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Also: Future’s back at Drai’s, and Louie Anderson stops at South Point.

The Aces’ home opener, Blink-182, Pink and more to do this week

May 24th, 2018

Also: Future’s back at Drai’s, and Louie Anderson stops at South Point.

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    Also: Cults at the Bunkhouse, and the Phil closes out its season.

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    “We look at it as a chance for us to experiment with music that we’re influenced by and play new music, new tracks and everything.”

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    His band, The Light, will play both Substance albums at Brooklyn Bowl.

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    Also: Jimmy Eat World, Whitesnake and Ninja Sex Party

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    Miss The Black Crowes? You’re in luck.

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    Also: The Breeders return, Alanis adds a second show and Method Man & Redman hit Brooklyn Bowl.

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    Also: Walshy Fire & Ape Drums at Drai’s Beachclub and Ghostface Killah at Brooklyn Bowl.

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    The last day of the Emerge Music + Impact festival was a mixed bag, but it contained more good stuff than bad.

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    Also: Cults, Gwen Stefani’s new residency and an additional Caifanes performance

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    A historical master class on vogueing and an LA roots-rocker got the new conference/festival off to a great start.

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    The Philadelphia band has only played here once, supporting The Hold Steady back in 2009.

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    This weekend marks Justin Blau’s first headlining show here outside of a nightclub.

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    “[On the Ziggy Stardust Tour] these guys were dressed in the wildest costumes, and I’m in jeans thinking, ‘I’m on another planet.’"

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    Also: Wanda Jackson, and several new Brooklyn Bowl and Bunkhouse shows.

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