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

SOB X RBE @ Rough Trade
West Coast rap group SOB x RBE are one of the most exciting new rap groups around, and this year's Gangin is a fantastic mix of modern-day sounds and nostalgic ones. This is their first NYC show since its release.

CHVRCHES, The Range @ Elsewhere
Scottish synthpop act CHVRCHES play this intimate (for them these days) show ahead of the release of their new album, Love is Dead, this week.

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Cool Maritime, special guests @ National Sawdust
Before she tours with Grizzly Bear and Spoon later this year, ambient pop artist Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith plays a headlining NYC show tonight billed as "Double Set – Special Premiere of Electronics Series Vol. 1: Abstractions + The Kid."

Robyn (in conversation), Kindness (moderator) @ MoMA
In this conversation as part of the Red Bull Music Festival, Robyn talks with artist and friend Kindness, about her career that went from commercial pop to more adventurous sounds and where she's headed next.

Mike Birbiglia, Jacqueline Novak, Chris Laker, Gary Richardson @ Union Hall
Mike Birbiglia is arguably the king of the comedic storytelling format, preferring personal anecdotes to observational comedy at every turn. He’s touring his latest special, “The New One,” around the country this spring, but before that, he’s passing the proverbial storytelling baton to two very deserving comedians, Jacqueline Novak and Chris Laker, at this storytelling showcase

Butterboy with Jo, Aparna and Maeve @ Littlefield
Tonight's Butterboy guest comedians are Daily Show creator Lizz Winstead, plus Rojo Perez, Sam Evans, Sharon Spell, Roy Wood Jr, Srilatha Rajamani, and more.

If you love standup but hate two drink minimums The Stand is a great option and tonight's lineup is pretty great.

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