is closing this weekend so I’m going to use this week’s post to highlight final shows there, for your last hurrah (or The Grand Victory oi-oi rebel shout). But we also have Peach Kings and puppies at the Knitting Factory, and St. Vitus hosts electronica it likes.
Last, we clue you in to some shows beyond this weekend that you should ticket up now before a sellout, like for
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How’s that holiday hangover, Greenpointers? Eek. That bad? Cozy up with a cuppa vegan eggnog and let Uncle Max (AKA drummer Max Almario of fuzz-pop group
, on the far left above) guide you back to subdued comfort. Celestial Shore
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