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East Village »

Odetta Hartman will release "Tally Marks" at a launch party this Thursday.

East Harlem »

The decades-old festival combines African, Caribbean and Spanish traditions and flavors.

Civic Center »

The duo posed as the pop stars' representation to defraud event organizers around the world. 

Upper West Side »

Sunday's shindig at Hostelling International features live music, art and beer for $10.

Midtown »

Fourteen high schoolers are building a guide to the boroughs' varied art scenes.

Bed-Stuy »

Dub-Stuy records is an independent electronic label paying homage to the '50s Jamaican music style.

Williamsburg »

The fifth annual festival includes 350 bands and a giant technology expo in McCarren Park.

Chelsea »

The festival will celebrate both British and Italian cultures through music, art and food.

Gowanus »

Rock and Roll Playhouse will bring late nights, alcohol and loud music to the neighborhood, locals say.

Prospect Heights »

Wild Cub, a band on the rise from Nashville, had most of its instruments stolen from a parked van.

Upper East Side »

The group will play a Brookyn-born performer's work for the first time in New York City, organizers said.

Greenpoint »

The group, a riff on LCD Soundsystem, turned the U.S. government's finances into musical melodies.

Upper East Side »

The new show tracing punk's influence on fashion will debut May 9 at the Met, 1000 Fifth Ave.

Williamsburg »

The Knitting Factory is hosting its first adult prom on May 30.

New York City »

Check out who's playing New York City from April 17 to April 23.