Glitch Mob, Twangfest and Clownvis Presley Lead This Week's New Show Announcements


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Huzzahs all around for dub fans and dance music devotees -- the Glitch Mob returns! Plus: Israeli grime slinger Borgore. It's been a minute since we heard from Clownvis Presley, but the STL ex-pat will stomp through one of his old haunts, Off Broadway, on July 1. Meryl Streep's son is apparently a singer-songwriter and has a vaguely literary name: Henry Wolfe brings his folk storm to Off Broadway May 25. And Twangfest turns 15 in June with Hayes Carll, Jill Andrews and Steve Wynn.

2720 Cherokee Street Beats Antique, May 5 Borgore, June 13 The Glitch Mob, July 4 The Ragbirds, May 12 Skism, June 27

Apop Records Cacaw, June 29 Neon Blud, July 27

Blueberry Hill Kelly Willis and Bruce Robinson, Jill Andrews, June 9 Led Zeppelin 2: The Live Experience, June 17 Robbie Fulks, June 10 Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, July 20 Steve Wynn and the Miracle 3, June 11

faceCicero's Andre and the Giants, May 26 Details Details, June 8 Eyes Around, May 21 Giant Radio, June 6 Luke Mitchem, June 1 Nash Smith and Ganges, June 15 Ross Christopher, June 3 Stereo Deluxe, June 2

Crack Fox Antique Scream, May 12 Black Jet Radio, May 16 Delilah and the Lost Boys, July 30 Shaky DeVille, May 5

Europe Nightclub Deathface, May 14 DJ Dara, May 6 Matty G, April 29

The Firebird Free Energy, July 20 Kylesa, June 1 Marnie Stern, July 6 Nicole Atkins and the Black Sea, June 30 She Wants Revenge, June 7

Focal Point Ellie and Leela, May 14 Lyal Strickland, May 20 Michael Silverman Classical Jazz Quartet, June 17 Robin and Linda Williams and Their Fine Group, June 12 Switchback, June 4

Off Broadway The Clownvis Presley Show, July 1 Colourmusic, July 30 Henry Wolfe, May 25 Holcombe Walker, June 29 John D. Hale, June 4 The Winter's Bone Tour, July 30

Old Rock House
Ivan and Alyosha, June 14 Lee DeWyze, June 20

The Pageant Hayes Carll, June 8 Matisyahu, July 9

Pop's Underoath, July 16

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