With so many shows happening in and around New York City every week, it can be difficult to sift through and pick a handful to attend or just RSVP. Ears to Feed is here to save you time and frustration with a weekly listing of our most anticipated shows.
Mary Lattimore and Loni Landon
7pm | All Ages | Green-Wood Cemetery, 500 25th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Revered experimental harpist Mary Lattimore will be playing Wednesday and Thursday in Greenwood Cemetery, located in South Brooklyn. This is an original commissioned piece choreographed by Loni Landon where Lattimore will be performing alongside seven dancers for viewers to experience “an opportunity to participate in meditation and sound bath.” The performances are part of four/four presents Open Air series, taking place in various unique locations till September.
Purchase tickets for both nights here.
Clara Warnaar, Crisantemos (MX), Alora Crucible, Mario Diaz de Leon
8pm | 21+ | TV Eye, 1647 Weirfield, Ridgewood, NY 11385
This bill is packed with experimental artists who push the limits of their innovation by sampling environmental sounds and defying genres. Warnaar, who is typically known for being the drummer in Infinity Shred, uses her solo project to fuse classical influences with her ambient stylings.
Purchase tickets here.
Deli Girls, Prolaps, Lust$ickpuppy, Murderpact, Pushpin
8pm | All Ages | Market Hotel, 1142 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11221
A stacked lineup of Brooklyn’s finest noise experimentalists featuring potent noise meets hardcore duo Deli Girls. This already sold out two weeks ago but for those seeking one of the most electric performances of the summer, you should’ve bought a ticket.
Tickets are sold out.
Freezing Cold, Laveda, Ok Cowgirl, Atlas Engine
7pm | 21+ | Our Wicked Lady, 153 Morgan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11237
Our Wicked Lady has made a triumphant return with their rooftop shows through the summer. Four New York-based indie projects are washing the stage with dreampop, celestial indie rock on Saturday night. Keep an ear out for Ok Cowgirl who will be performing new tracks from their forthcoming debut album.
Purchase tickets here.
Sheer Mag, Success, Militia
8pm | 21+ | Union Pool, 484 Union Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
The Philly-based eccentric garage punk group, Sheer Mag, will be taking over Union Pool this Saturday for their second show back in New York. Expect the set to be a ripper featuring a mix of material from the group’s storied 7″ past and new tracks as they prepare for their appearance at Fest. The group will be supported by the whirling metal songs of Success, and kaleidoscopic electronic tunes from Militia.
Tickets are currently sold out but you can join the waitlist here.