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

Vulture Festival
Pop culture blog Vulture is back with its two day festival and among the options on Sunday include talks with the cast and creators of Manhunter, Star Trek Discovery, Ray Donovan, plus Samantha Bee, Johnny Knoxville, Jo Firestone's Dr Gameshow, and more.

David Lynch's Festival of Disruption @ Brooklyn Steel
The second day of David Lynch's Festival of Disruption includes a Q&A with the man himself, plus musical performances from Angel Olsen, Au Revoir Simone (probably their last-ever show), Jim James, and more. The daytime talks are sold out but there are still tickets for the evening concert.

Black N' Blue Bowl @ Brooklyn Bazaar
With Webster Hall undergoing renovations, annual NYC hardcore fest Black N' Blue Bowl moves to Brooklyn Bazaar this year. This is day two of two, and there's some awesome stuff like NYHC vets Judge and Agnostic Front, comparatively newer band Incendiary, and more.

Lowly, Alpenglow @ Berlin
Danish quintet Lowly make jazzy, soaring widescreen pop and released their debut LP last year on Bella Union. This is their first-ever NYC show.

Other Music Monthly w/ 75 Dollar Bill @ Union Pool
75 Dollar Bill, the experimental duo of Rick Brown and Che Chen, played the last-ever in-store at Other Music and the staff of the much-missed NYC record store are hosting this free show, with OM staffers on DJ duty.

Ida, Beekeeper, Babe the blue OX, Ida the Blue Beekeeper, Big High Hills (w/Tom Kotik) @ Union Hall
Longrunning NYC indie acts Ida, Babe the Blue Ox and Beekeeper perform together and separately at the memorial benefit for the Jan Kotik family.

Beauty Pill, Coffee @ Baby's All Right
Beauty Pill was formed in the early 2000s out of the ashes of DC/Dischord eccentrics Smart Went Crazy, and after releasing an album in two EPs, they were forced to take many years off due to bandleader Chad Clark's illness. They finally released an album again in 2015, and they've stayed active since.

Basement, Citizen, Pronoun, Souvenirs @ Revolution
Basement and Citizen used to be Run For Cover labelmates (Basement are now on Fueled by Ramen) and they make a similarly appealing mix of post-hardcore, punk, and indie rock. They’re a great pairing, and the openers are pretty well-matched too.

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