Here’s some art, film, music and other stuff happening in NYC so you can Have a Good Weekend. Drop your suggestions in the comments or to email@example.com.
FRIDAY 69° F NIGHT 50° F
New in theaters: Ida.
ANIMAL x Glad Tidings present: What Cheer? Brigade, Rev. Vince Anderson, The Love Supreme, Bueno at Brooklyn Night Bazaar. (7pm-1am, free, Brooklyn)
Berlin-based Danish sound artist Jacob Kirkegaard presents ISFALD, a recent immersive solo soundwork. The piece features the sounds of ice, recorded with underwater microphones at the Ilulissat icefjord and with vibration sensors at the melting glaciers of Kangerlussuaq, Greenland in June 2013. At Issue Project Room. (8pm, free, $10 suggested donation, Brooklyn)
Clark, Octo Octa, and Slava at Glasslands. (11:30pm, $15, Brooklyn)
SATURDAY 67° F NIGHT 51° F
Deerhoof at Le Poisson Rouge. (6pm, $18, Manhattan)
On one hand, the animal of Anya, on the other hand, the representations. On one hand, misunderstanding of the self on the largest scale, on the other, the mechanisms of “instinct” which ironically seem insensible when authentically embodied. Anya Liftig’s Twin High Maintenance Machines, a one-night-only performance at the Panoply Performance Laboratory. (7pm, suggested donation $5-$10, Brooklyn.)
ANIMAL x Glad Tidings present: Pictureplane, Lodro, Ought (NY Record Release Show), Truthers, Bodyparts at Brooklyn Night Bazaar. (8pm, free, Brooklyn) After-party: Pitchfork Does Alaska.
Swearin’, Radiator Hospital, LVL UP at Silent Barn. (8pm, Brooklyn)
Unstoppable Death Machines and Low Fat Getting High at Shea Stadium. (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)
Juan MacLean and Nancy Whang DJ sets at Brooklyn Bowl. (11:30pm, $10, Brooklyn)
Truss aka MPIA3, Prostitutes, Mondkopf at Baby’s Alright. (11:59pm, $12-15, Brooklyn)
SUNDAY 65° F NIGHT 47° F
So So Glos, Juan Wauters, and a Patrick Stickles DJ set at Shea Stadium. (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)
Weekend and Cities Aviv at Glasslands. (8pm, $12, Brooklyn)
Bladerunner (John Zorn, Bill Laswell, and Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo) at Le Poisson Rouge. (7pm, $35, Manhattan)
A weird cross between Carax’s Pola X, Zulawski’s Possession and Polanski’s Chinatown, IODO gives claim to frenzy as an aesthetic ideal. In Korean with English subtitles. At the Spectacle. (7:30pm, $5, Brooklyn)
(Lead image: Anya Liftig)