Set your musical calendar with our handy guide below for the best shows of the week – A.K.A Pancake Picks.
Flight Facilities @ Webster Hall – Tonight, Webster Hall welcomes Australian electronic duo Flight Facilities, whose eclectic sound and style makes them one to watch.
Lissie @ The Bowery Ballroom – Folk/rock singer-songwriter Lissie is playing the Bowery Ballroom this Wednesday, still fresh off her latest full-length release, Live at Union Chapel.
From Indian Lakes @ Mercury Lounge – Expect plenty of new songs from the California alt-rockers when they play the friendly confines of Mercury Lounge. Their new LP, Everything Feels Better Now, comes out Friday, so catch their new tunes before you grab the record.
Holy Ghost! & Classixx @ Terminal 5 – Brooklyn synthpop duo Holy Ghost! are playing a much-anticipated show at Terminal 5 this Thursday. They’re sharing the bill with Classixx and Harriet Brown, making for a nice lineup.
M83 @ Terminal 5 – If you didn’t catch them at Governors Ball this summer, now’s your chance! Check out M83 at Terminal 5 this Friday, who will be joined by Shura for the show. (And if you can’t make it Friday, they’re playing T5 on Saturday too!)
Duchess Says & Future Punx @ Shea Stadium – You don’t want to miss the weird mix of music that the Canadian band brings with their electro-punk thrashing. Get there early for one of NYC’s finer bands in Future Punx and you got yourself a full night of great tunes.
CHVRCHES @ Radio City Music Hall – Much-loved Scottish synthpop band, CHVRCHES, will be performing at Radio City Music Hall this Saturday (and Sunday!). Head that way to hear them and opening act, Potty Mouth.
Beyoncé, Alicia Keys & Nicki Minaj @ Barclays – This massive benefit concert for Tidal includes some of the worlds best known artists with Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj, Lauren Hill, Common, Blood Orange and more–pretty epic, right?
Teenage Fanclub @ MHOW – Finish off your show-filled week at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on Sunday, where Scottish alt-rockers Teenage Fanclub will be playing us the latest & greatest from their brand new full-length, Here, released just last month.