Asbury Park, NJ), returning instead to smaller rooms. For that run, they will be playing four shows here in a variety of venues reminiscent of their initial burst into New York a year ago. They will play shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg, Elsewhere, Webster Hall, and Bowery Ballroom (with support to be announced).

 

Keeping up their breakneck pace, the band says they have already completed their second as of yet untitled album, though no further details have been announced at this time. In the meantime their extensive tour continues and in addition to their NYC shows, it will also see them crisscrossing North America, the UK, Europe and Asia between now and July 2023, including supporting slots for Harry Styles at Wembley Stadium next June.

 

See below for all North American 2022 tour dates, live video and highlights from their Baby’s All Right and Brooklyn Steel shows.

 

10/4- Ciudad De México, MX @ Lunario

10/6- Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena

10/7- Eugene, OR @ McDonald Theater

10/9- Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheater

10/12- San Diego, CA @ Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheater

10/14- Austin City Limits

10/15- Los Angeles, CA 

 

[Return to the UK and Europe]

 

12/1- Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl Nashville

12/2- Harrisburg, PA @ XL Live

12/4- Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall

12/5- Saint Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall

12/6- Kansas City, MO @ The Truman

12/13- New York, NY @ Webster Hall

12/14- Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere Hall

12/15- New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom

12/16- Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

 

 

Wet Leg at Baby’s All Right/Brooklyn Steel (photos by Emilio Herce)

Wet Leg performing

Wet Leg performing

Wet Leg performing

Wet Leg performing

Wet Leg performing

Wet Leg performing

Wet Leg performing

Wet Leg performing

Wet Leg performing

Wet Leg performing

Wet Leg at Brooklyn Steel

Wet Leg at Brooklyn Steel

Wet Leg at Brooklyn Steel

Wet Leg at Brooklyn Steel

Wet Leg at Brooklyn Steel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Show Listing 9/26-10/2/22

Weekly Show Listing 9/19-9/25/22

 

Looking for a good show in NYC? Well here you go! We’ve got a nice big list of what is going on this week, shows that we are excited about and want you to know about too, with plenty of live music from the local scene and national acts at bigger venues to choose from. This list is brought to you by our EIC Hoos along with our indefatigable live correspondent, Mike Borchardt (of the band Nihiloceros) who is in touch with the local Brooklyn/etc scene like no other. And we’ve got a sprinkling of live photos to get you in the mood for your show of choice too. Check back every Monday for updated listings on what is good for the week to come!

 

9/19

Wet Leather, Night Talks, Project Diem | 7pm | Elsewhere Zone One

Counterpunch, A Vulture Wake, Chilton, IZKRYA | 7pm | The Kingsland

9/20

No Jersey, Uncle Skunk | 7pm | Berlin

Gal Fieri, ZEBEDEE, Real Burn, Semi-Auto | 7pm | Arlene’s Grocery 

Catty, Michael Hollis (single release), Lily Mao & the Resonators, Waterfall Strainer | 7pm | Our Wicked Lady

Son Rompe Pera, Pinc Louds | 7:30pm | TV Eye  

Lil Nas X | 7:30pm | Radio City Music Hall

Tits Dick Ass, Frida Kill, Theophobia | 8:30pm | The Broadway

Gal Fieri performing

Gal Fieri (photo by Kate Hoos)

Lily Mao & The Resonators performing at 3 Dollar Bill

Lily Mao & the Resonators (photo by Kate Hoos)

Son Rompe Pera performing

Son Rompe Pera (photo by Ellen Qbertplaya)

Tits Dick Ass performing

Tits Dick Ass (photo by Juliette Boulay)

Frida Kill performing

Frida Kill (photo by Kate Hoos)

 

9/21

Native Sun, Dead Tooth, Mary Shelley, The Trash Bags | 7pm | The Sultan Room

Lil Nas X | 7:30pm | Radio City Music Hall

La Dispute, Sweet Pill, Pictoria Vark | 8pm | Warsaw

Blanket Approval, Powersnap, Union Fool, Deathblow | 8pm | Gold Sounds

Fleece, Razor Braids | 8pm | Brooklyn Made

Native Sun performing

Native Sun (photo by Kevin McGann)

Dead Tooth performing

Dead Tooth (photo by Kate Hoos)

Razor Braids (photo by Kate Hoos)

 

9/22

My Son The Doctor, Spud Cannon, Dream Boat, Gal Fieri | 7pm | Our Wicked Lady

Living Room, Heavy Lag, All Away Lou, Radar | 7pm | No Aloha

Heat Death, Homade, The Wants, Joudy | 7pm | Berlin

Pussy Riot | 7:30pm | (le) poisson rouge

Control Top, Weeping Icon, Sonja | 8pm | TV Eye

Osees, Bronze | 8pm | Warsaw

Jamie Frey, Kate Mohanty, Katie Battistoni | 8pm | Project Parlor

Di Ivories, Nico Play, Van Vreeland | 8pm | Alphaville 

Honeychild Coleman, Oyasaba, Words Loops & Lullabies | 8pm | P.I.T.

Stutterboy, Pocket Protector, Ranch Ranch | 8:30pm | Footlight Underground at The Windjammer

My Son The Doctor performing

My Son The Doctor (photo by Kate Hoos)

Gal Fieri performing

Gal Fieri (photo by Kate Hoos)

Heavy Lag performing

Heavy Lag (photo by Kate Hoos)

Heat Death performing

Heat Death (photo by Jeanette D. Moses)

Joudy performing

Joudy (photo by Kate Hoos)

Control Top performing

Control Top (photo by Kate Hoos)

Weeping Icon performing

Weeping Icon (photo by Kate Hoos)

Osees performing

Osees (photo by Kate Hoos)

The 1865 performing

Honeychild Coleman (photo by Kate Hoos)

Pocket Protector performing

Pocket Protector (photo by Kate Hoos)

 

9/23

Amyl and the Sniffers, Mannequin Pussy, Bob Vylan | 7pm | Terminal 5

New Order, Pet Shop Boys | 7pm | Barclays Center

Porridge Radio, Sean Henry | 7pm | Bowery Ballroom

The Tarrys, Gun, Belaire’s, Komodos | 7pm | Gold Sounds

Kissed By An Animal, Tony From Bowling, Natural Rat, Something Bitter | 7pm | East Williamsburg Econolodge 

Living Things, Dani Turner, DeRaiz Band | 7:30pm | Our Wicked Lady

Hang Him to the Scales, Durian Silo, The Shining Hours, Big Oil | 7:30pm | The Nest

QWAM, Blahsum, Dean Cercone, LEONE | 8pm | Alphaville 

Mephiskapheles, Disassociate, Fahrenheit 451 | 8pm | The Meadows

Wah Together, Jumbo Theater, Pons | 8pm | TV Eye 

B3cca, Proper Nouns, Washer | 8pm | Footlight Underground at Windjammer

Osees, Bronze | 8pm | Warsaw

Amyl and the Sniffers performing

Amyl and the Sniffers (photo by Kevin McGann)

Gun performing

Gun (photo by Kate Hoos)

Belaires performing

Belaires (photo by Kate Hoos)

Kissed By An Animal performing

Kissed by an Animal (photo by Kate Hoos)

QWAM performing

QWAM (photo by Kate Hoos)

Pons performing

Pons (photo by Kate Hoos)

Osees performing

Osees (photo by Kate Hoos)

 

9/24

Mold!, Clone, Pons | 7pm | Purgatory 

LEONE, Wetsuit, No Kill, Roni | 7pm | The Nest

Tea Eater, Weep Wave, Nihiloceros, Beeyotch | 8pm | The Tubs (DM for Address)

Osees, Bronze | 8pm | Warsaw

Onesie, Safe Houses (FKA Shelter Dogs), Sorry Darling | 8pm | East Williamsburg Econolodge

Nara’s Room, Future Misters, Antighost, Aisle Knot | 8pm | Gold Sounds

The Bluebonnets, Razor Braids, Debbie Dopamine | 8pm | Arlene’s Grocery

Pons performing

Pons (photo by Kate Hoos)

Roni (photo by Kate Hoos)

Teaeater performing

Tea Eater (photo by Kate Hoos)

Osees performing

Osees (photo by Kate Hoos)

Nihiloceros performing

Nihiloceros (photo by Kate Hoos)

Razor Braids (photo by Kate Hoos)

Debbie Dopamine performing

Debbie Dopamine (photo by Amanda Meth)

 

9/25

Project Diem, Nihiloceros, Granite To GlassEarthern Sea, Lumberob | 12pm | New Colossus at 18th Ward

TV After Dark, Fictionals, Grand Army Reapers | 3:30pm | Mama Tried

The Johns, Ben Pagano (album + video release), Toska, Real Clothes, Preston Spurlock | 7pm | Our Wicked Lady

Electric Six, Supersuckers | 7pm | The Brooklyn Monarch 

They Might Be Giants | 7pm | Bowery Ballroom

Bonobo, Tourist, Yu Su | 8pm | Brooklyn Mirage 

The Get Up Kids, Sparta | 8pm | Irving Plaza

Niño (single release), Sara Ontandeda, No Shows | 8pm | Mercury Lounge

Nihiloceros (photo by Kate Hoos)

Grand Army Reapers performing

Grand Army Reapers (photo by Kate Hoos)

Bonobo performing

Bonobo (photo by Kevin McGann)

Get Up Kids performing

The Get Up Kids (photo by Kate Hoos)

Niño performing

Niño (photo by Kate Hoos)

 

Hammered Hulls announce debut full length

Hammered Hulls announce debut full length

Hammered Hulls Careening

 

The members of post hardcore/punk super group Hammered Hulls— Alec MacKaye, Mary Timony, Mark Cisneros, and Chris Wilson—have all been in numerous influential bands: Helium, The Make-Up, The Faith, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, The Warmers, Autoclave, Kid Congo, Titus Andronicus, and Wild Flag to name but a few. And together as HH they have just announced their debut full length, Careening (10/28 via Dischord) which follows their 2019 self titled EP. They have also shared the first single, “Rights and Reproduction,” a song loaded with a palpable push and pull tension, coupled with MacKaye’s urgent vocals and full of the legacy and sound of the great Washington DC bands that have come before them (and often times included them).

 

Fellow DC veteran and living punk legend Guy Picciotto of Rites of Spring and Fugazi shared these thoughts via a press release on Hammered Hulls and the song saying:

 

“Alec MacKaye has been a source of inspiration to me since I was 15 years old when his bands the Untouchables and Faith made their massive crater-sized impacts on me. “Inspiration” doesn’t do it justice – in the chaos of his performance and the power of his voice, Alec was always to me the distant horizon of what any singer could aspire to be. It is surely the only debt you can incur that feels like a gift.

That he now continues to provide that same energy to me 42 years later with his band Hammered Hulls is not really a surprise but it is wildly welcome. Mary Timony, Chris Wilson and Mark Cisneros, three musicians of absurd pedigree, sensitivity and skill, create a weave that’s both tough and lithe, the ideal setting for Alec’s singular voice and words. Their new single “Rights and Reproduction” colonized my mind when I saw them play it live and is now just as disruptive in its recorded form. A highwater mark has been redrawn. Hammered Hulls are for real.”

 

The band also shares on their Bandcamp “Hammered Hulls’ debut LP Careening may very well be the last record to be recorded and mixed at famed Washington, DC area recording studio Inner Ear. Engineered by studio owner Don Zientara and produced by Ian MacKaye, Careening was started right before the pandemic lockdown and completed in summer/fall of 2021.”

 

In support of the album, the band will embark on a short tour which will hit NYC on December 2nd at TV Eye (they will also make stops in Washington DC, Cleveland and Baltimore).

 

Listen to the song below and pre-order the album now via Bandcamp:

 

Hammered Hulls performing in 2019 (photos by Kate Hoos)

Hammered Hulls performed

Hammered Hulls performed

Hammered Hulls performed

Hammered Hulls performed

Hammered Hulls performed

Hammered Hulls performed

Hammered Hulls performed

Hammered Hulls performed