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School of Seven Bells, Twin Sister, Moon King: Music Hall of Williamsburg, November 28, $15
Dream pop duo School of Seven Bells have us excited for their new EP, Put Your Sad Down, which sees Alejandra Deheza and Benjamin Curtis explore chillingly beautiful new sounds. Wednesday’s show also features Long Island’s Twin Sister, whose own brand of sleepy pop should fit alongside SVIIB nicely.
Wednesday, November 28, 8 p.m. Music Hall of Williamsburg, 66 North 6th Street (between Kent and Wythe avenues); Brooklyn; 718-486-5400.
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TNGHT: November 30, Music Hall of Williamsburg, $25
Together, producers Lunice and Hudson Mohawke are TNGHT: a vowelless assault of beats and bleeps. Their recent self-titled EP was an exposé on cutting edge hip-hop and dance that, months later, still sounds like it came from the future. Friday’s party at the Music Hall should be a good one.
Friday, November 30, 10 p.m. Music Hall of Williamsburg, 66 North 6th Street (between Kent and Wythe avenues); Brooklyn; 718-486-5400.
Dinosaur Jr. “You’re Living All Over Me” 25th Anniversary Show with Kurt Vile: Terminal 5, December 1, $25
It’s crazy to think that Dinosaur Jr.’s most well-known album dropped a quarter century ago, especially since the slacker-rockers have been so productive since they reunited. Rather than a group of has-beens celebrating past triumphs, theYou’re Living All Over Me anniversary show is a band in top form, giving longtime fans something special to chew on.
Saturday, December 1, 7 p.m., Terminal 5, 610 West 56th Street (between 11th and 12th Aves.); 212-582-6600.
Up for more? Here are some bonus shows:
November 26: Nite Jewel and Solar Year play Brooklyn Bowl.
November 26: FIDLAR plays Shea Stadium.
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November 27: Delta Spirit, JEFF The Brotherhood, and FIDLAR play Irving Plaza.
November 28: Mount Eerie plays (le) Poisson Rouge.
November 29: Public Enemy plays Irving Plaza.
November 29: Sky Ferreira and Rewards play Mercury Lounge.
November 29: Tanlines play Webster Hall.
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November 30: Ayshay (Fatima Al Quadiri), CFCF play Brooklyn Night Bazaar.
November 30: Boys Noize plays the Roseland Ballroom.
December 1: Balam Acab plays Glasslands.
Photos via: Twin Sister, Dinosaur Jr, Public Enemy

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