Mann v. Ford, a documentary following the Ramapough Mountain Indians' battle for justice against Ford's pollution on their New Jersey land airs at 9 p.m. on HBO.
The veteran indie band Blonde Redhead (even their name exudes psychedelic undertones) come to Chicago's Millennium Park at 6:30 p.m. My Gold Mask also performs.
William Elliot Whitmore brings his blues and banjo to New York City's Mercury Lounge at 7 p.m.
ExitMusic and Phone Home take the stage at New York City's Pianos at 8 p.m.
Miami's Torche make the trip to New York's Music Hall of Williamsburg at 8 p.m. as Big Business and Helms Alee also join the rowdy lineup.
Grand Openings kicks off its 13-day performance, "Return of the Blogs," at New York's MoMA as it makes sense of coexisting amid chaos.
Just two days after his debut album hits stores, Theophilus London will bring his smart, fun club tracks to Manhattan's Bowery Ballroom at 8 p.m.
Soothing soprano Marissa Nadler will have the crowd at Chicago's Schubas swaying to her soft lyrics along with Timber Timbre and Faces on Film at 8 p.m.
Tatiana de Rosnay's New York Times best seller, Sarah's Key, brings the Holocaust story about the Vél' d'Hiv' Roundup in Paris to theaters with today's limited U.S. release.
Bring your tank top. Hipster fave Death From Above 1979 have regrouped and are performing at the Williamsburg Waterfront tonight with the Drums.
It may have a sci-fi premise, but Brit Marling's—Another Earth—is more about love and loss than it is about strange planets.
Garage rockers Tijuana Panthers and Ty Segall rage at L.A.'s Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock, at 8 p.m.
The fiercest folk band of our time, Bon Iver, will rouse the Chicago Theatre with the Rosebuds at 7 p.m.
San Fran's Thee Oh Sees bring their lo-fi melodies to Chicago's Empty Bottle at 10 p.m.
Abel Baker Gutierrez takes us "Swimming" with his opening at L.A's Luis De Jesus gallery at 5 p.m.
Denmark's iceage keep it cool with their punk-rock sets along with Cult of Youth at L.A.'s The Echo at 10 p.m.
Mister Melt bring their mellow, chill beats to New York's Cake Shop at 8 p.m.
—By Douglas Bair