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

The Horrors @ Rough Trade
The Horrors release their fifth album this week, V, which finds them more focused than we've heard since maybe Primary Colours. They are in town to celebrate with two intimate shows at Rough Trade, this being the first.

Suzanne Vega @ City Winery
College radio and '80/'90s alt-rock fave Suzanne Vega performs two of her best-loved albums -- Solitude Standing and 99.9F -- in full.

StarTalk Live@ w/ Neil Degrasse Tyson, Eugene Mirman @ Kings Theatre
The 10th and (supposedly) final Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival continues with this live taping of StarTalk.

Juana Molina, Arc Iris @ Le Poisson Rouge
Genre-defying Buenos Aires singer/songwriter Juana Molina returned this year with her first album in four years, Halo. Like 2013’s Wed 21, it was released on Crammed Discs (most of her previous albums are on Domino).

Slow Dancer, Petal @ Mercury Lounge
Australia's Slow Dancer released his first album for ATO, In A Mood, earlier this year. If you're going tonight, it's worth showing up early for Tigers Jaw associate Petal, whose solid debut album Shame came out on Run For Cover in 2015.

Night Train w/ Wyatt Cenac @ Littlefield
Wyatt Cenac will soon retire Night Train, the weekly comedy show he's hosted for the last five years, but still has a few more stops to make. Tonight's guests include Bassem Youssef, Matteo Lane, Sean Patton, Ali Macofsky, Joanna Briley, and Ahir Shah.

Jaye Bartell @ Troost
“Jaye is an amazing person and songwriter and sometimes when he would be singing tears would well up in the bottom of my eyelids as I watched his bold silhouette up there beneath the stage lights” – Kevin Morby.

Mumford & Sons @ United Palace Theatre
These very popular folk rockers play this gorgeous Washington Heights theatre as part of Global Citizen Week.

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