The Details Cultural Agenda: Love Crimes, Ratatat, and Animal Collective
Love Crimes of Kabul tells the stories of inmates at Afghanistan's Badam Bagh Women's Prison serving time for adultery and premarital sex. Go behind the locked bars at 9 p.m. on HBO.
Crystal Antlers amp up the volume at the Echo in L.A., starting at 8:30 p.m. Cold Showers, Clorox Girls, and Pangea also hit the stage.
Animal Collective's psychedelic folk will have them tripping out in Brooklyn at the Prospect Park Bandshell at 6:30 p.m.
Cold Cave bring their electronic-pop beats to Brooklyn's Knitting Factory at 8 p.m. along with Cult of Youth and Zambri.
Ratatat invade the park with their high-intensity electronic rock at Central Park Summerstage at 5:30 p.m.
See a quarter of a century through the eyes of painters and photographers with the creatively curated exhibit "25 Years/25 Artists" at New York City's Julie Saul Gallery starting at 6 p.m.
The Tony Castles bring the funk at Chicago's Lincoln Hall along with Cibo Matto at 9 p.m.
DJ Teeth & Red Dawn II provide the high-energy beats at the "The Peripheterists" exhibit at New York City's apexart at 7 p.m.
Opening in limited release today, Errol Morris' new documentary Tabloid features masochistic Mormons and magic underwear.
After homeless stints in San Francisco and New York City, Devendra Banhart has found a home on stage. L.A.'s 55 Degree Wine puts a roof over his head tonight at 10 p.m.
Indie-rockers the Wooden Birds will come to the Rock Shop in Brooklyn at 8 p.m. along with Mascott and Backwords.
In Chicago, Twin Sister will have the crowd at Schubas swaying to their melodies tonight at 11 p.m.
British punk posters form a killer gallery opening reception for "Loud Flash" at L.A.'s Honor Fraser Gallery at 6 p.m.
OFF! will batter Chicago's Reggie's Rock Club with their percussion and bass booming off the walls at 7 p.m. along with Ratasucia.
—By Douglas Bair
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