New shows: Deafheaven, Thurston Moore Band, and more

The week’s best Madison show announcements.


Deafheaven. Photo by Kristen Coffer.

Deafheaven. Photo by Kristen Coffer.

Former Sonic Youth guitarist and serial experimenter/collaborator Thurston Moore and his band has been added as the new headliner of the September 11 show at the High Noon Saloon. Previously announced headliner Mikal Cronin and openers The Cairo Gang are still on the bill. Tickets/info

Psych- and shoegaze-slathered metal outfit Deafheaven will play October 29 at the High Noon, on the heels of their forthcoming third album, New Bermuda. Swedish death-metal outfit Tribulation will open. Tickets/info

Part of the UW Cinematheque‘s fall 2015 calendar has been announced, namely the program’s customary run of Sunday screenings at the Chazen Museum of Art. Those screenings begin September 6 with Stanley Kubrick’s brilliant nuclear-war satire Dr. Strangelove; other highlights include Brian DePalma’s bizarro Phantom Of The Opera adaptation Phantom Of The Paradise (October 18), Nicholas Ray’s 1952 drama The Lusty Men(November 1), and the 1951 thriller The Prowler (December 6). The rest of the fall calendar should be out by August 17, the Ctek folks tell us. Info

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