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

Joe Bataan @ Union Pool (Summer Thunder)
Much like Sun Ra Arkestra, Latin soul king Joe Bataan can fill much much bigger spaces than Union Pool’s backyard patio, but he plays their free Summer Thunder series every year and it’s a total party.

Convulse, Embalmer, Immortal Suffering @ Brooklyn Bazaar
Finnish death metal vets Convulse were initially around for a few years in the late ’80s and early ’90s, and then their career got a boost when Relapse reissued their 1992 debut World Without God in 2010. Convulse reunited two years later, released two albums (2013’s Evil Prvails and 2016’s Cycle of Revenge), and now they’re working on a new album again. But first, they’ll play World Without God in full at this exclusive East Coast one-off.

Baby Shakes, Flasyd, Jonathan Toubin @ Our Wicked Lady
Jonathan Toubin’s summer series Soul Scream happens every Sunday evening on the roof of Our Wicked Lady with bands early — tonight including garage rock trio Baby Shakes — and DJs spinning till late.

SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Heavens Die, Wreath of Tongues, Tourniquet @ Saint Vitus
Mathcore seems to be having a moment right now, and one of the more talked about newer mathcore bands is SeeYouSpaceCowboy. They’re fresh off releasing their debut album Songs for the Firing Squad on Pure Noise earlier this year, and it’s a spastic batch of songs that kinda finds the middle ground between Botch and The Blood Brothers. They’re touring with Knocked Loose, Rotting Out, and Candy later this year, but first they’re playing some headlining shows including this one.

Mal Devisa, Gods Wisdom. guests @ Sunnyvale
One-woman band Mal Devisa plays shows with just a bass and her voice, and she’s insanely talented at both of those things and you just have to see it for yourself to fully experience the power of her music.

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