Rough Trade NYC

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  • Address:

    Rough Trade NYC 64 North 9th St
    Williamsburg
    NY
    11249

  • Cross Street:

    between Kent and Wythe Aves

  • Venue website:

    roughtradenyc.com

  • Transport:

    Subway: L to Bedford Ave

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AVAN LAVA + Uproot Andy + Cookies

Indie rock, Nightlife

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

Brooklyn indie-pop outfit AVAN LAVA's high-energy gigs include choreographed dance routines and trippy light shows. Plan to work up a sweat.

AVAN LAVA + Uproot Andy + Cookies

The Baseball Project + The Minus 5

Indie rock, Alternative rock

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

Guitar-pop supergroup the Baseball Project (which features Young Fresh Fellows member Scott McCaughey, the Dream Syndicate's Steve Wynn and—on record, at least—R.E.M.'s Peter Buck and Mike Mills) supports its likable new one, 3rd. In the opening slot...

The Clean

Indie rock

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

The Clean first appeared on record with 1981’s “Tally Ho,” a near-perfect rallying cry anchored by an organ drone straight out of the Modern Lovers’ playbook. The humble single launched an eminent record label (Flying Nun) and led to a stream of like-minded...

The Clean
  1. Thu Aug 21
  2. Rough Trade NYC
  3. $18, advance $16
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Naomi Shelton & the Gospel Queens

Gospel

  • Critics' pick
  • Free

Daptone Records, the kids who safely shepherded soul singer Sharon Jones from wedding-band anonymity to semi-pop-star status, have another worthy veteran on their hands with Brooklyn gospel purveyor Naomi Shelton, whose raspy delivery recalls such greats...

Naomi Shelton & the Gospel Queens
  1. Until Tue Jul 29
  2. Rough Trade NYC
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U.S. Royalty + Golden Youth

Indie rock

  • $$

Feted in the blogosphere of 2011 as the Strokes of Washington, D.C., thanks to its soaring pop-rock and effortlessly cool fashion sense, U.S. Royalty returned with its second collection, the self-released Blue Sunshine, earlier this year.

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