Tonight’s Concert Picks: Misfits at The Trocadero, OFF! at First Unitarian Church, Cuddle Magic With Jesse Sparhawk at Tin Angel, Auctioneer at Kung Fu Necktie, We Juke Up In Here Film Screening

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Just in time for Halloween, the Misfits will be continuing their Devil’s Rain tour tonight at The Trocadero. The aggressive New Jersey punk legends released their seventh album Devil’s Rain in 2011. Tickets for the all-ages 8 o’clock show are available here. Watch the video for “Dig Up Her Bones” from the Misfits’ 1997 record American Psycho below.

Punk supergroup OFF! are rocking out First Unitarian Church tonight. The brainchild of Black Flag’s Keith Morris, Burning Brides frontman Dimitri Coats, Redd Kross bassist Steven Shane McDonald, and Hot Snakes drummer Mario Rubalcaba, OFF! just released their self-titled sophomore album in May. The show tonight begins at 8; more ticket information can be found here. Below, watch the brand new video for “Wrong” featuring Jack Black.

Philly/Brooklyn experimental folk-pop collective Cuddle Magic will perform with Jesse Sparhawk at Tin Angel tonight. Cuddle Magic’s latest album, Info Nympho, dropped in March. The band also just announced plans to tour and release a 7″ split with The Daredevil Christopher Wright, expected to be available on October 23rd. Paste Magazine premiered Cuddle Magic’s new track “Rabbit Time,” which you can listen to here. Tickets for their 21+ show tonight are available here. Below, check out “Moby Dickless” from Info Nympho. 


Local alt rock group Auctioneer is playing at Kung Fu Necktie tonight. The band was featured in this month’s episode of Shaking Through, and we interviewed frontman Craig Hendrix earlier this week. Tickets for the 21+ show can be found here.  The band’s self-titled EP came out last October and can be downloaded for free below.

XPN Welcomes the We Juke Up In Here Film Screening being held at The African American Museum in Philadelphia tonight as part of the Mississippi Blues Project. Filmmakers Jeff Konkel and Roger Stolle present a documentary focusing on the surviving juke bar scene throughout Mississippi, featuring legendary musicians such as Elmo Williams and Hezekiah Early. Doors open for this free event at 7:00; the film will begin at 7:30. Register here for entry. Below, check out the trailer for We Juke Up In Here.