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

Ty Segall, White Fence, Axis:sovA @ Warsaw
Ty Segall and White Fence have made two albums together over the last few years and are teaming up for this collaborative tour where they'll all be on stage together while taking turns in the spotlight.

The Beths, Bad Bad Hats, Bad Moves @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
New Zealand’s The Beths, whose terrific album Future Me Hates Me was one of 2017's best indie rock debuts, full of crunchy power-pop indie rock. They're terrific live and if you're going tonight get there early for Bad Moves.

Alex Cameron, Roy Molloy, Lola Kirke @ The Bell House
Alex Cameron and saxophonist/business partner Roy Molloy take it back to the old days of touring in a car as just a duo on their current trek, which is all you really need with the charisma of these two.

King Nine, Regulate, Ekulu, Reaction @ Gold Sounds
Gold Sounds hosts an all-around killer hardcore show, headlined by King Nine who recently dropped their new record Death Rattle. Get there early 'cause this one's gonna be a rager from start to finish.

Dark Blue, Writhing Squares, Dark Thoughts, Big City @ Saint Vitus
Philly post-punks Dark Blue (who share members with Ceremony, Paint It Black, and more) released their new album Victory Is Rated on 12XU last week, and they're celebrating with this release show.

Mike Doughty (performs Soul Coughing's Ruby Vroom), Wheatus @ Bowery Ballroom
Mike Doughty celebrates the 25th anniversary of his old band Soul Coughing's debut album Ruby Vroom, and for added '90s run opening are Wheatus of "Teenage Dirtbag" fame.

JG Thirlwell Ensemble @ National Sawdust
Foetus founder JG Thirlwell will play classic from his catalogue and new songs he’s composed with Simon Hanes of Tredici Bacci and his ensemble tonight includes players on harp, viola, piano, acoustic guitar and voice.

Oscar Isaac @ The Appel Room
You may just know Oscar Isaac as an actor from such films as Ex Machina, Inside Llewellyn Davis and all those new Star Wars movies, but he used  to play lead guitar and sing in his own band, the Blinking Underdogs. Tonight he plays as part of LIncoln Center's American Songbook series.

Cheap Trick @ The Wellmont Theatre
Cheap Trick brought style, a quirky sense of humor, and and a glammy pop sensibility to rock at a time when it desperately needed all those things. We need it now, too.

Vundabar, Sidney Gish, Indigo De Souza @ Elsewhere
Energetic indie rockers Vundabar are back out on the road, and if you're going tonight, it's worth getting there early for rising artist Sidney Gish too.

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