It’s a great show for 90s nostalgics at Union Transfer tonight; Bob Mould, former frontman of Husker Du and Sugar, will perform the latter’s 1992 album Copper Blue in its entirety. Joining him is longtime bassist Jason Narducy, as well as Superchunk drummer John Wurster. The all-ages show begins at 9 p.m., and tickets are available here for $25. Below, watch a video of the band playing “Hoover Dam.”
Over at PhilaMOCA, the September Tuesday Tune-Out curated by the folks at The Deli continues with an experimental-leaning performance featuring Jeff Ziegler of Arc in Round, as well as Tadoma. The all-ages show begins at 7:30, admission is $5. Below, watch a video of Tadoma performing at Johnny Brenda’s.
Finally, Dominic Angellela of DRGN King is performing a low-key solo set at The Fire. The 21+ show begins at 9, admission is $7. Head out and congratulate Angellela on inking a deal with Bar-None Records. Below, download “Lookin’ At You” drom DRGN King’s Key Studio Session.
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