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Alex Somers made soundtrack for ’Black Mirror’ episode ”Hang the DJ,” and it features two songs co-written with Sigur Ros. Continue reading…

On this week's edition of BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU, our 32 Albums We're Anticipating in 2018 list served as a starting point, playing new music from The Breeders, MGMT, US Girls, Hookworms, Superchunk, Hot Snakes, and more...

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Demetri Martin continues his Let's Get Awkward tour this year, including a stop at Brooklyn's The Bell House on Febraury 22. That show sold out but he's added a late show

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Jose James celebrating Bill Withers, The Nude Party & Insecure Men, Pop 1280, Purling Hiss/Mike Donovan, Habibi, and more Thursday show options.

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"Now, just so you know, we’re going to do this very slowly,” Brownstein told Billboard. “It’s an ongoing conversation." Continue reading…
"All of us were both blown away and disoriented by the work – it was well beyond anything we had anticipated" says Fugazi's Guy Picciotto of the opera that is made up of Fugazi stage banter set to music. Continue reading…

Insecure Men, the group led by Saul Adamczewski (Fat White Family) and his old friend and school chum Ben Romans-Hopcraft, will release their self-titled debut album on February 23 via Fat Possum.

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Hookworms will release their anticipated third album Microshift on February 2. While much of the album is in a new, dancier direction there are a couple songs on the record that hearken back to the screaming motoroik drone of Hookworkworms first two albums.

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Canandian band Nap Eyes will release new album I'm Bad Now on March 9 via Paradise of Bachelors in North America and Jagjaguwar in the rest of the world. They're shared the opening cut, "Every Time the Feeling," a song about existential dread set to some pleasing Lou Reed style jamming...

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Comedian David Cross is "Shootin’ The Shit (Seein’ What Sticks)" at Union Hall later this month and he's going to be doing more of it, having added a bunch more shows.

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As Phish have done several other years, they rang in 2018 with four Madison Square Garden shows, which made for 17 MSG shows in 2017 (thanks to their "Baker's Dozen" run in the summer) and a total of 56 shows at the NYC arena thus far...

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"There are actually a LOT of encouraging things going on around the world—they’ve given me hope, and I’d like to share them." - David Byrne. The talk, which happens January 8, is free to attend. Continue reading…

Cardi didn't perform until late (though she was in the house and partying before that), but once she took the stage, she had the packed crowd going wild.

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Watch the all-star lineup cover The Replacements' "Cover Me Impressed" and more. Continue reading…

The surprise followup to 2016's great WORRY. features PUP, Chris Farren, Laura Stevenson, and others.

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Steve Earle, NRBQ, the annual New Year's Hank-O-Rama, and more Tuesday show options.

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2018 got off to a very cold start in Coney Island, with temperatures topping out around 17 degrees Fahrenheit. The cold didn't deter the Coney Island Polar Bear Club, who attracted hundreds to their annual New Year's Day plunge, wearing costumes, bathing suits, and their clothes, to take a dip into the frigid Atlantic.

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Joseph Arthur and Juliana Hatfield at City Winery, and more (but not many) NYC show options for New Year's Day.

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There are no shortage of ways to say goodbye to 2017 in NYC.

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Just under the wire but Australia's Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard did it, rmaking good on their promise to release five albums in 2017.

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