The Brooklyn-based indie pop star tours his first studio album, “Where Polly People Go to Read,” which cloaks verbose pondering on Gen Z loneliness behind bouncy drum machine bedroom beats.
Whether it’s Diplo, Quavo, Swae Lee, or whichever hyper-relevant personality she decides to collaborate with, it’s clear that Madonna shows no signs of kicking back in her stardom. She’s still here to give a heck of a show. There are six dates, no excuses.
October 15-17, 21, 23-24
Described as the “Japanese Todd Rundgren” after his do-everything-yourself approach to the studio and eclectic influences, the Tokyo-grown underground cult star plays a rare handful of U.S. dates.
Kero Kero Bonito
The neon-clad group behind “Flamingo,” the 2014 viral hit that made seafood allergies danceable, continue to experiment with genre-pushing pop, and their live show promises more thoughtful quirk.
The indie mainstays tour their St. Vincent-produced “The Center Won’t Hold,” which tackles the perils of our modern world with tenacity and wit, never missing an opportunity to rock out.