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What’s going on Monday? (Holly Golightly, Autre Ne Veut, Ty Dolla $ign, ‘The Hum,’ Marnie the Dog & more)

photo: Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs @ Mercury Lounge, 2011 (more by David Andrako)
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You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…

Holly Gollightly & The Brokeoffs, Party Lights @ Knitting Factory
Onetime Thee Headcoatees member and prolific artist in her own right Holly Golightly is having an especially busy year, having released two albums in the second half of 2015. Tonight’s show is with The Brokeoffs (aka her multi-instrumentalist husband Lawyer Dave).

Marnie the Dog’s Book Release / 13th Birthday Party w/ Frankie Cosmos (Greta Kline DJ Set), Josh Burgess (of Yumi Zouma – DJ Set), Patrick Wimberly (of Chairlift – DJ Set), Hot Sugar @ Baby’s All Right
Our old pal Marnie, who hosted a show for us at Baby’s All Right, is now one of the most popular pets on the internet. She celebrates the release of her new photo book, as well as her 13th birthday, tonight. $5 entrance goes to ASPCA.

Autre Ne Veut, Gems, Mazed @ Bowery Ballroom
Autre Ne Veut continues to push the boundaries of R&B on his highly emotional new album, Age of Transparency. It’s good stuff.

Ty Dolla $ign, Skizzy Mars @ Highline Ballroom
Buzzy pop rapper Ty Dolla $ign is still a few weeks away from releasing his anticipated album Free TC, but he’s slowly been revealing music from it. Maybe we’ll hear more tonight.

“The Hum” w/ Kaki King, Kiran Gandhi, Rachael Price (of Lake Street Dive), Katie Von Schlieicher, Jeanann Dara, Rose Blanshei, Bridget Kearney, Alisha Roney, Amy Leon @ Manhattan Inn
The series of free (with a suggested $5-10 donation) shows known as The Hum continues at Manhattan Inn tonight. The series brings together different artists for unique collaborations, and tonight’s lineup looks pretty promising.

Everclear @ BB King’s
Everclear may continue to get lamer and lamer, with Art Alexakis leading an entirely different band than the one who made their ’90s albums, but 1995’s scuffed-up Sparkle & Fade remains one of the better albums of major-label post-grunge. You still might not want to see the present-day version of the band, but they’re playing that album in full tonight.

Night Train w/ David Cross @ Littlefield
David Cross fills in once again for Night Train host Wyatt Cenac and welcomes comics Marcella Arguello, Crystian Ramirez, Bryan Cook, and Eric Neumann.

Chris Gethard, Jo Firestone @ Union Hall
It’s another night of Chris Gethard’s Career Suicide shows, for which he promises “an hour of stand up focusing on suicide, alcoholism, and all the other funniest parts of life.” Tonight’s show also has a set from ‘Punderdome 3000′ host Jo Firestone.

For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.

For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.

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