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

Balance and Composure, Queen of Jeans @ Bowery Ballroom
Post-hardcore faves Balance & Composure are celebrating their 10th anniversary at this short Northeast run, and they say they're breaking up after these shows and a few more in the spring. Catch them while you can!

Eyehategod, Low Estate, Neolithic @ Saint Vitus (2 shows)
NOLA sludge greats Eyehategod (who are back with frontman Mike IX after he underwent a successful liver transplant) are opening part of the Black Label Society / Corrosion of Conformity tour, and while they aren't playing the NYC date, they are playing TWO of their own NYC shows at Saint Vitus today. There's a matinee and a night show.

Ninos Du Brasil, Antenes, Patrick Russell, Bryan Kasenic, Jane Fitz, Eric Cloutier, Mike Servito, Gunnar Haslam, Justin Cudmore, Ron Like Hell, Ryan Smith @ Elsewhere
The Bunker celebrates its 15th anniversary with this party that takes over every room of Elsewhere and features a live performance by Italian duo Ninos Du Brasil who have had records out via DFA and Hospital Productions.

Trinary System (Misson of Burma's Roger Miller), Munic Hoof @ The Safari Room at El Cortez
Mission of Burma's Roger Miller formed Trinary System to "free his guitar playing from a post-punk environment," with songs that didn't fit into MoB's sound. The trio are still loud and noisy and are working on their full-length debut.

A Concert for Island Relief w/ Dave Matthews, Trey Anastasio, Aaron Neville, Hurray for the Riff Raff @ Radio City
Radio City hosts a big lineup for a great cause tonight, and if you're going, we recommend getting there early for Hurray for the Riff Raff, whose The Navigator was one of 2017's true gems.

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