Congratulations! We made it through one of the coldest and nastiest streaks this area has ever seen, so get out and stretch those legs and get some live music in your ears with the help of our handy Pancake Picks below.
Retroglyphs @ Mercury Lounge – If you like your pop to be infused with the classic 80’s sound, then this is the show for you.
Verdigirls @ Knitting Factory – Thoughtful synth-pop with a touch of violin and cello thrown in for good measure.
Instant Treeline @ Rockwood – Last year we premiered their song ” Winter Storm” and became a popular selection here with their energetic and twisting take on the Americana-folk genre.
Dorothy @ Bowery Ballroom – This alt-rock group has been making waves as their popularity grows and will be hitting the Bowery for a proper headlining show that you want to miss.
The Wombats @ Brooklyn Steel – The English pop-rock outfit has a new album coming in February, so expect a lot of new music to go along with the hits.
Pond @ Warsaw – Australian Psych-Rock featuring Tame Impala’s own Jay Watson leading the charge.
The Nude Party & Insecure Men @ Mercury Lounge – The Nude Party has been getting some amazing reviews for their live show as of late, so go check out what seems to be a ridiculous and rocking gig. Be sure to get there early for Insecure Men, the side project of Saul, from Fat White Family.
San Fermin @ Brooklyn Bowl – You must see this full-spectrum rock band to appreciate their greatness and Brooklyn Bowl will be full of sound and love.
Iron Reagan @ Brooklyn Bazaar – If you like your metal raw, punky and unhinged, get yourself to the bazaar, and be ready to mosh.
Passion Pit @ Terminal 5 – Electro-pop legends return to the city, so get your swaggiest outfit on and head down to T5 for a night full of dance and song.
Walk The Moon @ Hammerstein – The indie-rock band returns to the Big Apple and brings with them an energetic live gig that will have Hammerstein shaking.
Article: Shayne Hanley