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

Perfume Genius, serpentwithfeet @ Brooklyn Steel
Perfume Genius is fresh off releasing his fourth album No Shape, which is yet another winner and has some of his best, most ambitious work yet. Opener serpentwithfeet sorta blends R&B with classical music, and his set is worth seeing too.


Temples, Lo Moon @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
UK band Temples went from '60s inspired psychedelia into something closer to the last Tame Impala album for their new release Volcano. Tonight's their first of two shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg.

Nile Rodgers (guest speaker) @ Union Temple of Brooklyn
Part of Pitchfork's "In Sight Out" series of talks, Chic founder, producer, guitarist and disco icon Nile Rodgers will talk about his career and music, and field questions from the audience.

Sondre Lerche @ Pete's Candy Store
He's about to head off on a European tour, but before he goes Sondre Lerche is playing this free show where he'll perform his new album, Pleasure, in full, acoustically. Keep in mind Pete's Candy Store is tiny (maybe 30 seats max) so get there early. Show is at 9 PM.

Bayside, Say Anything, Hot Rod Circuit @ PlayStation Theater
Bayside and Say Anything are currently on a co-headlining tour, and the leg with Hot Rod Circuit opening begins tonight. HRC and Say Anything have a long relationship of mutual admiration (and collaboration), and HRC just released their first new song in six years last month. This is the longest tour they've been on in a while.

Ken Vandermark, Nate Wooley @ Issue Project Room
Chicago saxophonist/composer Ken Vandermark and New York trumpet player Nate Wooley, who are developing material together for an album, play together as a duo tonight.

Paul Kelly, Charlie Owen @ Le Poisson Rouge
Not that well known in the United States, but singer-songwriter Paul Kelly is a legend in Australia, having made around 20 albums over the last 40 years. the most recent of which is Death’s Dateless Night. If you like Graham Parker, Wreckless Eric and Nick Lowe, you should definitely give Paul a spin.

David Crosby @ Bergen PAC
Last year, David Crosby released Lighthouse, quite possibly his best solo album since his 1971 solo debut. He's already got a new album called Sky Trails in the works, and promising to play some stuff from it on this tour.

Gucci Mane, Zaytoven @ The Box
For this unique show, Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane is teaming up with Zaytoven (who's produced tons of Gucci Mane songs) for a "throwback piano bar show." They're stripping down Gucci songs with nothing more than Zaytoven on piano and Gucci on vocals.

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