The Details Cultural Agenda: Iggy and the Stooges, Soundsuits, and Gwyneth Paltrow Dies

Details-approved concerts, movies, art openings, and events coming at you in the next six days.


Call it new-new wave, Alt 'n Blues, indie soul-pop. The sounds coming from Twin Shadow these days are hard to classify, but they're sure nice to listen to, and you can catch them tonight at Maxwell's in New Jersey.

Who says a 16-year-old band can't play the most youthful music you've heard all summer? See Les Savy Fav at Music Hall of Williamsburg tonight.


Sit back with the Soft Pack and their dueling punk guitars at L.A.'s Detroit Bar.

Soak in the ghostlike and fantastical images of painter Christian Curiel at his exhibit "No Hay Olvido/ There's No Forgetting" at New York's Hendershot Gallery.

People talk about being punk before punk was cool, but only Iggy and the Stooges were punk before punk existed. Catch them L.A.'s Hollywood Palladium.


Nick Cave (the artist, not the singer) presents his famous "soundsuits" at his "Ever-After" exhibit at the Jack Shainman Gallery, opening today in Manhattan.

Zone out at New York's Glasslands with the swirling rhythms of Ducktails and the electro hype of Greatest Hits, where they'll be performing with Family Portrait and Future Shuttle.

After a hiatus and the death of bassist Gerard Smith in April, TV on the Radio will be playing their hearts out with Broken Social Scene at Brooklyn's Williamsburg Waterfront tonight.


Getting close to their 15th year in the business, Motion City Soundtrack is still bringing the heat, this time at Manhattan's Irving Plaza.

Marion Cotillard, Matt Damon, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Kate Winslet suffer through a modern-day Black Plague in Steven Soderbergh's Contagion.


Two days, twelve artists, one hell of a time. Hit Chicago's A.V. Fest to see bands like Tokyo Police Club, the Thermals, Archers of Loaf, and many, many more.

When we caught up with London's Jim Jones Revue, it was clear that these rockers had heavy style, heavier music, and the heaviest hair cream. See them tonight at New York's Music Hall of Williamsburg.

L.A.'s Superhumanoids will be playing on their home turf at the Bootleg Bar, where they'll be performing from their new EP, Parasite Paradise.


Bachelorette and Erika Spring, two swooning, synth-heavy acts, play New York's Rock Shop.

The Hollywood Bowl is bringing in a trifecta of indie-rock big leaguers with The National, Neko Case and Sharon Van Etten all in one night.

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