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 Sewing Machines on WHFR, Wednesday, August 8, 9PM 

To Do List: Saturday, April 9, 2011

Recommended Show:
SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 2011
SEBADOH

@ BOWERY BALLROOM
6 Delancey St
New York, NY 10002
$20, 8PM

I doubt that the band Sebadoh need much explanation. The 90s alt-rock band could easily be described as one of the pioneers of the current wave of indie rock sound overwhelming the music scene today. Why see an imitator when you can see the original?

White Lung @ Cake Shop
Sebadoh @ Bowery Ballroom
The Dead Milkmen @ Warsaw
The Greenhornes @ Maxwell's
Steve Aoki @ Roseland Ballroom
Nine 11 Thesaurus @ Don Hill's
Liam Finn & The Luyas @ The Bell House
Old 97's & Kevin Devine @ Webster Hall
Eric Clapton & Wynton Marsalis @ Rose Theatre
My Cousin the Emperor & Yellowbirds @ Southpaw
The Black Angels & Suuns @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Cloud Nothings, Craft Spells, & Sundelles @ Glasslands
BOAT, Moon Taxi, & Human Hearts @ Mercury Lounge (early)
Bardo Pond, Surf City, & Snowblink @ Mercury Lounge (late)
Blissed Out, Beggars In A New Land, & Noseybook @ Coco 66
Grouplove, Foster The People, & We Barbarians @ Knitting Factory
Walk The Moon, Ravens and Chimes, & Radical Dads @ The Rock Shop
Vaz, Puffy Areolas, Pygmy Shrews, & Red Dawn II @ Death By Audio
Dinowalrus, She Keeps Bees, Total Slacker, and more @ Shea Stadium
Duchess Leo, Easy Lover, Andy and Zeus, & Erika Spring @ Bruar Falls
Lucinda Black Bear, Anton Sword, & The Bottoms of Our Hearts @ Union Hall
Philip Glass, Lou Reed, John Zorn, Bill Laswell, and more @ Japan Society

3 comments:

M*P*Lockwood said...

I have to say, I am very disappointed by your choice to highlight this show over The Dead Milkmen. Why would anyone want to see either an imitator OR an originator of the current wave of indie rock sound overwhelming the music scene? Yuck. I believe in swordfish!

Jason Glastetter said...

Keep in mind that Lou Barlow (of Sebadoh) was one of the first "rock stars" I have ever met. I am biased.

M*P*Lockwood said...

I'm just as biased. The Dead Milkmen were one of the main inspirations for forming my first band.