“Waiting For The Bee-Train” by Tom
Halloween is right around the corner and weâ€™ve got you covered for some of the best shows in the city.
First weâ€™re kicking off the party midweek with the man, the legend, the one behind the â€śOh Yes Oh Yesâ€ť catchphrase, Carl Cox. The house legend takes over Output in Brooklyn on Wednesday, Oct 29, for a sold-out party dubbed â€śCarl Cox All Night Long.â€ť Doors at 9 p.m. If you canâ€™t make it be sure to check back here later this week as weâ€™ll provide coverage.
Thursday brings a massive, sold-out Hip Hop bill to Barclay’s Center — a Power 105.1 event featuring J. Cole, Ne-Yo, Jeezy, T.I., Childish Gambino, French Montana and more. Some resale tickets available here.
Next on our radar is another legendary house act, Deep Dish. The duo of Sharam and Dubfire are playing an open-to-close set Halloween night (Friday) at the newly opened Space Ibiza New York. The duo reunited earlier in the year and dropped the massive track â€śQuincyâ€ť on us. It should be an incredible night. Very limited tickets are available so if you want to experience the grammy winning house legends in action get them here.
And while youâ€™re waiting for Friday have a listen to Deep Dish’s return to the Essential Mix:
Also on Friday, October 31 you can catch several bands performing “as” Nirvana, Meat Puppets, Television, Devo, and more. (For details see CakeShopCalender.tumblr.com.) Meanwhile, the actual Meat Puppets will be playing Rough Trade with Cass McCombs (tickets here). Another group of (costumed?) bands will be covering the Chili Peppers, Weezer, Pixies and Hole at Silent Barn.
Finally, on Saturday, weâ€™re starting off November with the Glitch Mobâ€™s return to New York. The show is being dubbed â€śDia de Los Muertos 2014â€ť and is taking place at Hammerstein Ballroom on Saturday November 1st. The trio is supported by Chrome Sparks and The M Machine. Get your tickets here.
Check out Glitch Mobâ€™s latest album Love Death Immortality here
Glitch Mob- Love Death Immortality
Itâ€™s is going to be an amazing week for music in New York with lots of great shows. Which ones will you be attending?