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

Glen Hansard @ Rough Trade
Veteran songwriter Glen Hansard returned with his new album Between Two Shores this past Saturday, and he's been playing a few NYC shows around its release. This is the third of three, and it's also the smallest venue of the three. You have to buy the new album at the Rough Trade store today to get in, and members of the Rough Trade Albums Club get guaranteed entry (you have to have already signed up, though).

Becca Stevens, Chris Morrissey's Standard Candle, Laura Perrudin @ Mercury Lounge
SInger/songwriter Becca Stevens won over the legendary David Crosby, who took her on tour as a member of his band and who sang on her latest album Regina (which also has guest vocals by Laura Mvula). It's not hard to see what Croz sees in her; her talents reveal themselves very quickly.

Kid Millions + Jim Sauter Duo, True Dreams, Brian Chase + Lisa Schonberg Duo @ Trans-Pecos
Kid Millions stays busy. In addition to drumming in Oneida and leading his Man Forever project, he often plays as a duo with saxist Jim Sauter, which he'll do again tonight. Also on this bill is another beloved NYC indie rock drummer, Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Brian Chase, who plays as a duo with Lisa Schonberg.

Dream Wife, QTY @ Elsewhere
English/Icelandic trio Dream Wife make the kind of shiny, riffy, just-a-little-sneery rock that would've gone over gangbusters in 2005 and still sounds like fun today. Their debut album is out this Friday, and they open for Sleigh Bells on Tuesday.

David Cross @ Union Hall
Comedian David Cross (Mr Show, Arrested Development) is testing out new material at a whole bunch of “Shootin’ the Shit (And Seeing What Sticks)” shows at Union Hall this month.

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