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New York City Music Calendar: The City’s Top Concerts This Month

New York City Music Calendar: The City’s Top Concerts This Month

When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of the hottest concerts in New York City. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling super stars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.

March 11 - 17

Another Sky

Mercury Lounge

Another Sky's frontwoman, Catrin Vincent, is armed with a haunting and evocative voice that powers the four-piece band's impressive indie rock vibe.

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Yoke Lore

The Bowery Ballroom

Absolutes, the new EP from New York indie-pop act Yoke Lore, explores the grey areas between black and white ideas while building upon the lush, sonic sounds of his past works.

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Borgore

Schimanski

Borgore has broken out of the EDM stereotype, fusing bass-heavy trance and dubstep with hip-hop and classical music. Join him for a night of hit after hit after hit.

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Habib Koité & Bassekou Kouyate

(Le) Poisson Rouge

The Malian musicians have a distinguished sound that translates across cultures. Fit with guitars and lutes, the collaborative duo carries West Africa's musical traditions into the future.

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We Three

PlayStation Theater

These three siblings burst onto the scene during America's Got Talent, and their infectious, self-penned pop ballads won over more than just the judges.

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ANNA

Kings Hall at Avant Gardner

ANNA's first DJ residency was at the age of 14, at her father's club in Sao Paolo. Keep your night moving with her brooding energy at the Avant Gardner.

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March 18 - 24

CHAI

Market Hotel

CHAI, the critically-acclaimed Japanese indie girl group, will rock the Market Hotel with their punk-pop sound and empowering message.

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VanJess

Mercury Lounge

Sisters Ivana and Jessica Nwokike are the contemporary R&B duo, Van Jess. Check out their intoxicating, 90s-influenced soul at the Mercury Lounge.

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Lucy Dacus

White Eagle Hall

Thanks to her critically-acclaimed 2016 debut, "No Burden," Lucy Dacus has been dubbed one of the most promising voices in rock.

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Celeste

Baby's All Right

Hailing from London, Celeste brings her downtempo, jazzy R&B to Brooklyn's Baby's All Right.

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Mothica

Elsewhere (Zone One)

Brooklyn's own Mothica bridges pop, electro, and R&B with her stirring vocal delivery and emotive lyrics.

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Dom Dolla

Schimanski

From Melbourne's underground EDM scene to the international stage, DJ Dom Dolla has become one of the hottest names from Down Under.

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March 25 - 31

Yves Tumor

National Sawdust

Experimental artist Yves Tumor offers a kaleidoscopic fusion of standard, soulful songwriting with confrontational noise that'll have you scratching and bobbing your head at the same time.

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Maria Lynn

Elsewhere (Zone One)

This 21 year-old New Jersey native is still honing her craft, but her smooth voice and stripped-down pop show early signs of a promising career.

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Lula Wiles

Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2

Toeing the line between country and folk, this Boston-based roots trio will stun you with their rich harmonies and impressive fiddle, guitar, and upright bass skills.

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Big Wild

Terminal 5

Jackson Stell was originally a hip-hop producer, but has added lush soundscapes and atmospheric melodies to his arsenal. Join him at Terminal 5 for a wild night.

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Elohim

Murmrr Theatre

With an infectious electro-pop sound, Elohim is quickly rising through the ranks of the music industry. Join the one-woman-band for an intimate evening at the Murmrr Theatre.

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April 1 - 7

Leikeli47

Elsewhere (Hall)

Donning a mask to keep the focus on her music, this Brooklyn rapper is turning heads with her piercing lyrics that express her experiences as a black woman.

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Zhavia

Baby's All Right

Zhavia's appearance on the reality TV show "The Four: Battle of Stardom" led to a deal with Columbia Records. Her debut single, "Candlelight," is just the beginning for this break-out pop singer.

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Ex Hex

The Bowery Ballroom

Fit with sugary sweet pop melodies, Ex Hex's punching guitars and sonic harmonies refute any claim that rock is dead.

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Lupe Fiasco

Villain

Lupe Fiasco rose to fame in the mid-2000s for his cerebral rap and enigmatic personality. Catch the GRAMMY Award-winner at Villian.

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HÆLOS

Music Hall of Williamsburg

Inventive trio HÆLOS hails from London with a darkly euphoric sound and clever atmospheric harmonies. See their hypnotizing set at the Music Hall of Williamsburg.

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Japanese Breakfast

White Eagle Hall

With foundations in bedroom pop, Michelle Zauner will wow you as she takes you on an astral journey. If you keep Jay Som, Snail Mail, or Frankie Cosmos on repeat, this concert is for you.

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April 8 - 14

Foreign Air

Baby's All Right

Foreign Air performs their electro-pop with an intensely passionate energy and a mix of live and electronic instruments. Get lost in their soundscapes at Baby's All Right.

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Carsie Blanton with Jenna Nicholls

(Le) Poisson Rouge

This NOLA-based singer/songwriter has been pushing the musical envelop since her 2002 debut. It'll be a swinging-good time as she showcases her love for jazz and Motown.

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Polyphia

Gramercy Theatre

This four-piece band's unique blend of hip-hop, jazz, metal, and R&B is overshadowed only by their own jaw dropping technical abilities. See if you can keep up...

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Scary Pockets

Brooklyn Bowl

Get funked up with Scary Pockets, the recently formed five-piece band generating unprecedented buzz around their funky re-imaginings of your favorite tunes.

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MK

Schimanski

Hit the dance floor with DJ Marc Kinchen, who made a name for himself in the early 90s by layering soulful vocals over hard hitting techno.

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Aubrey Logan

Birdland Theater

Dubbed "The Queen of Sass," trombonist Aubrey Logan has unbelievable vocal and instrumental talent, and her stage presence features emotive stories and comedic relief.

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