Tonight’s Concert Picks: Eternal Summers at the First Unitarian Church, Cold Fronts at Kung Fu Necktie, Thurston Moore at Space 1026

Photo by Brian Hamelman

Roanoke, VA trio Eternal Summers open for Nada Surf tonight at the First Unitarian Church.  The indie dream-pop/”who-cares-rock” band released their second full-length record earlier this year called Correct Behavior through Kanine Records, with the opening song “Millions” earning a Best New Track rating on Pitchfork.  Tickets and information for tonight’s intimate show with Nada Surf and It’s a King Thing can be found here.  Below, watch Eternal Summer’s video for “Good As You.”

Pabst Blue Ribbon presents Cold Fronts at Kung Fu Necktie tonight.  Cold Fronts are the energetic rock outfit fronted by Craig Almquist who brought us last week’s stellar Key Studio Session, which you can stream and download here (it includes new song “Sum Girls”).  Tonight’s gig with all-girl Japanese rock band The Suzan and Philly’s Ton-Taun will be Cold Fronts’ last of the year.  Tickets and information for the 21+ show can be found here.  Below, watch the video for Cold Fronts’ “Heart Attack.”

Rule-bending experimental musician Thurston Moore brings one of his latest projects to Space 1026 tonight.  Joining forces with former Howlin’ Rain percussionist John Moloney, Moore recorded Caught on Tape on Feeding Tube Records this past summer and the duo are now taking the noise/drone compositions on the road.  Tickets and information for tonight’s all-ages show with Speedy Ortiz can be found here.  Below, listen to an excerpt of Caught on Tape.