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

G Flip, Maria Lynn, Rum Gold @ Baby's All Right
Australia's Georgia Flipo has only released a couple of songs so far, but she proved to us at SXSW last year that she commands a whole arsenal of catchy pop. While she played a private show in NYC last year following her trip to SXSW, tonight's show at Baby's All Right with Maria Lynn and Rum Gold is her true NYC debut, and stop number one on her first ever headlining tour in the US.

Odetta Hartman @ Guadalupe Inn
Odetta Hartman updates the folk music of her Appalachian with loop pedals and glitchy electronics. Tonight is a "Dinner Party" with "free-flowing drinks, Mexican food, good company and live music ."

Butterboy Comedy @ Littlefield
Butterboy celebrates its one-years anniversary tonight with hosts Jo Firestone and Maeve Higgins, plus guests Jacqueline Novak, Janelle James, Joel Kim Booster, Violet Gray and "special guests" (NY Comedy Festival did just wrap up.)

The Poppy Fields (aka The Alarm) @ Mercury Lounge
Back in 2004, a band called The Poppy Fields scored a Top 30 UK hit with "45 RPM." It turned out The Poppy Fields were actually Welsh alt-rock vets The Alarm. Tonight The Poppy Fields play Mercury Lounge, but you'll probably get Alarm classics like "The Stand," "Marching On," and "Spirit of '76" too.

Pale Waves, Miya Folick, The Candescents @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
The 1975 proteges Pale Waves are currently on tour with alt-pop artist Miya Folick, whose debut album Premonitions is out now on Terrible Records and should appeal to anyone who likes the new Robyn album.

Ron Gallo, Ian Ferguson, TWEN @ Rough Trade
Garage rocker Ron Gallo is fresh off releasing his new album Stardust Birthday Party on New West Records, and he comes to NYC tonight with Nashville's TWEN, who are a good match.

Austin Lucas, Spinn @ Coney Island Baby
Austin Lucas has a punk and metal past, but he's spent the bulk of his recent career writing alt-country songs, and he's great at that too -- this year's Immortal Americans is very worth hearing. Having recently played NYC opening Face to Face's acoustic tour, he's back for a headlining show tonight.

Questlove (DJ) @ Invisible Phone Repair
Questlove DJs this free party at Verizon's pop-up that promotes their Visible service.

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