Tonight’s Concert Picks: Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs at The Fire, How To Dress Well at Johnny Brenda’s, The Quelle Source at North Star Bar, Dangerous Ponies opening for Tilly and the Wall at First Unitarian

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Catch British/Southern rockabilly darlings Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs at The Fire tonight. The duo, Holly Golightly Smith and Lawyer Dave, released their fifth album, Sunday Run Me Over yesterday. The show tonight begins at 9 p.m., and more information about it can be found here. Below, listen to the pair’s single, “Burn Your Fun.”

Brooklyn’s How To Dress Well will be gracing the stage at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. The one-man project of electronic artist Tom Krell released its esteemed sophomore album Total Loss in September. The 21+ show tonight begins at 9 p.m.; ticket information can be found here. Below, listen to “& It Was U” from Total Loss.

Local indie rockers The Quelle Source are opening for Saddle Creek Records artist PUJOL tonight at the North Star Bar. The Quelle Source’s 2011 EP The French Rapture earned them the title of 2011′s Best Indie Rock Band in Philadelphia from Origivation Magazine. PUJOL, who has worked with Jack White and JEFF the Brotherhood, released its debut full-length album, United States of Being, in June. The 21+ show begins at 8 p.m.; ticket information for the show can be found here. Watch The Quelle Source’s video for “I Never Saw You Kiss Him” below.

I Never Saw You Kiss Him – The Quelle Source from Steady State Productions on Vimeo.

Philly pop ensemble Dangerous Ponies will be opening for Omaha’s Tilly & the Wall this evening at First Unitarian Church. Tilly & the Wall are currently touring in support of their new Occupy-inspired album Heavy Mood, their first in four years, which was released last week. The show tonight starts at 8:30 p.m.; more details can be found here. Check out Dangerous Ponies’ brand new single “Gave UP” below.

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