New York Magazine

Pop Calendar

SEPT.

9/2

Angel Olsen, My Woman

The snarl of her recent single “Shut Up Kiss Me” suggests a new, more Joan Jett–ish approach for this indie-folk star.

Soundwalk Collective and Jesse Paris Smith Featuring Patti Smith, Killer Road

Punk-poet Smith and her daughter, Jesse, join the arty trio for spoken-word poetry and spooky ambience.

Wiley, Godfather

The MC and erstwhile “Godfather of Grime” has of late cleaned up his underground U.K. rap sound for a poppier presentation.

Zomby, Ultra

The mask-wearing British DJ-producer lords over the throbbing middle ground between jungle and garage.

9/9

The Head and the Heart, Signs of Light

More sunshiny melodies and bright gospel harmonies to make you forget that these guys are from the Pacific Northwest.

Allah-Las, Calico Review

A raucous backbeat and guitar jangle aren’t exactly formal breakthroughs, but these left-coast beach bums find ways to inject fresh attitude into garage rock.

Local Natives, Sunlit Youth

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