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

The Rapture, Seedy Films, Luke Jenner @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Having not played for a lonnnnng time, Brooklyn dancepunk vets The Rapture are back and warming up for the Just Like Heaven fest with this hometown show.

Rosalía, Serpentwithfeet @ Webster Hall
Genre-defying flamenco/pop/R&B singer Rosalía deservedly had a big breakthrough last year with the great El Mal Querer, and she's only continue to risen this year with the release of her James Blake and J Balvin collabs, and now she's playing her first NYC shows since the album's release. This is night two of two, and orchestral R&B singer serpentwithfeet makes for cool, strong support.

'Say Anything' 30th Anniversary screening with Cameron Crowe, John Cusack, Ione Skye, James L. Brooks @ BMCC Tribeca PAC
Cameron Crowe's great 1989 romance Say Anything gets a 30th anniversary screening with Crowe, John Cusack and Ione Skye talking to filmmaker/producer James L. Brooks afterwards. Part of the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival.

The Mountain Goats, Shana Cleveland @ Brooklyn Steel
With new album In League with Dragons freshly out, John Darnielle brings The Mountain Goats to Brooklyn. If you're going tonight, do get there in time to see La Luz's Shana Cleveland who just released a wonderful psych-folk solo album.

World/Inferno Friendship Society, Funkrust Brass Band, You Bred Raptors?, Brook Pridemore @ Mercury Lounge
Part of Mercury Lounge's 20th anniversary, long-running punk/folk/klezmer group -- who've been around almost as long as the venue -- play this intimate show tonight.

Deer Tick, Courtney Marie Andrews @ Rough Trade
Country rock greats Deer Tick, who released Mayonnaise earlier this year, hit NYC for three shows with Courtney Marie Andrews.

"Stevie" with Drew Anderson, Marcia Belsky, Sam Taggart @ Union Hall
Drew Anderson, Marcia Belsky, and Sam Taggart have moved their standup show "Stevie" to Union Hall, and tonight's show features Aparna Nancherla, Solomon Georgio, Max Wittert, Julia Shiplett, Aaron Jackson, Ike Ufomadu

Bruce Hornsby @ National Sawdust
’80s Lite FM balladeer (and onetime Grateful Dead member) Bruce Hornsby has been in the process of reinventing himself as an indie rock-approved artist, partially thanks to Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon who’s collaborated with him a few times over the past few years and contributed to his new album Absolute Zero (alongside Vernon associates Brad Cook, S. Carey, Rob Moose, The Staves and yMusic). Hornsby brings his new songs to Williamsburg venue National Sawdust tonight (night two of two).

Snow Patrol, We Are Scientists, Ryan McMullan @ Terminal 5
It's a double header of long-running, poppy indie rock bands with Snow Patrol and We Are Scientists at Terminal 5 tonight.

SASAMI, Sen Morimoto @ Elsewhere
Former Cherry Glazerr keyboardist/backup vocalist Sasami Ashworth has taken off with her solo career, and last month she released her debut album on Domino (featuring guest spots from Beach Fossils singer Dustin Payseur, Devendra Banhart, and Soko). She's been on tour since the album's release and hits NYC tonight.

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

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