Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Concert recommendations week of 1.9.12

1) Keepaway, Lakutis, Big Baby Ghandi, Dracula's Dick, HEEMS (Das Racist DJ set). I can't speak to the in the center of this sandwich, but: Tuesday 1.10 at Glasslands (289 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn), 8:30p, $10. [via]

Keepaway- 5 Rings

2) Royal Baths and Jane Jane Pollock (?) on Tuesday 1.10 at Mercury Lounge [217 E. Houston Street], 6:30p, $10. [via]

Royal Baths- Darling Divine

3) Darlings, The Suzan, Fabric, and Daytona on Thursday 1.12 at Glasslands, 8:30p, $10. [via]

Darlings- Teenage Girl
The Suzan- Home

4) Lee Ranaldo, Kaki King, Buke & Gass, and Twi the Humble Feather on Thursday 1.12 at Merkin Concert Hall (129 W. 67th Street), 7:30p, $25. [via]

Kaki King- Playing with Pink Noise
Buke & Gass- Medulla Oblongata
Twi the Humble Feather- Higher Than the End

5) Dinowalrus, Fergus & Geronimo, Total Slacker, and Weird Rivers on Friday 1.13 at 285 Kent Avenue, 8p, $5. [via]

Fergus & Geronimo- Girls with English Accents

6) Radical Dads, Backwords, Shark?, and Yanqui on Friday 1.13 at Cameo Gallery (93 N. 6th Street), 8p, $7. [via]

Shark?- Shark?

7) DJs sets from CREEP, School of Seven Bells, and Rewards on Friday 1.13 at Cameo Gallery (93 N. 6th Street), 11:45p, free? [via]

8) Gross Relations, Hard Nips, Lost Boy, and DJ OJ (of X-Ray Eyeballs) on Saturday 1.14 at Big Snow (89 Varet Street, Brooklyn), 8p, free? [via]

Gross Relations- You Don't Know Me

9) The Stepkids, Cuckoo Chaos, and Lushlife on Saturday 1.14 at Knitting Factory Brooklyn (361 Metropolitan Avenue), 8p, $10a/$12d. [via]

The Stepkids- Shadows on Behalf
Cuckoo Chaos- Jesus Flag American Fish

10) Girls, Real Estate, and King Krule on Saturday 1.14 at Terminal 5 (ugh- 610 W. 56th Street), 7p, $25. [via]

Girls- Honey Bunny
Real Estate- It's Real

11) Knickerbocker Chamber Orchestra celebration of the Statue of Liberty's 125th anniversary, Saturday 1.14, 7:15-8p at the World Financial Center (220 Vesey St.), free:

"compositions inspired by Lady Liberty; works from historic performances at Castle Clinton by the legendary Jenny Lind, “The Swedish Nightingale;” treasures by 19th-century American masters Stephen Foster and Louis Moreau Gottschalk; and a waltz by John Philip Sousa that will lift audiences to their feet. Special guest: three-time Tony nominated actress Judy Kuhn."

12) Nat Baldwin (of the Dirty Projectors) on Sunday 1.15 at Manhattan Inn (632 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn), 10p, free. [via]

Nat Baldwin- Lake Erie

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