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

Built To Spill, Prism, The Warm Hair @ Webster Hall
Built to Spill's classic LP Keep It Like a Secret remains one of '90s indie rock's crowning achievements, and the band plays their first of two shows at Webster Hall (and first of four NYC shows overall), where they'll perform the album in its entirety, in honor of its 20th anniversary.

Aldous Harding, Tiny Ruins @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Aldous Harding put out one of 2019's finest albums, the utterly transfixing Designer, and she's equally magnetic live. Not to be missed.

Debbie Harry @ Town Hall
Blondie's Debbie Harry is releasing her memoir Face It on October 1, and ahead of the book's release, she'll discuss it with bandmate Chris Stein, and artist/director Rob Roth.

Evoken, Hell, Mizmor @ Saint Vitus Bar
NJ funeral doom vets Evoken headline this show, and if that wasn't exciting enough on its own, it's also the NYC stop of the Mizmor/Hell tour. Mizmor (aka A.L.N.) recently released his acclaimed new album Cairn, and he goes way back with Hell. Mizmor and Hell have a 2014 split together and A.L.N. has played as a member of Hell (and maybe will tonight).

David Cross @ Union Hall
David Cross tested out the stand-up material that became the 2018 Oh Come On tour at a bunch of shows he called “Shootin’ the Shit, Seein’ What Sticks” that mostly happened at Brooklyn’s Union Hall. He’s shooting the shit again with another series of shows.

Butterboy Comedy @ Littlefield
Jo Firestone, Aparna Nancherla and Maeve Higgins are all in the house for tonight’s Butterboy, and this week’s guests include Marcella Arguello (HBO's 2 Dope Queens), Giulia Rozzi (Comedy Central's This Is Not Happening), Will Miles (Comedy Central's The New Negroes), Matt Braunger (Conan, @Midnight), Fareeha Khan (MTV's Decoded), and Rachel Kaly (Clickhole, Second City)

Alexandra Streliski @ (le) poisson rouge
Canadian neo-classical pianist and composer Alexandra Stréliski is known for her musical contributions to several films and TV shows, including composing the score to HBO's Sharp Objects, and having her solo work featured in Big Little Lies, Dallas Buyers Club, and others.

Acid King, Wizard Rifle, Warish @ Knitting Factory Brooklyn
Stoner metal vets Acid King returned in 2015 with their first album in nine years, and they’ve been going strong on the road since. They're celebrating the 20th anniversary of their 1999 album Busse Woods on this tour, which has two great, like-minded openers. Fun fact: Warish's frontman is Riley Hawk, Tony Hawk's son.

For all of tonight’s shows, and tomorrow’s, check out our NYC concert calendar.

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