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Tips for Today: Tame Impala in NYC + Female Filmmakers Night in Chicago + Kevin Nealon in L.A. + Santigold in London


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From what we've heard of Australian psychedelic four-piece Tame Impala's forthcoming record Lonerism, their follow up to 2010's Innerspeaker is gonna be a doozie. Though the album's not out till October, catch a sneak peek of what's to come as they play Music Hall of Williamsburg tonight. [Oh My Rockness]

Nicolas Roeg's 1973 macabre masterpiece Don't Look Now screens tonight at 92YTribeca, featuring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie as a grieving couple relocating to Venice after the death of their daughter, only to get caught up in the rampage of a vicious killer. Red rain slickers have never been so scary. [Flavorpill]

Former front man of Elefant, Diego Garcia will be exploring his Latin roots and playing through tracks from his 2011 album Laura in a intimate performance at Joe's Pub. [Flavorpill]

At the height of Olympic fever, take a break from being glued to NBC and catch "The Post Olympic City," the opening of a works-in progress by Gary Hustwit and Jon Pack presented at Storefront for Art and Architecture. The show, a mix of photography and archive material, is a reflection on former cites of the Olympic Games, concentrating on what happens after the athletes have packed up and headed home. If you're worried about missing the current games, don't fret, they will be screened at the event. [Art Cat]

KevinNealon_3356329_UN_011.jpg Los Angeles

Following Sunday's premiere of his Showtime stand-up special "Kevin Nealon: Whelmed But Not Overly," the former SNL-er and Weeds star tries out new material at the Laugh Factory. [L.A. Weekly]

Californa songstress Jesca Hoop, who has gained notoriety rubbing elbows with the likes of Tom Waits and Peter Gabriel, will be playing selects from her upcoming album "The House That Jack Built" with special guest Jesse Harris at Largo at the Coronet this evening. [Flavorpill]

A sampling of worldly electro-pop will be served by Colombian "Electro Tropical" quartet Bomba Estereo and LA collective Fool's Gold's energetic African styled pop at The Observatory. [Oh My Rockness]


Female Filmmakers Night, presented as part of the Midwest Independent Film Festival, is showcasing eight films from the finest ladies of Middle America. Among the films screening tonight is the Oscar nominated HBO doc The Last Truck: Closing of a GM Plant, with three time Oscar nominee and co-director, Julia Reichert, attending. [Flavorpill]
Shirley Manson-fronted rockers Garbage are on tour, supporting their first album in seven years, "Not Your Kind of People." [Chicago Reader]


Converse Represent are throwing quite the free show with an all-star, style-crossing lineup at the 100 Club. On the docket? BK's Santigold, Django Django, Best Coast, Citizens! and Friends. [Time Out

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