The 5 Concerts You Have to See in Los Angeles This Week: Hot Chip, Django Django + More

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Thursday, August 6

UK psych-rockers Django Django are back in fine form with their new album Born Under Saturn, and their tour with Beat Connection is not one to miss. Catch them at the El Rey Theatre tonight or the Observatory tomorrow. 9pm, 5515 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA.

Friday, August 7

Something called Riot Grill Fest has to be amazing. Head to the Regent Theater to catch Babes In Toyland, Le Butcherettes, Slutever, and more. 7pm, 448 S. Main St, Los Angeles, CA.

Monday, August 10

Night Beds take a wild turn towards dark synth pop on new album Ivywild, and they’re all the more interesting for it. Check out the new jams at Bardot tonight, along with King Washington, Blah Blah Blah, and Yoko and the Oh Nos. 8pm, 1737 Vine Street, Hollywood, CA.

Tuesday, August 11

Two of dance rock’s most reliable acts join forces tonight at the Greek Theatre. Hot Chip, who recently released new album Why Make Sense?, are joined by funk-loving veterans !!!, who just announced new record As If. Com Truise rounds out the bill. 7pm, 2700 North Vermont, Los Angeles, CA.

Wednesday, August 12

90s aficionados Happyness bring their uniquely humorous songs to the Wayfarer tonight. Debut album Weird Little Birthday is a good place to spend some time. 8pm, 843 W 19th Street, Costa Mesa, CA.

The Must-See Concerts in New York This Week: Jamie xx, tUnE-yArDs + More

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Thursday, August 6

British newcomer Georgia’s making waves with her self-titled debut album, released this week on Domino. Her invigorating blend of grime and dark synth-pop makes a unique impression, and her live shows are equally thunderous. She celebrates the LP’s release tonight at Baby’s All Right, accompanied by the Range and Ricky Eat Acid. 8pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

Veteran producer Caribou‘s latest LP Our Love was one of last year’s most moving albums. He brings his acclaimed live show to the East River Park Amphitheater for a free performance tonight, accompanied by DFA Records’ Sinkane. 7pm, 397 FDR Drive, New York, NY.

Brooklyn trio Little Racer just released their Foreign Tongues EP, and it’s as pleasant as can be. The indie pop act knows its way around a breezy melody, and they’re perfect listening for the rest of the summer. If you missed their release show, you can make up for it with a free set at Niagara tonight. 9:30pm, 112 Ave A, New York, NY.

Friday, August 7

Get into some gorgeous indie pop with the help of Ducktails, aka the perennially pleasant Matt Mondanile, also of Real Estate. His solo project just released fifth album St. Catherine, and you can hear it tonight at Bowery Ballroom. 8pm, 6 Delancey St, New York, NY.

Our pals Strange Names‘ debut album Use Your Time Wisely is still on heavy rotation after its release in May. If you haven’t yet, catch the synth-pop babes at a free show at the Fulton Stall Market, and don’t complain to us when their songs are stuck in your head for weeks. They’re opening up for New Myths and Color Collage tonight. 7pm, South Street Seaport, New York, NY.

Saturday, August 8

Jamie xx‘s solo outing In Colour has yielded one of those songs of the summer that’s not really the song of the summer, because we don’t really have a song of the summer yet? Anyways, “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)” featuring Young Thug and Popcaan is as bright and BBQ-friendly as you can ask for. Head to Terminal 5 tonight with your dancing shoes in tow. 8pm, 610 W. 56th St, New York, NY.

Pop experimentalist tUnE-yArDs‘s latest album Nikki Nack won her even more accolades last year. She heads to Prospect Park tonight for a free show as part of the Celebrate Brooklyn series, along with Seattle hip-hop luminary Shabazz Palaces. 7:30pm, Prospect Park Bandshell, Brooklyn, NY.

Sunday, August 9

Fresh from appearing on the soundtrack for Magic Mike XXL, the greatest movie of the year or possibly ever, Glass Animals are on the road. The British art-rockers are bringing their dark, tropical jams to Central Park Summerstage for a free show, along with Taylor McFerrin. 3pm, Central Park Rumsey Playfield, New York, NY.

Wednesday, August 12

If you’re feeling in the mood for some harsh noise, head to Pharmakon, Damien Dubrovnik, Puce Mary, and Varg at Palisades tonight. 8pm, 906 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

5 Must-See Concerts in Los Angles This Week: Wilco, Win Butler + More

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Thursday, July 30

Disco princess Gavin Turek made a strong claim for song of the summer with her new jam “Don’t Fight It.” Check it out alongside a set from Tokimonsta tonight at Hotel Figueroa.

9 pm. 939 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA.

Friday, July 31

Jamaican Queens‘ second album Downers is one of the year’s strongest–and most underrated–releases of the year so far. The Detroit quartet draws from diverse genres to make eerily pleasing pop, blended with lyrics that are a little darker than they initially let on. They open up for Brick & Mortar at the Satellite tonight.

8:30pm. 1717 Silverlake Blvd, Silverlake, CA.

Saturday, August 1

This year’s installment of HARD Summer sees the collision of dance and hip-hop stars at the Pomona Fairplex. There’s a little something for everyone this weekend, including Years & Years, Brodinski, the Chemical Brothers, Jamie XX, Maya Jane Coles, Gorgon City, Anna Lunoe, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Rae Sremmurd, iLoveMakonnen, Spank Rock, and more. JACK Ü and the Weeknd headline the festival.

12pm. 1101 W McKinley Ave, Pomona, CA.

Wednesday, August 5

Fresh from the release of surprise album Star Wars, folk-rock stalwarts Wilco play the Greek Theatre tonight.

7:30pm. 2700 North Vermont, Los Angeles, CA.

Wednesday, check out the side project of Arcade Fire’s Win Butler: DJ Windows 98. Inspired by 90s computer vibes, the vocalist will be performing under his glitchy pseudonym at Constellation Room.

9:00pm. 3503 S. Harbor Blvd., CA.

15 Concerts to See in New York This Week: Brandon Flowers, Hot Chip, Miguel + More

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Thursday, July 30

Texan quartet Radioactivity put on a thrilling live show, one you shouldn’t miss at Baby’s All Right tonight. Their latest album Silent Kill is loaded with tightly-wound post-punk that delivers a bracing blast of energy. Catch them with Flesh World and Honey Radar. 9:30pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

Friday, July 31

Australian post-punks Total Control‘s Typical System was one of last year’s most acclaimed releases. Find out why tonight at Palisades or tomorrow night at Music Hall Of Williamsburg.

8pm, 906 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

Perfect summer band Cayucas continue to channel SoCal bliss on their latest album, Dancing At The Blue Lagoon. Check them out with Hibou tonight at Bowery Ballroom.

8pm, 6 Delancey St, New York, NY.

For some free fun this Friday, head to Greenpoint’s Aviv to catch some bright indie pop courtesy of Manatree, who just released their self-titled debut album. Local fave shredders Painted Zeroes open up the night.

8pm, 496 Morgan Ave, Brooklyn, NY.

Saturday, August 1

Full Moon Festival is back in full force, moving to the Brooklyn Mirage after previous iterations on Governors Island. This year, French phenom Yelle headlines, and you can dance the day away with other acts including Tensnake, Wolf + Lamb, Soul Clap, No Regular Play, and more.

4pm, 99 Scott Ave, Brooklyn, NY.

The Out In The Streets festival returns to Ridgewood and the The Vander Ende-Onderdonk House. This year, funk-loving favorites Mr. Twin Sister headline tonight and the Love Supreme end things tomorrow. The weekend also includes sets from Total Slacker, Salt Cathedral, Heliotropes, Air Waves, and more.

12pm, 1820 Flushing Ave, Ridgewood, NY.

If you’re okay with feeling old, go for an overt yet totally welcome nostalgia grab as Clap Your Hands Say Yeah celebrate the 10th anniversary of their debut album. The original blog rock band heads to Bowery Ballroom tonight and tomorrow, where you’ll be able to hear your old faves like “Upon This Tidal Wave Of Young Blood” and “The Skin Of My Yellow Country Teeth.”

8pm, 6 Delancey St, New York, NY.

Masked psychedelic band Fascinator always put on a weird and good time. Catch a free, intimate set from them at Elvis Guesthouse tonight.

10pm, 85 Ave A, New York, NY.

Sunday, August 2

R&B star Miguel’s latest album Wildheart is one of this year’s most acclaimed releases. He might be the only person capable of making Terminal 5 seems sexy. Find out if that’s true tonight.

7pm, 610 W 56th St, New York, NY.

Temple University campus wunderkind-turned-Domino Records signing Alex G just keeps getting better. Let his unusual melodies work their way into your head at this afternoon’s free show at Brooklyn Flea.

2pm, 50 Kent Ave. Brooklyn, NY.

If you want a taste of what a typical Brooklyn DIY indie pop show might look like except in Manhattan, drop by the Bowery Electric tonight to catch Pocket Hercules, the Big Easy, Strange Kids (our faves), and Soft Fangs.

7pm, 327 Bowery, New York, NY.

Monday, August 3

Laura Marling‘s latest album Short Movie has been winning plenty of praise since its release earlier this year. She’s on the road with fellow British folkie Johnny Flynn, whose acting chops you may have also spotted in Netflix-distributed dramedy Scrotal Recall. His latest album is the more seriously-titled Country Mile, which came out last year. They hit Town Hall tonight.

7:30pm, 123 W 43rd St, New York, NY.

Tuesday, August 4

Hot Chip have been moving both our heart and hips for about a decade now, growing more thunderously emotive with every new album. Their latest is this year’s Why Make Sense?, which the British synth-pop staples are bringing to Webster Hall for two nights in a row.

7pm, 125 E 11th St, New York, NY.

Killers frontman Brandon Flowers’ latest solo effort The Desired Effect is out now. Supported by former Virgins frontman Donald Cumming, he brings his new pop jams to Terminal 5 tonight.

8pm, 510 W 56th St, New York, NY.

Wednesday, August 5

Ezra Furman‘s latest album Perpetual Motion People sees him blooming from folk staple to oddball pop nomad. His bouncy sound balances his raw lyrics, and you can check him out at at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade tonight.

8pm, 64 N 9th St, Brooklyn, NY.

5 Must-See Concerts in Los Angeles This Week: The Kills, Jamie xx + More

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Noisy quartet HEALTH continue their residency at the Echo tonight and tomorrow. Their new album DEATH MAGIC, out next month, is well worth the wait as the band continues to push themselves to sonic extremes. 10pm, 1822 Sunset Blvd, Echo Park, CA.

Monday, July 27

Veteran duo the Kills still bring their signature grit and glam every night after more than a decade as a band. Tonight at the El Rey Theatre, find out what front woman Alison Mosshart has also been working on besides the new Dead Weather album. You can also catch them at the Glass House tomorrow. 8:30pm, 5515 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA.

Rapper Heems says he’s so New York he still don’t bump Tupac, but he’s nevertheless playing LA tonight. His album Eat Pray Thug is one of the most poignant, vital releases of the year so far, and it’s a must-listen. The former Das Racist member is on the road with Pictureplane, and they hit the Echo tonight. 7pm, 1822 Sunset Blvd, Echo Park, CA.

Jamie xx‘s solo debut album In Colour is one of the year’s most talked-about releases. The UK producer’s team-up with Young Thug and Popcaan, “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times),” should already be on your summer playlist. He plays the Echoplex tonight with Young Marco. 9pm, 1822 Sunset Blvd, Echo Park, CA.

Slow things down a notch with the ever-soothing sounds of Yumi Zouma. The members may come from all different corners of the world, but their vision of dream-pop makes everything feel a little more connected. They play the Echo tonight with Jaakko Eino Kalevi. 8:30pm, 1822 Sunset Blvd, Echo Park, CA.

17 Concerts to See in New York This Week: Nicki Minaj, A$AP Rocky, Tanlines + More

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Thursday, July 23

Fresh from starring in the acclaimed film Dope and releasing psychedelic new album At Long Last A$AP, A$AP Rocky headlines a hometown show at NYC’s Best Buy Theater. He’s accompanied by Vic Mensa, Bodega Bamz, and Remy Banks. 8pm, 1515 Broadway, New York, NY.

Alt-pop trio Wet have been soundtracking all of our summertime sadness with their single “Deadwater,” a tribute to hangover-fueled regret. Their stock has been steadily rising over the past year, and they’re gearing up to release their debut album Don’t You in the fall. Check them out at Baby’s All Right tonight. 7pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

If you’re a #GIRLBOSS, check out UK synth-pop star Little Boots‘ new album Working Girl and catch her at Bowery Ballroom tonight. She’s on the road with Prinze George. 8pm, 6 Delancey St, New York, NY.

Friday, July 24

Mr. Twin Sister’s self-titled album was on repeat for a good chunk of last year, and we’re ready to bust it out again. The dream-funk band headlines Bowery Ballroom tonight, where they’ll be joined by Moon King. 8pm, 6 Delancey St, New York, NY.

The third annual Gigawatts Festival kicks off today in Brooklyn. Spread between venues the Wick, the Well, and Our Wicked Lady, the three day event features headliners Black Lips, Anamanaguchi, and Braid along with its typical focus on up-and-comers like Quarterbacks, Guerrilla Toss, and Slonk Donkerson.

Baltimore duo Ed Schrader’s Music Beat put on one of the most weirdly charismatic shows around. They’ve promised new songs at their Alphaville show tonight, so head to the new-ish Bushwick venue and check out what’s next. Bonus: their record label Infinity Cat celebrated its 13th birthday this week! 8pm, 140 Wilson Ave, Brooklyn, NY.

Cool off with Tokimonsta tonight at Baby’s All Right. The LA producer makes dancing feel like a dream, and she hits our fave spot with Gavin Turek and Sofi Tukker. 11:59pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

Saturday, July 25

Skylar Spence‘s “Can’t You See” should be the song of the summer, but there is little justice in this world. It’s a timelessly infectious anthem for feeling yourself, and who couldn’t use a little more of that in their lives? The singer-producer’s upcoming debut LP Prom King is bursting with even more catchy, earnest pop gems, and while we can’t share it with you, you can get a preview live at Rough Trade tonight. 10:30pm, 64 N 9th St, Brooklyn, NY.

Remember “Harlem Shake”? That was like five meme centuries ago! Baauer, the creator of that nasty drop, is still going strong and headlines today’s MoMA PS1 Warm Up. He’s joined by UK grime star Skepta, who’s currently getting a lot of attention for his Drake Vine-sampling “Shutdown,” who also plays Palisades on the 29th. 12pm, 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY.

Sunday, July 26

Who even knows anything about the VMAs OR Tidal, anyways? Nicki Minaj heads to Barclays Center tonight with Meek Mill, Rae Sremmurd, Tinashe, and Dej Loaf. 7pm, 620 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY.

UK singer-producer Shura‘s stock has been rapidly rising. Find out why tonight at Mercury Lounge, where she’s sure to make waves on American shores. 6:30pm, 117 E Houston St, New York, NY.

If you’re feeling some folk music, head to Central Park, where Dawes and First Aid Kit are taking over Summerstage. 6pm, Central Park Rumsey Playfield, New York, NY.

Mas Ysa’s been getting plenty of praise on his recent tour opening for Tanlines. Check out why as he celebrates his debut album Seraph tonight at Baby’s All Right. 8pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

Tuesday, July 28

UK psych-rockers Django Django first put us under a spell with their debut album in 2012, and they’ve done it again with their latest, Born Under Saturn. They play Webster Hall tonight with Seattle synth-pop babes Beat Connection. 7pm, 125 E 11th St, New York, NY.

Wednesday, July 29

If you missed out on Philadelphia-via-LA duo Girlpool when they played Music Hall Of Williamsburg earlier this month, you can catch them at a cozier show tonight at Baby’s All Right. Their arrestingly honest, pared-down songs make debut album Before The World Was Big one of the year’s most refreshing releases. 6pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

LA’s TV Girl make romantic, 60s-tinged indie pop that’s impossible to resist. Last year’s release French Exit was an underdog fave, and you can get caught up tonight at the Studio At Webster Hall. 7pm, 125 E 11th St, New York, NY.

Australian trio DMA’s make breezy guitar pop that’s sure to appeal to fans of Blur, along with soundtracking chill summer afternoons. Their self-titled EP came out earlier this year on Mom+Pop, and you can check them out tonight at Mercury Lounge. 6:30pm, 217 E Houston St, New York, NY.

15 Concerts in New York This Week: Interpol, The Protomen, Holychild + More

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Scroll down for the concerts to see this week, from July 16 to July 22, in New York. Then check out the BlackBook city guides for where to eat and drink before or after your show.

Thursday, July 16

LA duo Holychild make the kind of bright and bouncy alt-pop that’s the perfect soundtrack for all your pool parties this summer. Check out their debut album The Shape Of Brat Pop To Come, out now on Glassnote, and catch them tonight at Baby’s All Right.

8pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

Mexican rockers Rey Pila are Julian Casablancas-approved. Find out why tonight at Pianos or tomorrow at Baby’s All Right.

8pm, 158 Ludlow St, New York, NY.

Friday, July 17

The 10th annual Pitchfork Music Festival kicks off in Chicago’s Union Park today. The three-day event boasts acts including Wilco, Sleater-Kinney, CHVRCHES, Mac DeMarco, Iceage, Shamir, Vince Staples, Perfume Genius, and many more.

Pitchfork is livestreaming the festival all weekend HERE, tune into the Pitchfork playlist here.

Noted emotional bulldozers Mitski and Elvis Depressedly (aka Coma Cinema) are continuing on their national tour to devastate America. They’ve sold out both of their Brooklyn dates, tonight at Palisades and Sunday at Shea Stadium, so hopefully you’re not missing out on some of indie rock’s top picks.

8pm, 906 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

The sophisticated pop of the Bird and the Bee never gets old. Catch the noted Hall & Oates fans at the Marlin Room of Webster Hall tonight.

8pm, 125 E 11th St, New York, NY.

Local favorites Little Racer are fresh from the release of their new EP Foreign Tongues. Check out their breezy guitar pop tonight at Union Pool, along with Surf Rock Is Dead, New Myths, and New Life.

8pm, 484 Union Ave, Brooklyn, NY.

Saturday, July 18

Globetrotting dream pop outfit Yumi Zouma are an act you can’t miss. Check them out tonight at Baby’s All Right for the early show. If you want to make it a late night, stick around for midnight sets from PC Music bosses AG Cook and Danny L Harle.

8pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

The MoMA PS1 Warm-Up series is in fine form this weekend. This afternoon’s event features Boys Noize, Busy P, Boston Bun, PC Music’s AG Cook and Danny L Harle, and more. If you’re heading over to LIC, check out our picks for where to eat near MoMA PS1.

3pm, 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY.

Sunday, July 19

Sunday, head to Gramercy Theatre to see Nashville’s The Protomen plays in support of their incredible new album new concept album, The Cover Up.

6 pm, 127 E 23rd St, New York, NY.

Trans-Pecos hosts the fourth annual Summer Scum festival this weekend, though with a name like that, the flooded Gowanus Canal also seems like a suitable venue. Acclaimed noise artist Pharmakon headlines tonight.

2pm, 915 Wyckoff Ave, Ridgewood, NY.

Monday, July 20

Soulful singer Mayer Hawthorne‘s new project Tuxedo with Jake One gets cozy at (Le) Poisson Rouge tonight.

9pm, 158 Bleecker St, New York, NY.

Tuesday, July 21

If your summer needs to be a little more chilly and goth, see NYC’s darkest Interpol at a probably incongruous outdoor show at the Prospect Park Bandshell this evening. Their latest album El Pintor was released last year.

7pm, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY.

Todd Terje‘s It’s Album Time is one of the most acclaimed releases of the year so far. The Norwegian producer brings his full band the Olsens to NYC’s Terminal 5 to play it live. Joakim and JDH & Dave P get the night started.

7pm, 610 W 56th St, New York, NY.

Wednesday, July 22

Three of the year’s most celebrated women in rock appear at a stacked show at Terminal 5 tonight. No one can get enough of Courtney Barnett‘s debut album Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, filled with the Australian’s poignant storytelling style. Torres and Speedy Ortiz open up the evening.

7pm, 610 W 56th St, New York, NY.

Catch a free set from Brooklyn experimentalists Prince Rama ahead of a screening of Dirty Dancing in McCarren Park tonight.

6pm, McCarren Park, Brooklyn, NY.

The 5 Must-See Concerts in Los Angeles This Week: Charli XCX + Bleachers and More

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Scroll down for the concerts to see this week, from July 16 to July 22, in New York. Then check out the BlackBook city guides for where to eat and drink before or after your show.

Thursday, July 16

Roosevelt knows how to make disco dreamy, and last night he got Brooklyn feeling mad romantic. Tonight, the German singer and songwriter brings his talents to LA and the Echoplex. This isn’t one to miss, as his stock is sure to rise even higher once his debut album comes out.

8pm, 1822 Sunset Blvd, Echo Park, CA.

Find your ultimate chill with New Jersey soothe purveyors Real Estate. The indie rock staples play a free show tonight at the Santa Monica Pier with Hippo Campus. It’s part of the Twilight Concert Series.

7pm, 200 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA.

Australian funk-pop artist Sam Sparro is part of the Summer of Soul series for a good reason. Find out why at tonight’s free show at the Hammer Museum.

6:30pm, 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA.

Wednesday, July 22

Pop’s punk princess Charli XCX is one of the most exciting acts around. Not only has she penned some of the most memorable songs of the past three years, but she’s a truly electrifying performer. The UK star is on the road with Bleachers, and you can catch them tonight at the Pacific Amphitheatre.

7:30pm, 100 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA.

Semi-dormant noise-synth group HEALTH are back in fine form with their upcoming new album Death Magic. Cast out your demons when they hit the Echo tonight.

8pm, 1822 Sunset Blvd, Echo Park, CA.

From Taylor Swift to Common: 14 Concerts to See in New York This Week

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Thursday, July 9

Some of the year’s most talked-about women in rock are gathering for a free show at Pier 84 tonight. See what all the buzz is about with Waxahatchee, Speedy Ortiz, and Weyes Blood.

6pm, Hudson River Park, New York, NY

Friday, July 10

The Taylor Swift and HAIM tour is finally on the road! Head out to the suburbs to catch the Apple Music game-changer and her girl gang this Friday and Saturday.

7pm, One MetLife Stadium Dr, East Rutherford, NJ

Stay up late to catch some dream-pop faves at Baby’s All Right. Thanks to Empress Of and Buscabulla, you can also brush up on your Spanish, and the former’s haunting “Water Water” is one of the best songs of the year so far.

11:59pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.

Saturday, July 11

The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival is back at it. This year, the annual event boasts acts including Common, Mobb Deep, Charles Hamilton, Lion Babe, and many more.

1pm, 50 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Spend all day tearing it up with the help of acts including Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Super Furry Animals, Screaming Females, Twin Peaks, Happyness, and more. The stacked lineup hits NYC’s Pier 84.

1pm, Hudson River Park, New York, NY.

Indie rock stalwarts the New Pornographers and Thao and the Get Down Stay Down play a free show this evening at the Prospect Park Bandshell. It’s part of the beloved Celebrate Brooklyn series.

8pm, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY

Relive your teenage dreams with Say Anything. The seminal pop-punk band is currently on the road with emo revivalists Modern Baseball and Cymbals Eat Guitars, who are playing a hometown show tonight. Hard Girls also appear at the Best Buy Theater show.

6:30pm, 1515 Broadway, New York, NY

Sunday, July 12

Gabriel Garzon-Montano‘s distinct sense of tenderness notably caught Drake’s this year, sampled on If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late highlight “Jungle.” Find out why Drizzy loves the NYC singer and songwriter tonight at (Le) Poisson Rouge.

8pm, 158 Bleecker St, New York, NY

Check out the soothing sounds of Dutch avant-pop artist Jacco Gardner at Baby’s All Right tonight. Dinner open up the evening, but we’d also recommend going early to snag some actual dinner at the restaurant/venue.

8pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY

Monday, July 13

Long one of Nashville’s best kept secrets, Natalie Prass just won’t stop blowing up. Sink into the singer/songwriter’s retro-tinged tunes at Bowery Ballroom tonight.

8pm, 6 Delancey St, New York, NY

Catch a free set from alternative pop duo In The Valley Below at Baby’s All Right tonight. Their debut album The Belt is out now on Capitol Records.

7pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY

Tuesday, July 14

Party like the French for Bastille Day. Esteemed record label/clothing line Kitsuné is throwing a party for la fête nationale at Le Bain, where Chordashian, Antoine Karl, and more will be on the decks.

5pm, 444 W 13th St, New York, NY

Wednesday, July 15

You can go for that: Hall & Oates hit Jones Beach tonight for all the hits.

8pm, 1000 Ocean Pkwy, Wantagh, NY

Get into the groove with Roosevelt‘s laid-back disco sound, showcased on the velvety Elliot EP. Local funky favorite Rush Midnight opens up the evening. Their show tonight at Baby’s All Right is not one to be missed!

8pm, 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY