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

The New Trust, Caravela @ Alphaville
The New Trust — aka Josh Staples (of The Velvet Teen), Sara Sanger, and Julia Lancer — are opening the West Coast/Southwest leg of Minus the Bear‘s Planet of Ice 10th anniversary tour starting next week, but first they play this small BrooklynVegan-presented headlining show in NYC. Local support (handpicked by The New Trust) comes from Caravela.

Oneohtrix Point Never: Myriad @ Park Avenue Armory
Part of the 2018 Red Bull Music Festival, this two-night, three-show stand at Park Avenue Armory marks the premiere of MYRIAD, "a concert featuring his first full live touring ensemble together with special guests and visual collaborators...using the scale of the Park Avenue Armory’s Wade Thompson Drill Hall to explore disorienting forms at the intersection of theater, installation art, and music performance."

The Longshot, The Trashbags @ Coney Island Baby
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong‘s new side project The Longshot recently released their debut album Love Is For Losers, which is pretty similar to the kind of no-frills pop punk that Green Day made in the '90s. They're also playing much smaller venues than Green Day usually play, including three NYC shows. Tonight's the first.

Jim James @ Rough Trade
My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James' new solo album Uniform Distortion comes out on June 29, but first he's playing the entire thing start to finish at tonight's intimate NYC show. It's sold out (not surprisingly), and if you're going, you'll have to lock up your phone in a Yondr pouch.

Turbonegro @ Bowery Ballroom
Norwegian party punks Turbonegro recently released their tenth album ROCKNROLL MACHINE on Burger Records, and it's more of their usual pedal-to-the-metal, amps-turned-up-to-11 rock. They're supporting that album with some US shows this month.

Jon Hopkins, Beta Librae @ Elsewhere
Having just played David Lynch's Festival of Disruption, electronic mastermind Jon Hopkins is sticking around to play a second sold-out show in Brooklyn. He'll be back this fall as part of his North American tour.

Running Late w/ Scott Rogowsky ft. Paul Rudd, David Cross, & Neko Case @ Gramercy Theatre
While he's become famous as host of app gameshow IQ Trivia, Scott Rogowsky continues to host his own live talk show, Running Late, and tonight's guest lineup is pretty sweet.

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Cool Maritime @ National Sawdust
Before she tours with Grizzly Bear and Spoon later this year, ambient pop artist Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith plays a headlining NYC show tonight billed as “Double Set – Special Premiere of Electronics Series Vol. 1: Abstractions + The Kid.”

"Adult Party" by Dan Iead w/ The Chapin Sisters, Cassandra Jenkins, Otto Hauser @ Union Pool
Dan Iead, who plays with Cass Mccombs, Valerie June and more, presents this free night of collaborative, improvisational, and in-the-round performance.

21 Savage, BlocBoy JB @ Starland Ballroom
21 Savage is on the road with his "rockstar" collaborator Post Malone, and he's doing a few headlining shows in the midst of that, including NJ tonight and NYC in June. Both are with the fast-rising BlocBoy JB, whose recently released Simi mixtape is great stuff.

Lydia Lunch w/ Tim Dahl & Shaun Kelly, Matt Nelson @ Berlin
No wave legend Lydia Lunch teams with frequent collaborator Tim Dahl and Shaun Kelly for this "Verbal Burlesque" show, which is described as "spoken word meets psychedelic funk." Sounds intriguing.

Springsteen on Broadway
The Boss continues his sold-out “Springsteen on Broadway” run at the Walter Kerr Theatre, which has now been extended through December. At these shows, Bruce is giving fans shows “that are as personal and as intimate as possible.”

For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.

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