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The best NYC concerts in November 2016

Consult our guide to the best must-see NYC concerts in November, from Animal Collective to Meshuggah

Photograph: Nobuyuki Taguchi

November offers a lot more reasons to be thankful than just Thanksgiving turkeys and the best pies. Things might be cooling down, but there are plenty of things to do in the fall—including a handful of must-see shows. Check out our list of exciting fall concerts, and you’ll see braving the autumnal cold is well worth it. Here's our list of our favorite music highlights for the month—from moshing with extreme metal heads Meshuggah to partying with up-n-coming synth stars Kero Kero Bonito.

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NYC concerts in November

Animal Collective + Actress

Avant-pop MVPs Animal Collective bring their spacey, jammy anthems to town, celebrating the release of their latest album, Painting With, the group's first since 2012's pleasantly perplexing Centipede Hz.

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02 Nov 2016

Kero Kero Bonito

Along with their fellow U.K. denizens in the PC Music crew, Kero Kero Bonito exemplify a certain strain of giddy, hyper-digital pop that evokes a Tumblr page coming to life. With vocalist Sarah Perry rapping in both Japanese and English, their dizzying upcoming debut LP, Bonito Generation, plays like a cheerful update on Cibo Matto for an era of songs about selfies (like the band’s own “Picture This”). Perry brought out props including a stuffed crocodile during Kero Kero Bonito’s U.S. debut at SXSW last year, so while you might want to bring your dancing shoes, also keep those smartphones at the ready.

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02 Nov 2016

Meshuggah + High on Fire

Neck-snapping Swedish extreme-metal juggernaut Meshuggah, which recently celebrated 25 years of "musical deviance," plays in support of its eighth full-length, The Violent Sleep of Reason. Unlike previous super-polished, post-processed albums, this release was recorded live, so expect the new songs' full-throttle energy to translate well to the stage. Support comes from one of the most acclaimed metal bands of the past decade-plus, High on Fire. There’s nothing particularly surprising about the trio’s meat-and-potatoes doom-thrash, but nevertheless, it remains a headbanger’s dream.

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03 Nov 2016

Tegan and Sara

Canadian twins Tegan and Sara descend on the the Theater at MSG with their winning brand of indie pop—all layered vocals and tempered angst. The duo has skewed a bit more mainstream recently, but it's difficult to stay mad when we're having so much fun dancing to "Boyfriend."

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04 Nov 2016

Digable Planets

Considered a one-hit wonder by some, thanks to its briefly inescapable 1992 jazz-rap smash, “Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat),” this trio’s commercially underperforming 1994 follow-up, Blowout Comb, has belatedly but deservedly become part of the canon of rap’s golden age.

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10 Nov 2016

Thee Oh Sees

A Thee Oh Sees show is a sure bet for anyone who likes their riffs big, bad, meaty and pogoworthy. The garage-rock group debuted a new four-member format, behind frontman John Dwyer, earlier last year and play behind their summer release, A Weird Exits. At the rate Dwyer churns out material, odds are good they have another in the hopper.

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Fri Nov 11 - Sun Nov 13

Mitski

Mitski Miyawaki's come far since self-releasing her first two albums and playing DIY gigs—that much is obvious considering she's sold out this Webster Hall concert, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Bowery Ballroom and basically every single other show on her national tour months in advance. Her new collection of heartrending songs, Puberty 2, continues where 2014's breathtaking Bury Me at Makeout Creek left off: veering from her previous orchestral avant-pop leanings into dreamily yearning indie rock, a successful transformation that highlights her talents for complex, emotive melody and pointed lyricism.

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21 Nov 2016

The Bad Plus

Alt-jazz phenomenon the Bad Plus made its name—and earned itself a few haters—interpreting favorites by Blondie, Nirvana, Black Sabbath and other rock icons, alongside its striking, inventive postbop-gone-pop originals, the latest collection of which, It's Hard, features Johnny Cash's "I Walk the Line" and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' "Maps" among others.

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Village Vanguard , West Village Tuesday December 27 2016 - Sunday January 1 2017

Conor Oberst

Singer, songwriter, bandleader and label chief Conor Oberst (of Bright Eyes, Monsters of Folk and sundry others) plays a a special intimate gig at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium. As usual, Oberst isn’t pushing any limits with his quavery-voiced indie folk, but he’s got that plainspoken-troubadour thing on lockdown.

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23 Nov 2016

Dinosaur Jr.

Indie extraordinaire and Dinosaur Jr. frontman J Mascis augmented his trademark Jazzmaster-scuzz with acoustic Martin strumming on his last three solo records. While the combo works wonders, we miss the straightforward indie riffage characteristic of Dinosaur Jr’s early days. Fortunately, the band’s new album, Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not, features his pivotal crew in classic form.

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Wed Nov 30 - Thu Dec 1
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The National will make their arrival with determinations from their most recent collection, Trouble Will Find Me. In July, get Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds at their follow-up from a totally sold out North American Tour in mid 2014. In August, tummy up to the Bandshell for St. Vincent, as she makes her hotly anticipated Bandshell debut performing with San Fermin, Brooklyn local Ellis Ludwig-Leone's symphonic people pop forming and songwriting venture.
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