Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival: Mirman Brings The Mirth

For those who can’t get enough of Bob’s Burgers (read: everyone), the show’s own Eugene Mirman (Gene Belcher) will be hosting his 8th Annual Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival from Sept. 18-21 at Brooklyn’s Bell House and Union Hall. While the lineup is not yet finalized, on the docket for …

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The Fratellis: Fratellis’ Fourth

Scottish rockers and Chelsea Dagger balladeers The Fratellis will be performing their poppy yet flippant alt rock at Webster Hall on Sept. 18 and the Theatre Of Living Arts on Sept. 22. Expect them to promote songs from their fourth album, Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied, which came out …

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Kathleen Madigan: Mad About Madigan

When Lewis Black calls a comedian “the funniest comedian in America, bar none,” you probably don’t want to miss that artist (or risk crossing Black in general). That said, the 25-year comedy veteran, Kathleen Madigan, has previously performed on Last Comic Standing, Conan O’Brien, The Late Show

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Delta Deep: Delta Deep In The Blues

They’re the Allman-ish deviation you never knew you wanted from Def Leppard’s Phil Collen, Stone Temple Pilots’ Robert DeLeo, blues vocalist Debbi Blackwell-Cook, and jazz/rock drummer Forrest Robinson. And now, blues outfit Delta Deep will be playing at Gramercy Park at 8 p.m. on Sept. 11. The group is …

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WhoMadeWho: WhoMadeWho’s There

Danish pop trio WhoMadeWho, always an oddly fun mixture of dance-punk and sly social commentary, will be playing at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn on Sept. 5. They’ll be promoting their new EP, There’s A Way (Remixes), which is out now and features a remix of its …

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Interview with Kylesa: Rocking And Rebuilding

Part heavy metal, part psychedelic—Kylesa has always been a pleasing enigma during its 14 years together. While their sound is always changing, their new album, Exhausting Fire, sounds a little like a mix between Breaking Benjamin and Pink Floyd. And while fans will have to wait until October to …

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Earl Sweatshirt and Remy Banks: Me And Earl And That’s All You Need

Get ready, Earl Sweatshirt fans: the critic favorite, rap prodigy, and somehow 21-year-old will appear with fellow rapper Remy Banks at the Best Buy Theater on Aug. 22. Fans who have followed his meteoric rise know he delivers solid performances: and he has since joining Tyler The Creator’s group …

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Kristian Nairn: Hodor Hosts

Who knew Hodor could mix? Game Of Thrones’ own Kristian Nairn has just released his piano house mix “Up/Beacon” featuring Leanne Robinson. The rather catchy track reveals a pretty successful double life for the actor: before Thrones, Nairn was apparently big with the European DJ circuit. Now, he …

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An Interview with Desaparecidos: Freaking Out And Firing Up

After a decade-long hiatus, the pop-punk Omahans of Desaparecidos are making it look easy to just pick up where they left off. After reuniting in 2012, they’ve steadily released six new tracks, signed with Epitaph Records, and recently embarked on a four-month-long national tour. What’s more, they’ll be promoting their …

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Christopher Paul Stelling: Rocking More Than A Man Bun

Justified trepidation might come at the prospect of the banjo-y yet soulful country music of Christopher Paul Stelling. Still, critics love him for his expert fingerpicking and troubadour-inspired shtick on songs like “Brick x Brick” and “How Long.” Hear newer music off his third album, Labour Against Waste, …

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