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

Pop. 1280, Public Practice, Weeping Icon @ Trans-Pecos
This is a pretty great triple bill of local post-punk-inspired bands: gothy post-punks Pop. 1280 dropped their latest album Way Station last month; Public Practice recall Pylon and Talking Heads; and the fierce Weeping Icon hue close to punk.

The Residents (performing 'God in 3 Persons') @ MoMA
Though co-founder Hardy Fox died a year ago, mostly anonymous art rock collective The Residents continue on and are presenting their 1988 opus God in 3 Persons live for the first time ever with a seven-piece band and audio-visual theatrical experience. Two performances today.

Monstrosity, False Prophet, Bound By The Grave, Blasphemous @ Saint Vitus Bar
Florida death metal vets (and Cannibal Corpse affiliates) Monstrosity, who released The Passage of Existence in 2019, head to Saint Vitus for their first NYC show in a decade. Support comes from NYC hardcore vets False Prophet, Baltimore death metallers Bound By The Grave, and Blasphemous.

Todd Glass @ Murmrr Ballroom
Reverb-loving comedian Todd Glass is bringing his "The Event of a Lifetime Tour" across the Northeast this week, and his latest stop brings him to Brooklyn's Murmrr Ballroom.

Brian Wilson @ Bergen Performing Arts Center
The legendary Brian Wilson is set to bring decades of his "Greatest Hits" with The Beach Boys to NJ's Bergen Performing Arts Center tonight, with fellow Beach Boy Al Jardine appearing as a special guest.

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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