Tuesday Events: Jonathan Richman, TV on the Radio, Alejandro Cardenas, Van She Tech, and Literary Death Match
Maybe the 2004 heyday of sharp, disco-influenced, jangle bands has passed (we don't miss you, The Bravery), but TV on the Radio can always be counted on for an amazing show. TV on the Radio at Brooklyn Masonic Temple. (Today through Thursday) Alejandro Cardenas introduces his mysterious characters and silhouettes at James Fuentes LLC. Alejandro Cardenas, "Arctic Cross, at James Fuentes LLC. (Pictured)
Come to Santos and work out the kinks with Van She Tech. You'll thank us. Van She Tech at Santos Party House.
As promised in his early Modern Lover days, Jonathan Richman has become "Dignified and Old," but still creates songs with all the charm, humor and heartache of his disaffected Boston youth. Jonathan Richman at Society for Ethical Culture Concert Hall.
It's kill or be killed at the Literary Death Match, where authors read and compete for the judges' favor. Held by Opium Magazine. Literary Death Match: An Evening With Opium Magazine at The Kitchen.terarty