Happening Today: Sheer Agony at Cake Shop, Bonesetter at the Clemente, Art Openings Galore

Sheer Agony/Cake Shop.
Sheer Agony/Cake Shop.
Sheer Agony/Cake Shop.

Montreal band Sheer Agony plays Cake Shop tonight at 8:30. $10. Ticket info here. As Brooklyn Vegan put it, “Their sound is is almost entirely out of step with what is currently going on in the musical zeitgeist…which is probably exactly where they want to be.”

This evening from 7-11, there’s a reading and fundraiser at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center for “Bonesetter: A Tragislasher.” It’s a new work by the Clemente’s 2016 Writer-in-Residence Annette Storckman. Here’s the Facebook invite.

Tonight the Ashok Jain Gallery is celebrating its 36th anniversary with an opening reception for a large group show. 6-8 p.m., 58 Hester St.

Tonight from 6-8 p.m., Lyles & King will have an opening reception for a new show by Dana DeGiulio & Molly Zuckerman-Hartung. 106 Forsyth St.

Tomorrow night from 6-9, Feuer/Mesler hosts and opening reception for “My Metropolitan,” an exhibition of new work by Ry Rocklen. At the same time, there will be an opening for a new show by painter Jane Corrigan. 319 Grand St. (the Pink Building), 2nd floor.

Tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m., Spectrum will host a performance by pianist Mick Rossi.His quartet also features Erik Friedlander, CJ Camerieri and Jeff Davis. 121 Ludlow St., 2nd floor.

You have been warned! Sunday afternoon it’s the annual “No Pants Subway Ride.” One of the meeting spots is Sara D. Roosevelt Park at East Houston Street. The after party is at Webster Hall.

Sunday from 4-7 p.m., the Mark Straus Gallery opens two new shows, featuring the works of Paul Pretzer and Jong Oh. 299 Grand St.

Sunday from 6-8, 11R (formerly known as 11 Rivington) opens a new exhibition from painter Moira Dryer. 195 Chrystie St.