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

Logic, Joey Bada$$, Big Lenbo @ Barclays Center
Ever-popular rapper Logic is on tour now in support of this year's Everybody, and he's got excellent direct support from Joey Bada$$, who's touring in support of his own 2017 album, All Amerikkkan Bada$$.

Surfer Blood, Katie Von Schleicher @ Cape House
Weezerish Floridians Surfer Blood play like it's 2009 again with this very intimate show at the Cape House. Close your eyes and pretend you're at Bruar Falls.

Tori Amos (in conversation) @ Murmrr Theatre
Tori Amos will release her fifteenth album Native Invader later this year, and going by lead single "Cloud Riders," it's worth looking out for. Before the album drops and before she goes on tour, she appears at Pitchfork's "In Sight Out" series tonight to be in conversation with Jillian Mapes.

Michelle Branch, Haerts @ Webster Hall
Michelle Branch returned this year with her first album in 14 years, Hopeless Romantic, which was co-produced by Patrick Carney of The Black Keys and is more subdued than her earlier pop hits -- it's good stuff. Tonight she plays one of the last shows at Webster Hall as we know it.

Warbly Jets, Stuyedeyed, Winstons @ Baby's All Right
Warbly Jets make the kind of attitude-heavy, riffy psych-rock that recalls early '00s Primal Scream, The Dandy Warhols and The Soundtrack of Our Lives.

Declan McKenna, Dan Luke and the Raid @ The Studio at Webster Hall
Young UK singer/songwriter Declan McKenna recently released his debut album What Do You Think About the Car? (Columbia), which has co-writing and production from former Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij. Tonight's show is sold out and there's a good chance he won't be playing venues this small for very long.




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