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

Brooklyn Podcast Festival
The 2019 Brooklyn Podcast Festival wraps up today at The Bell House and Union Hall, with live taping of The Majority Report with Sam Seder, #ADULTING with Michelle Buteau and Jordan Carlos, Jezebel's Dirtcast, and Stand By Your Band.

Jon Glaser @ Littlefield
Gear-loving comedian Jon Glaser is trying out material for a new comedy special at this intimate show tonight with 30 Rock's Scott Adsit in tow.

Graf Orlock, Ache, Sick Shit, Scavengers, Trophy Hunt @ Saint Vitus
Fresh off releasing their typically chaotic new album Examination of Violent Cinema, Volume 1, "cinemagrind" maniacs Graf Orlock are back in NYC on this short tour.

Baby Spiders, Paul Wallfisch, Christian Bongers, 1000 Yard Stare @ Coney Island Baby
Fans of '90s NYC band Lotion may not know that frontman Tony Zajkowski and drummer Rob Youngeberg have a newish band called Baby Spiders who are, in the band's own words, like "Cream meets early Pink Floyd late at night in a turkish bathhouse."

Innov Gnawa + Resura Arkestra, Jared Proudfoot (of Pique-nique Recordings) @ Brooklyn Bowl
Brooklyn Gnawa music group Innov Gnawa have gotten some recognition within the world of Western pop music thanks to their live and in-studio collaborations with UK electronic musician Bonobo, but they’re a great band in their own right and any chance to see them is worth taking.

Comedy At the Knitting Factory Hosted By Sydnee Washington @ Knitting Factory
Even though former hosts Hannibal Buress and Michael Che have moved on, Knitting Factory's comedy nights on Sundays -- now with hosts Sydnee Washington, Marie Faustin, and Aminah Imani -- remains a great, free show, and you never know who'll turn up (Ilana Glazer was there last week). 9 PM start, but plan on showing up a lot earlier than that if you wanna get in.

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