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10 Shows You Need To See This Week

By Daniel Jumpertz | November 13, 2014 7:42am
 TV On The Radio and Ryan Adams unveil new music in New York City this week.
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Thursday, November 13
Australian singer and producer D.D. Dumbo recently signed to iconic UK label 4AD, and has just released his debut EP “Tropical Oceans.” Head to Baby's All Right Thursday night for a taste of his unique sound, which references African desert blues and transcendental Tuvan melody. Baby's All Right, 146 Broadway, Williamsburg. $10

Friday, November 14
In the late 80s Suzanne Vega's second album "Solitude Standing" was a global hit, establishing her as one of the few rising stars of "new folk." Her big hits were "Luka," "Marlene On The Wall" and "Tom's Diner" — the latter originally an a cappella version remixed in 1990 as a dance track by the British dance production team DNA. Her most recent album, "Tales from the Realm of the Queen of Pentacles" released in February, was Vega's first album of new material in seven years. Joe’s Pub, 425 Lafayette St., NoHo. Two shows each on Friday and Saturday night. 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. $40

Berlin-based Canadian Dan Bodan’s simple and sincere love songs are adorned with shimmering experimental electronic textures. Baby's All Right, 146 Broadway, Williamsburg. $12.

Saturday, November 15
Ryan Adams plays Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium Saturday evening to promote his 14th solo studio release, described by music blog Quietus as, “not his best record. It's about sixth or seventh. But it's still a triumph of sorts — a curious, meandering journey that needs to be made a good few times.” Also performing Monday night. Tickets, $49.50 - $69.50. 881 7th Ave., Midtown.

Detroit duo Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., combine indie, folk and electronics with classic pop songwriting to create their own sonic signature. From 9 p.m. at the Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St., Lower East Side. $23.85

Sunday, November 16
Hip hop duo Atmosphere features the sounds of MC Sean “Slug” Daley and producer Anthony “Ant” Davis. They named their eighth studio album “Southsiders” as a tribute to their childhood neighborhood in Minneapolis. From 8 p.m. at Terminal 5, 610 West 56th St., Hell's Kitchen. $36.65

Monday, November 17
Wiz Khalifa makes his home at Webster Hall for two shows, Sunday and Monday night. Tickets are still available for Monday. Expect cuts from his fifth full-length album “Blacc Hollywood,” which features guest appearances from Nicki Minaj, Nas and Snoop Dogg. From 9 p.m. at Webster Hall, 125 East 11th Street, East Village. $39.50.

The New Pornographers unveil “Brill Bruisers,” the first release in four years for the indie supergroup starring Dan Bejar, Kathryn Calder, Neko Case, and AC Newman. On the new album, the band embraces, “a more electric version of itself — bulked-up in chrome-plated armor, firing on all cylinders, and ready to steamroll anything in its path.” (Pitchfork) Hammerstein Ballroom, 311 W. 34th St., Midtown. 8 p.m. $45.30

Tuesday, November 18
Brooklyn-based artist Lord Fascinator unveiled a new self-produced video this week for the single “Showin’ Off.” Catch Fascinator with indie rockers High Highs at Baby's All Right, 146 Broadway, Williamsburg. from 8 p.m. tonight.

Psych-garage rockers Thee Oh Sees play the Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St., Lower East Side. $23.85

Wednesday, November 19
TV On The Radio are back with new album “Seeds,” their first since 2011’s “Nine Types of Light.” Vocalist Tunde Adebimpe says: "We've been through a lot of stuff in the past few years that could have stopped the band cold; but I'm glad we got it together and took stock of the unique connection we have between each other because the record is, 1000 percent, without a doubt, the best thing we've ever done." To gain entry into this exclusive performance at Rough Trade NYC purchase the new album from the Rough Trade store starting 11 a.m. on Monday, November 17. 64 North 9th St., Williamsburg. 6:30 p.m.