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Ticket alert! Hot NYC concerts you don’t want to miss

Photograph: Laura Lynn Petrick
Mac DeMarco

Ready your clicking fingers, folks—tix for all these sweet shows go on sale on Friday

Delta Spirit: Sept 30 at Mercury Lounge, Oct 1 at Bowery Ballroom, Oct 2 at Music Hall of Williamsburg

This Cali crew, specialists in sleek, soaring, crowd-pleasing mainstream rock that recalls everything from the Killers to the Kings of Leon, drops by in support of its forthcoming new LP, Into the Wide. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 18 at noon

Perfume Genius: Oct 7 at Music Hall of Williamsburg

Delicately melancholic singer-songwriter Mike Hadreas (alias Perfume Genius) is set to release his third LP, Too Bright, this September, and appropriately, new single “Queen” gives off a glitzy synth shimmer that's certainly a couple shades brighter than Hadreas's earlier sad-boy fare. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 18 at noon

Zola Jesus: Oct 19 at Webster Hall

The brand of synth pop that Nika Danilova makes as Zola Jesus is as monumental as it is ethereal. She’s stated before that she wants to be No. 1 on the Billboard chart, and anyone who catches her cosmic set at Webster Hall will agree: The goal might not be far off. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 18 at 10am

Mac DeMarco: Nov 4 at Terminal 5

This impish outsider-lite-rocker, pictured, has been busy on the local festival circuit recently, playing Northside last month and 4Knots last weekend alongside Dinosaur Jr (not to mention a sold-out show at Webster Hall). In case you missed all three chances to catch the Canuck hooligan live, he’s added yet another NYC gig to his itinerary. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 18 at noon

The Dismemberment Plan: Nov 8 at Bowery Ballroom

Of all the weirdo guitar-driven indie outfits the ’90s spat out, few have been as stylistically singular and influential as this post-hardcore band, whose game-changing 1999 set, Emergency & I, used the wonkiest of melodies and oddest of time signatures to evoke the heaviest emotions. The band, which hits the LES this fall, resumed its esoteric mission with last year's Uncanney Valley. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 18 at noon

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