The 10 Best Concerts in New York This Weekend, 7/4/14

Categories: Weekend

Credit: Neil Favila
Borgore hits Governors Island in celebration of his upcoming #NEWGOREORDER this Saturday
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Friday, 7/4:

Danny Tenaglia
10:00 p.m., $20
Danny Tenaglia takes it way back. His beats are basic and groovy in the way many old-school EDM fans yearn for - that syncopated, simple under-beat that drives the sound in the way the original house music did just a few decades ago. Now perhaps considered more tribal or progressive house, his techno roots are undeniable, and despite these labels, he is impressively willing to explore everything from minimalist sounds to full on house. A master and a classic, Danny Tenaglia will bring his audience back to some of dance music's roots and engulf them with a much-needed trip back in time where the beats are simple and the sound is honest. -- By Eleanor Lambert

Dances of Vice: 3rd annual Fourth of July Party
SRB Brooklyn
5:00 p.m., $10-$15
There's a nifty place where pompadours reign supreme, cheeseburgers are chased with a malt, and every band has a stand-up bass. It's called the Rockabilly Night Market, and it's local. Dances of Vice presents the 3rd annual Fourth of July party featuring new and vintage vendors, food trucks, live performances, and dancing. We can't think of a better way to salute the good ol' U.S. of A. than with this celebration of '50s Americana and trailer park glitz. Tatted-up rebels with and without causes can cruise their Cadillacs on over to the vintage car show while buxom Bettie Pages can pose in the pin-up photo booth. Cash O'Riley and Sean Coleman & The Quasars will get things rolling with some outlaw rock, followed by Bettina May and Raquel Reed's sultry burlesque. Arrive early for the hourlong open PBR bar! -- By Heather Baysa

Nautiluss + John Barera
Bossa Nova Civic Club
10:00 p.m., free
With releases on Tiga's Turbo and a recent appearance on Daniel Avery's Essential Mix, Canadian producer Nautiluss is slowly but surely gaining traction internationally with anthemic, rubbery house. He makes his debut at favored Brooklyn haunt Bossa Nova Civic Club alongside John Barera, an equally rising Bostonian DJ who is one half of production duo B-Tracks and the founder of Supply Records. -- By Aaron Gonsher

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