Bob Dylan, Odd Future, & More Shows To Catch This Week

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TEEN, Acrylics, Bizi Gara: Glasslands, September 5, $10
Back in July, we debuted a mixtape from Brooklyn psychedelic pop outfit TEEN. Now, in celebration of its full-length LP, In Limbo (out now on Carpark Records), the band will be playing a record release party at Glasslands. Come out for shimmering melodies and the breathy vocals of front woman, Teeny Lieberson.
Wednesday, September 5, 8:30 p.m., Glasslands 289 Kent Ave (between South 1st and South 2nd streets), Brooklyn, New York 11211; 718-599-1450.
Chairlift: Prada, September 6, FREE
While Fashion’s Night Out can get a little crazy (just try catching a cab), heading to Prada for Chairlift could be one of your best bets for the night. Caroline and co. are always a great live show, and seeing them for free is never a bad thing. Just remember to get there early.
Thursday, September 6, 6 p.m. Prada, 575 Broadway (at Prince), 212-334-8888.
Atoms for Peace (DJ Set), Rustie, Holy Other, Maria Minerva, Justin Strauss: MoMA PS1, September 8, $15
The last Warm Up of the summer may also be the best. This Saturday’s lineup includes electronic dance titan Rustie, warped beatmaker Holy Other, and disco chanteuse Maria Minerva. Topping the bill is an Atoms for Peace DJ set by Thom Yorke, whose little side project, Radiohead, you may have heard of.
Saturday, September 8, 2 p.m. PS1, 22-25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101; 718-784-2084.
Up for more? Here are some bonus shows:
September 4: Odd Future plays The Paramount.
September 5: Chromatics, Oneohtrix Point Never play the New Museum.
September 5: The Rapture plays the Music Hall of Williamsburg.
September 4: Bob Dylan plays the Capitol Theatre.
September 8: LadyHawke plays Bowery Ballroom.
September 8: POP ETC plays Brooklyn Bowl.
September 8: Gogol Bordello, The Descendents, and more play Williamsburg Park.
Photos: Via Gogol Bordello, Chromatics, Chairlift

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