In case you haven’t noticed all of our Creepoid-related coverage this week, we’re pretty stoked about the band’s record-release show at Kung Fu Necktie. (You can read our interview with drummer Pat Troxell here; look for a review of Horse Heaven next week.) The band will be bringing a limited 30 copies of its new LP, Horse Heaven—all of which are hand-numbered and silk-screened—to tonight’s show. (For those with even more disposable income, the band will also have a new batch of t-shirts.) Creepoid performs with Nothing, Party Photographers, and Pet Milk at 8 p.m. at Kung Fu Necktie; tickets to the 21+ show are $8.
Meanwhile, over at World Cafe Live, a handful of notable local bands will be performing at “Philly Sings Sun Records,” a tribute the the Memphis, TN-based label that helped launch the careers of legendary acts such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and Roy Orbison. The lineup includes Toy Soldiers, The Levee Drivers, T.J. Kong And The Atomic Bomb, Papertrees, Thom McCarthy, The Lawsuits, and others. The performances begin at 8 p.m. at World Cafe Live; tickets to the show are $15.