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

Girl Ray, Renata Zeiguer, Blush @ Baby's All Right
UK group Girl Ray made one of our favorite albums of 2017, and played one of our SXSW day parties (and a BV-presented Brooklyn show). They're back for a couple more NYC shows, including this one.

Radiohead, Junun @ Madison Square Garden
Radiohead continue their sold-out four-night stand at MSG tonight, with two more shows this weekend.

Unsane, Child Bite @ Rocks Off Concert Cruises
NYC post-hardcore vets Unsane returned last year with the new album Sterilize and should lay waste to this boat show (just sort of capsizing).

Empath, Fleabite, SIGNAL @ Trans-Pecos
Philly band make hazy punk that recalls Jay Reatard, early Wavves, or Times New Viking.

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."

#Adulting With Michelle Buteau and Jordan Carlos @ The Bell House
On the heels of the release of her hilarious special for Netflix’s Comedy Lineup, Michelle Buteau (Best Week Ever, Key & Peele) co-hosts this comedy showcase with Jordan Carlos (The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore), in which they discuss the ways being in adult is a lot like “the puberty you opt into.” This month’s lineup is stacked, with Hasan Minhaj (The Daily show), Negin Farsad (Comedy Central, Weird Al’s Nerdcore Rising), and more.

A Touch of Class @ The Counting Room
host this free monthly showcase featuring up and coming comedians, and July’s lineup includes the incredibly funny and dry Dina Hashem (Conan, Comedy Central), Bryan Morris (Laughfest's Best of the Midwest), Fareeha Khan (Funny or Die, MTV), and Billy Prinsell (Caroline's, Comedy Central).

RF Shannon, Jesse Woods, The Ferdy Mayne @ Union Pool
Austin band RF Shannon is fronted by Shane Renfro (who also plays in Jess Williamson‘s band), and they come recommended by Kevin Morby. They also sound a bit like Kevin Morby — Shane has a similar Dylanesque drawl, and they make psych-ish folk rock that’s not too far removed from Morby’s own material.

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