photo: Juliana Hatfield @ The Bell House in 2011 (more by Graeme Flegenheimer)

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

The Juliana Hatfield Three, Potty Mouth @ Bowery Ballroom
While the former Blake Babies singer has put out records consistently over the last 25 years, this year she regrouped Modern Rock hitmakers The Juliana Hatfield Three for their first album since 1993's Become What You Are. That Clinton-era album, with Alternative Nation faves "My Sister" and "Spin the Bottle," will be played in full tonight. Newer band Potty Mouth open, and probably owe a thing or two to Hatfield.

A$AP Nast, A$AP Twelvyy, Grzlxmode, GI Dara @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar
DXC/Dunkxchange is presenting this show, and they'll have the option to buy, sell and trade sneakers and apparel at the venue. They'll also have live sets from two A$AP Mob members. Will any of Nast and Twelvyy's famous friends join them too?

The Ukiah Drag, Uniform, Cheena, Honey @ The Acheron
This bill is great all around with trippy New England punks The Ukiah Drag, ex-The Men/Drunkdriver noise duo Uniform, NYC punk "supergroup" Cheena (Pharmakon plus members of Crazy Spirit, Dawn of Humans, L.O.T.I.O.N., and Hank Wood & The Hammerheads), and heavy psych trio Honey.

Corners, Roya, Twist, DJ Alix Brown @ Baby's All Right
California band Corners make gothy post-punk and headline tonight, but the whole bill is pretty good, with Toronto's Mazzy Star-ish duo Twist, and Brooklyn's Roya which has members of Habibi, The Clean and Grooms.

PARTYNEXTDOOR is everywhere lately. He's all over the excellent new Drake mixtape, he's been working frequently with Travi$ Scott, and he shows up on the new Big Sean album too. Perhaps not surprisingly, tonight's show is sold out.

"Drum Machine Circle" ft. Greg Fox & more @ Shea Stadium
Greg Fox is heading out on tour soon with his band Liturgy, but first he's got a few solo shows in his hometown. This one has him performing with a "drum machine circle" that also features Wilted Women, Mike Sheffield, Darren Ho, Megan Moncrief, Beto Cravioto, and Paul Wheeler.

Murder By Death, O'Death @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Long-running alt-country/indie rock band Murder By Death released their seventh album, Big Dark Love, earlier this month, and tonight their tour hits NYC for its second of two shows here this weekend. Opening both nights is the raw creepy folk of O'Death.

The Nihilstics, The High & The Mighty, Altercation @ Grand Victory
There's a new NYHC book out, and tonight's show is in celebration of that with three veteran bands.

Demetri Martin @ Wellmont Theatre
Master of witty deadpan one-liners Demetri Martin has been through the NYC-area a fair amount of times lately. He played the city proper last night, and tonight he's nearby in Montclair, NJ.

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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