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Let’s Active: rock nyc’s Concert Picks Week Of October 5th, 2015


I realize if you haven’t seen Tomas Doncker play locally, you haven’t been paying attention so while news of one more gig, especially at an unconscionable 11pm at Rockwood on a Monday. For me, I have no idea how to stay awake that late but if there was any show not starring Prince worth getting no sleep for this is it. Because… at midnight, the first song off The Mess We Made, “Church Is Burning Down” is released, and Tomas promises to perform some songs off his mind bending new album live on stage. Really, it is up to you, but if you can possibly make it do so.

Tuesday – Saturday – Steely Dan – Beacon Theatre – Their annual residency, personally I’m hoping the prices will drop in my time for birthday.

Wednesday – Luna, Diane Coffee – Bowery Ballroom – I didn’t realize the dream poppers had reformed, but no new album? Good greatest hits. Diane Coffee has a really pretty new album out.

Wednesday – Tame Impala – Terminal 5 – I can’t think of a worse experience than spending $50 aon a ticket toi see the bass guitarist bop his head from a great distance.

Thursday – Oh Wonder – Rough Trade – London duo with a good electronic pop r&b album out.

Thursday – Ricky Martin, Wisin – Madison Square Garden – Ricky needs no introduction, Wisin is half of one of the great Latin American duos of the 2010s.

Thursday – Marc Anthony & Carlos Vives – UNIDO2 TOUR 2015 – Two huge Latin American popsters

Friday – Brandi Carlile – Radio City Music Hall – With the best chick country singer story teller album of 2015 out there, this should be fun.

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