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Woe & Couch Slut added to Nails @ Knit; Aura Noir play 2 nights at Knit, touring

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

One of the Knitting Factory 30th anniversary shows is the Invisible Oranges-presented Nails show. We’ve now added openers to that show…

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What’s going on Thursday?

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

It’s a ridiculously stacked Thursday in (and around) NYC, with Arcade Fire, Tame Impala, Okkervil River, Slayer, Regina Spektor, Ben Gibbard, Giorgio Moroder, A$AP Ferg, and still more.

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metal roundup: new Converge, Orion fest rumors, UFO/Saxon tour, Thou, & more

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Also shows from Havok, Astronoid, So Hideous, and Caveman Cult, a new Darkest Hour song, and still more.

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Candiria announce new album, 5-borough “world tour”

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

NYC metal/jazz/hip-hop genre-pushers Candiria reunited back in 2015, playing AfroPunk and Black and Blue Bowl among other stuff. Now they have announced a new LP, their first since reuniting…

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Helmet tribute album coming with KEN mode, Meek Is Murder, Rosetta & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

This Helmet tribute album is coming out soon. In the meantime, stream two of its great tracks.

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What’s going on Saturday?

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Tonight’s NYC-area shows include Deer Tick/Margo Price, Nas & many more at BK Hip Hop Fest, Dr. John, Nasty Nigel, Coldplay, Hey Mercedes, Jane’s Addiction/Dinosaur Jr/Minus the Bear, Clams Casino at Warm Up, Night Beats, Out in the Streets Fest, WALL, Public Service Broadcasting playing under the Space Shuttle, and more.

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Meek Is Murder releasing ‘Was’ (stream “Full Hearts, Empty Rooms”)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn’s Meek Is Murder will follow last year’s double EP, Onward/Into the Sun, with a self-released new album, Was, on July 15. It was produced by Converge’s Kurt Ballou, and it’s got a kind of frenetic mathcore that fans of that band will almost definitely like…

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