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, andPangea 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