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Week ahead: Wavves crash on Washington; Roots finally drop new album; Eminem and Jay-Z to duet

nathan williams Nathan Williams of Wavves returns to the Rock & Roll Hotel on Friday. (Richard A. Lipski/TWP)

By Chris Richards

In concert: Tis a busy one! Goldfrapp brings the roller skate jams to the 9:30 club tonight before the New Pornographers invade the club for a two night stand on Tuesday and Wednesday. Also on Tuesday, local rapper Tabi Bonney celebrates the release of his new mixtape with an in-store gig at Commonwealth. Wednesday offers copious rock: Silversun Pickups and Against Me! bring the proverbial noise to DAR Constitution Hall, about-to-break-up indie troupe Voxtrot says farewell at the Black Cat and hyped-up newbies Beach Fossils bring mellow vibes to DC9. On Thursday, Saharan guitar maestros Tinariwen hit the 9:30 club. And on Friday, Malitz and I will be crowd-surfing to Wavves and Cloud Nothings at Rock & Roll Hotel.

In stores: Artists with new albums that drop tomorrow listed in the order which we'd like to hear them (had we not already heard them): The Roots, Sia, Herbie Hancock, Eminem and Miley Cyrus. (Four out of five will be reviewed tomorrow on Click Track.)

On TV: Tonight, you'll want to tune in to Jimmy Kimmel for a performance by country crooner Dierks Bentley. On Tuesday, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue swing by Letterman. Drake visits Leno on Wednesday and Kimmel on Thursday. And on Friday, one for the could-be-awesome-could-be-sad file: Jay-Z and Eminem duet on Letterman.

By Chris Richards  |  June 21, 2010; 4:30 PM ET
Categories:  Future days  | Tags: Dierks Bentley, Drake, Eminem, Goldfrapp, New Pornographers, Silversun Pickups, Tabi Bonney, The Roots, Wavves  
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