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Bonnaroo 2018 - Friday
Tyler Childers at Bonnaroo 2018 (more by Kate Cauthen)

You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight’s shows, but here are some highlights…

Tyler Childers, Liz Cooper and the Stampede @ Brooklyn Steel
Country singer Tyler Childers released his great, more psychedelic new album Country Squire this year. He’s gearing up to go on a massive arena tour opening for his collaborator Sturgill Simpson next year, but first he’s doing a headlining run that hits Brooklyn Steel for two sold-out shows this weekend. This is night two.

Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties, Petal, Koji @ House of Independents
Wonder Years singer Dan Campbell’s folky side project Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties performed their 2019 album Routine Maintenance in full for the first time ever at this Asbury Park venue last night, and they do it again. Good openers too.

Turnover, Men I Trust, Renata Zeiguer @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
This very appealing dream pop triple bill wraps up its three-night NYC-area stay tonight.

Curl Up and Die, Caravels @ Saint Vitus
Las Vegas mathcore vets Curl Up and Die finally reunited this year, and this weekend they play their first NYC shows since they returned. Tonight has local support from Wreath of Tongues, while tomorrow will be with another great reunited Nevada band, Caravels.

Sick of It All, Agnostic Front, Dead Blow Hammer @ The Kingsland
Two veteran NYHC bands, Agnostic Front and Sick Of It All, are playing small venues in four of the five boroughs this week. This is the final night, in Brooklyn.

Laura Stevenson, Adult Mom @ WFMU Monty Hall
Fresh off releasing her Neil Young covers EP with Jeff Rosenstock, punk singer/songwriter Laura Stevenson hits Jersey City tonight with Adult Mom.

Fred Armisen @ Asbury Lanes
Fred combines his two loves into this night of “Comedy for Musicians but Everyone is Welcome.”

Delicate Steve, Dirty Fences, Ackerman @ Brooklyn Bowl
Guitar master Delicate Steve host the third annual Christmas Steve Celebration with special guest Dirty Fences and probably other fun surprises.

Roomful of Teeth, Caroline Shaw @ Guggenheim Museum
Eight-voice ensemble Roomful of Teeth join the three percussionists of Tigue perform as part of the Guggenheim’s annual annual Rotunda Holiday Concert. It happens Monday, too.

Eliot Glazer’s Haunting Renditions @ Littlefield
Eliot Glazer (fictional and real-life brother of Broad City‘s Ilana Glazer) will once again host his “Holiday Haunting Renditions” show, featuring melodramatic versions of popular yuletide classics, plus Isaac Mizrahi.

Deep Space Reunion, Francois K @ Public Records
For over a decade DJ François K. hosted legendary party Deep Space, first at Ceilo and then Output, both of which are now gone. “We feel it’s important for all of us Deep Space heads to resume our adventurous journey together,” says Francois K. “I’m so very much looking forward to playing an extended six-hour Deep Space set all night long…We’ve been missing our music family, and can’t wait to reconnect dancing through those dubby sounds.”

Homeshake (solo) @ The Dance
Canadian band Homeshake played Baby’s All Right’s 6th Birthday on Friday, and now main man Peter Sagar plays solo tonight.

J.R. Bohannon, Sondra Sun-Odeon @ The Sultan Room
Guitarist J.R. Bohannon creates textural, ambient soundscapes with his instrument, as heard on his new album, Dusk. He also plays on Sondra Sun-Odeon’s excellent new album, Desyre, so expect him to be onstage most of the evening at this double release party.

You can also find quality entertainment on almost any night of the week at: Barbès bar and performance space in Park Slope, LunÀtico in Bed Stuy, Nublu in the East Village, Blue Note jazz club in the West Village, The Stone in multiple locations, Comedy Cellar in the West Village, and Q.E.D. comedy club in Astoria.

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

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