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

Alejandro Escovedo @ City Winery
The great Alejandro Escovedo wraps up his annual winter City Winery residency tonight.

Horse Meat Disco, Justin Strauss, Michael Magnan, Josh Steers @ Elsewhere
This London-based four-man DJ collective are known for finding pearls in bins of forgotten disco 12″, having released a series of acclaimed compilations. Their real expertise comes into play at their DJ gigs, though. Just trust their taste…and the beat.

APB @ Mercury Lounge
Formed in 1979, NYC post-punk legends APB paved the way for Radio 4, Liars, LCD Soundsystem, etc.

Grails, Helen Money, Upper Wilds @ Saint Vitus Bar
Psychedelic post-rock greats Grails defy easy categorization and add Helen Money (aka cello-wielding, LA-based heavy artist Alison Chesley) to the bill and you've got a great show.

Cracker, Camper Van Beethoven @ Sony Hall
David Lowery brings his two main bands -- '80s college radio faves Camper Van Beethoven and '90s-era alt-rock hitmakers Cracker -- to NYC.

75 Dollar Bill, The Scene Is Now @ Union Pool
75 Dollar Bill, the improvisational guitar/percussion duo of Rick Brown and Che Chen, play tonight with long-running NYC jug band The Scene is Now.

Gabby's World, Yowler, Franz Charcoal @ Rough Trade
Gabby's World (fka Eskimeaux) and Yowler both released bedroom pop-ish albums last year -- Beast on Beast and Black Dog In My Path, respectively -- and tonight they team for this double bill.

Joe Russo's Almost Dead @ The Capitol Theatre
Joe Russo's Almost Dead are one of the most beloved Grateful Dead tributes going (and they've jammed with actual Dead members). Tonight they wrap up a sold-out run at the Capitol Theatre

Brian Chase, Sannety, Dylan A. Marcheschi @ Muchmore's
When he's not busy behind the kit with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Brian Chase makes experimental music, jazz, and more on his own, and he's always worth catching.

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