TV on the Radio, Broken Social Scene, Chancellor Warhol, John Hiatt, BRAIDS and More: Inside This Week's Music Section


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If It Ain’t Broke, Keep Touring: TV on the Radio and Broken Social Scene helped shape the face of modern indie rock. So where does that leave them now? (Playing Wednesday, 14th at The Ryman)

The Factory: With his brand-new The Silver Factory, local hip-hop artist Chancellor Warhol aims high and blurs genre lines (Listening party Tuesday, 8th at HA Factory; album release show Tuesday, 13th at Mercy Lounge)

Voicing Concerns: John Hiatt's 20th studio record finds him examining a world gone crazy (Playing Saturday, 10th at The Ryman)

Heaven or Montreal: The stray kids are all right on BRAIDS’ evocative, evaporative Native Speaker (Playing Monday, 12th at The End)

In The Spin: Of Montreal at Mercy Lounge

Plus Critics’ Picks on Jasmin Kaset, Girls & Boys Nashville at Cannery, Boo Boo Bunny’s 15th Anniversary Show, Liturgy, Loudon Wainwright III, Hunx and His Punx, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals with Carolina Chocolate Drops, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Journey with Foreigner and Night Ranger, Kenny Vaughan and more


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