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

Young M.A @ Bowery Ballroom
Brooklyn rapper Young M.A (who you might have seen during this season of Mr. Robot) dropped her long-awaited debut album Herstory In The Making back in September, and she'll promote it with this hometown NYC date at Bowery Ballroom.

Nicole Yun (of Eternal Summers), Colatura, Desert Sharks, Queue @ Baby's All Right
Eternal Summers vocalist/guitarist Nicole Yun released her great debut solo LP Paper Suit earlier this year, which pulled from the worlds of Britpop, '80s alt-rock, and more. She'll bring those new songs to Baby's All Right tonight.

Matt and Kim, The Frights @ Brooklyn Steel
Brooklyn indie pop duo Matt and Kim first broke into the mainstream with 2009's Grand, which included their very popular single "Daylight," and they'll head home for a two-show run to play the record in its entirety.

Butterboy Comedy @ Littlefield
Jo Firestone and Maeve Higgins are hosting tonight's Butterboy Comedy show, with guests Ayo Edebiri (Comedy Central's Up Next, Sunnyside), Langston Kerman (The New Negroes, HBO's Insecure), Julia Shiplett (Comedy Central's Up Next), J.P. Mcdade (Montreal Comedy Festival), Wanjiko Eke (Cinder Block Comedy Festival), and Franqi French (Tig Notaro's Bentzen Ball).

Standing On The Corner @ The Dance
Jazzy, genre-defying NYC group Standing on the Corner contributed to recent albums by Solange, Earl Sweatshirt, and Danny Brown, and their own material (and live shows) are pretty great too.

You can also find quality entertainment on almost any night of the week at: Barbès bar and performance space in Park Slope, LunÀtico in Bed Stuy, Nublu in the East Village, Blue Note jazz club in the West Village, The Stone in multiple locations, Comedy Cellar in the West Village, and Q.E.D. comedy club in Astoria.

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



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