Musically Speaking: The Concerts and Events You Should Be Enjoying This Week

MONDAY, MARCH 3.  

Oberhofer, Big Ups, Celestial Shore
Baby’s All Right, 7:45pm, $10-12

Broods
Mercury Lounge, 6:30pm, $10

TUESDAY, MARCH 4.

Doomsquad
Cake Shop, 9pm, $tba

Cheatahs, Eternal Summers, Little Racer
Baby’s All Right, 8:30pm, $10

Wild Beasts, The Range
Music Hall Of Williamsburg, 8pm, $22

Paul Simon and Sting
Madison Square Garden, 8pm, $50-255

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5.

Heartbeat NYC: An evening of Music and Transformation
Le Poisson Rouge, 7pm, $10

Lou Reed Birthday Tribute
The Way Station, 8pm, Free

The Armory Party
MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, 8p, $150

THURSDAY, MARCH 6.

Cults
Music Hall Of Williamsburg, 8pm, free with RSVP

Tensnake, Juan Maclean
Output, 10pm, $20-25

FRIDAY, MARCH 7.

The Mary Onettes, Heavenly Beat
Glasslands, 8pm, $12

Broken Bells, Au Revoir Simone
Webster Hall, 7pm, $39.50

SATURDAY, MARCH 8.

Ejecta, Nicholas Nicholas
Glasslands, 8pm, $10

SUNDAY, MARCH 9.

Drowners, Stuckey and Murray
Brooklyn Bowl, 11:30am, $11

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