Mercury Lounge

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Lower East Side

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  • Address:

    Mercury Lounge 217 E Houston St
    Lower East Side
    New York
    10002

  • Cross Street:

    between Essex and Ludlow Sts

  • Venue phone:

    212-260-4700

  • Venue website:

    mercuryloungenyc.com

  • Transport:

    Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave

  • Map

    1. Mercury Lounge
      • 217 E Houston St
        Lower East Side
        New York
        10002
      • 212-260-4700
      • mercuryloungenyc.com
      • 40.722036,-73.986806

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Acid Mothers Temple + Perhaps

Indie rock

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Super prolific Japanese psych torchbearers Acid Mothers Temple bring their mind-pureeing jams to the LES in support of their new LP, Astrorgasm from the Inner Space, which explores sultry, smooth jazz and back-porch bluegrass. Kidding! It's cosmic-rock...

  1. Wed Apr 23
  2. Mercury Lounge 217 E Houston St, (between Essex and Ludlow Sts), New York, 10002
  3. $15, advance $13
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Bobby Bare Jr. + Cory Branan

Blues, Roots & Country, Indie rock

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Bobby Bare Jr. was only eight when he joined his country-singer father on the Grammy-nominated "Daddy What If," but it wasn't until two decades later, in the ’90s, that Junior began carving out a career as a solo star in his own right. The Nashville native...

Bobby Bare Jr. + Cory Branan
  1. Sat Apr 19
  2. Mercury Lounge 217 E Houston St, (between Essex and Ludlow Sts), New York, 10002
  3. $12
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The Coathangers

Indie rock, Punk & hardcore

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The Coathangers, an unhinged all-gal punk outfit from Atlanta, keep things basic but summon a fun, obstinate energy. They play a pair of shows behind a new album, Suck My Shirt.

  1. Fri Apr 18
  2. Mercury Lounge 217 E Houston St, (between Essex and Ludlow Sts), New York, 10002
  3. $12, advance $10
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Holly Golightly

Indie rock, Rock & roll

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English roots-punk doyenne Holly Golightly is a favorite of Jack White (she appeared on Elephant) and shares his appreciation for dirty, earthy recordings. All Her Fault, her latest LP with the Brokeoffs—really just one guy named Lawyer Dave—delivers...

Holly Golightly
  1. Sun Apr 20 – Mon Apr 21
  2. Mercury Lounge 217 E Houston St, (between Essex and Ludlow Sts), New York, 10002
  3. Apr 20 free; Apr 21 $14, advance $12
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Ikebe Shakedown + High and Mighty Brass Band

Categories, Rock, Pop & Hip-hop, Soul, R&B & Funk

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Ikebe Shakedown re-creates the kind of vibrant, vintage, Afrobeat-flavored funk that sends crate-digging DJs into spasms of joy. The Brooklyn outfit celebrates the release of a new LP tonight at Mercury Lounge. Helping out is High and Mighty Brass Band...

  1. Fri Apr 18
  2. Mercury Lounge 217 E Houston St, (between Essex and Ludlow Sts), New York, 10002
  3. $12
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Local H + Crook and Pony

Indie rock

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Local H has ably outlived the faceless grunge wave that spawned it, thanks in part to its sardonic edge. Live, the Illinois duo rocks with an intensity way out of proportion to its two-man status.

  1. Mon Apr 21
  2. Mercury Lounge 217 E Houston St, (between Essex and Ludlow Sts), New York, 10002
  3. $15
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Jessica Lea Mayfield + Gambles

Indie rock

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Young Black Keys protégée Jessica Lea Mayfield's albums artfully showcase her voice, which somehow seems both lived-in and fresh, youthful and cynical. She takes the stage for a pair of shows behind her recent effort, Make My Head Sing.

  1. Sat Apr 26 – Mon Apr 28
  2. Mercury Lounge 217 E Houston St, (between Essex and Ludlow Sts), New York, 10002
  3. $15
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Nathaniel Rateliff + Caroline Rose

Categories, Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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Sleepy-voiced Colorado alt-folk troubadour Nathaniel Rateliff has been turning heads lately with his handsome word-spinning and warm, lived-in melodies. He hits the LES in support of a new LP, Falling Faster than You Can Run.

  1. Wed Apr 23
  2. Mercury Lounge 217 E Houston St, (between Essex and Ludlow Sts), New York, 10002
  3. $12
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