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

Tim Kasher (live set, film screening and Q&A) @ The Bell House
Cursive/Good Life frontman Tim Kasher returned this year with a new solo concept album, No Resolution. Tim wrote the album with an accompanying film in mind (his directorial debut), and now he's on tour screening that film, playing a live set, and giving a Q&A.

Little Dragon, Xavier Omar @ Terminal 5
Sweden’s Little Dragon have been spending their summer dazzling fans at festivals around the world in support of their very enjoyable new album, Season High. This is their first of three NYC show this week.

Kirin J Callinan, Bernardino Femminielli, Andrew VW DJ @ Mercury Lounge
Do you like all kinds of music -- perferably all played at the same time by a gonzo Aussie who isn't so much into clothes? Then Kirin J Callinan is your man. If you're going to this show, do get their early for Montreal weirdo Bernardino Femminielli whose live show needs to be seen to be believed.

Washed Out, Dega @ Brooklyn Steel
The chillwave era may be over, but Washed Out is staying at it and this year he released his first album for Stones Throw. It's a little closer to the soulful sounds that label is usually known for, than to Washed Out's summery early material.

Marduk, Incantation, Abysmal Dawn @ Gramercy Theatre
Controversial Swedish black metal vets Marduk ran into some trouble on a North American tour earlier this year due to nazi accusations, and had some shows cancelled. They're back, this time with US death metal bands Incantation and Abysmal Dawn.

Radiator Hospital, Lost Balloons, Midnight Calls @ Saint Vitus
Indie pop punks Radiator Hospital will return with a new album, Radiator Hospital Play The Songs You Like, in October. They're on tour now with the breezy Marked Men/Radioactivity offshoot Lost Balloons.

Satanicide, Tornavox @ Mercury Lounge
NYC's mock-hair metal band Satanicide returned last year, and they're continuing to grace "Lower East Side hipster clubs" with their tongue-in-cheek-but-convincing songs.

Lady Gaga @ Citi Field
Lady Gaga is on a massive headlining tour supporting last year’s Joanne, home of the danceable “Perfect Illusion,” the heartbreaking ballad “Million Reasons,” and more. This is her second of two shows at Citi Field this week.

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