APTBS @ MHOW (more by Chris La Putt)

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

Weezer @ Bowery Ballroom
Weezer are playing their new album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, front to back. Hopefully they'll throw in a few oldies in the end. Sold out.

A Place to Bury Strangers, Broken Water, Gold Dime, White Suns @ Death by Audio
Oliver Ackerman owns the Death by Audio pedal shop in the back of DbA, so A Place to Bury Strangers are probably the closest to a house band that the venue has. With DbA closing next month, this will be a blowout. Wear earplugs.

Temples, The Districts, Spires @ Irving Plaza
UK psych band Temples bring a pop sensibility to '60s and '70s styles. They're swinging through NYC one more time this year, with Brooklyn kindred spirits Spires on the bill too.

Prima Primo, The New Lines, Winkie, Sansyou @ The Rock Shop
This Halloween show is with DC band Sansyou and locals The New Lines who just released a collaborative single. The show also features gothy group Winkie, and electro duo Prima Primo.

Pallbearer, Tombs, Vattnet Viskar @ Saint Vitus
Doom masters Pallbearer released Foundations of Burden, their second album that's heavy with melancholic leads, redwood-thick riffs, and sorrowful singing. This is the first of two sold-out shows as part of their tour with Tombs and Vattnet Viskar.

Tits of Clay @ Mercury Lounge
It was a year ago today that Lou Reed died and in tribute tonight, Tits of Clay (aka the Angry Inch in the Broadway version of Hedwig) will perform Reed's classic Transformer in full.

Laura Cantrell, Jennifer O'Connor @ Rough Trade
Laura Cantrell's released her new album, No Way There From Here earlier this year. Tonight's show also features an opening set from the equally talented O'Connor.

Sinead O'Connor @ City Winery
The Irish singer released, I'm Not Bossy, I'm the Boss, earlier this year and begins her three-night run at City Winery this evening.

SBTRKT, GoldLink @ Terminal 5
SBTRKT's new album doesn't have as many bangers as his last, but hopefully he'll still get the place moving tonight. His second straight night at T5.

The Allman Brothers Band @ Beacon Theatre
The current lineup of The Allman Brothers Band has had a very long and impressive run, but sadly the band has chosen to retire at the end of this month. They'll go out with a bang though, with six shows in eight nights at the Beacon. Two left including tonight. Sold out.

Night Train w/ Wyatt Cenac @ Littlefield
Littlefield's weekly comedy show tonight features John Early, Vladimir Caamano, and other special guests along with host Wyatt Cenac.

Tesla Boy (DJ Set), Doprah, Bad // Dreems, Guest DJ: Ryland Blackinton, Resident DJ: John McSwain @ Brooklyn Bowl
Tonight's edition of the It's A School Night series features some of the artists still here from CMJ, including New Zealanders Doprah and Aussie band Bad//Dreems. Free with RSVP.

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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