You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Wild Beasts, Porcelain Raft @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Wild Beasts‘ fifth album Boy King pulls off the highwire act of going somewhere new while still sounding like themselves. This is their first of two NYC shows this week.
Wild Nothing, Small Black @ Warsaw
Wild Nothing's new album Life of Pause injected a serious dose of Talk Talk-style widescreen atmosphere into the band's brand of dreampop.
Chris Forsyth (scoring Cocksucker Blues) @ Threes Brewing
Chris Forsyth has a jammy style that's kind of part Grateful Dead, part Television, and tonight he'll playing a live score for the unreleased documentary film Cocksucker Blues by photographer Robert Frank, which chronicles The Rolling Stones' 1972 American tour.
Total Slacker, Ohtis, Molly Soda, Travis Merriman @ Elvis Guesthouse
Brooklyn mainstays Total Slacker returned earlier this year with Parallels, another dose of their hook-filled '90s-style grunge-punk.
Mick Barr, Judith Berkson @ Roulette
This show brings together two experimental artists, including Krallice's Mick Barr, who will be premiering his first distortion-less solo guitar piece tonight.
Honus Honus, Will Wood and The Tapeworms @ Monty Hall
Man Man singer Honus Honus is doing the solo thing this year, and his debut solo LP Use Your Delusion isn’t too different from his main band (not a bad thing).
Mike Birbiglia @ Union Hall
While Mike Birbiglia plays big venues like BAM and Town Hall these days, he still does "Working it Out" shows with new material at Union Hall. Sold out, natch.
Night Train w/ Wyatt Cenac @ Littlefield
It's the fourth anniversary of Wyatt Cenac's weekly Night Train show, featuring guests Sasheer Zamata, Chris Gethard, Michelle Wolf, Janelle James, Dan Soder, Dave Ross and "free pie."
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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