One thing to do Monday: Get down to all-lady postpunk on the Bowery
After storming SXSW, London foursome Savages flaunts its fierce, danceable tunes in Gotham.
Mon Mar 18 2013
This U.K. quartet owes its transatlantic success to a particularly London-centric brand of hipness. The toast of CMJ 2012, Savages were that rare band that surfed into NYC on a tidal wave of hype, then out on an even more massive one. They return this week for their first proper local headlining dates—tonight at the Bowery Ballroom and Tuesday at the Music Hall of Williamsburg—in between stops at SXSW and Coachella. Click here to read our preview.
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