It’s a big night for local music – Tri State Indie will hold their second annual awards show at World Cafe Live, hosted by Toy Soldiers‘ Ron Gallo. With performances by New Sweden (last year’s Delaware Indie Band of the Year), Cold Fronts and more, the event includes a red carpet walk with professional photographers and gift bag for all attendees. Check out a list of all the nominees here. Tickets and information can be found here. Below, watch Band of the Year hopefuls Toy Soldiers perform “Tell the Teller” / “Forget How it Used to Be” at World Cafe Live.
Recent Run For Cover Records additions Modern Baseball play The Fire tonight. Their 2012 debut LP Sports is getting the reissue-treatment by the new label and will be released on March 12th. The local band also contributed to a benefit 4-way split for Topshelf Records this week along with Philly friends The Hundred Acre Woods, Maryland’s Julia Brown and Old Gray, with proceeds go to global anti-violence charity V-Day. Tickets and information for tonight’s 21= show with Cayetana, Marietta, Smoother and Cool Points can be found here. Watch a stripped-down version of “The Weekend” from Sports below.
If you, like most of us, missed out on the super fast selling tickets for Mumford & Sons‘ show at Susquehanna Bank Center this weekend, have no fear. Sit back and enjoy the British invasion event from the comfort of your home or car by tuning into WXPN 88.5 or streaming it online at XPN.org and sing along to favorites from 2012′s stand-out Babel and 2009′s debut Sigh No More. Opening acts include LA sister trio HAIM and current BRIT Award nominee Ben Howard. More information can be found here. Below, watch Mumford & Sons perform “The Cave” live at Bonaroo in 2011.