Tonight’s Concert Picks: Dangerous Ponies and Slutever at MilkBoy, Pusha T at Union Transfer, Low Cut Connie at Johnny Brenda’s and more

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PoniesDangerous Ponies will be playing at MilkBoy tonight in celebration of their brand new four-song EP Tenderheart. Released just this month, Dangerous Ponies shifts their sound between fun loving indie, as well as some pop influence, but mostly, it is just a plain good time. The new release can be found to buy on their Bandcamp, where you can also purchase the release on vinyl. Also to be taking the stage is Philadelphia’s two piece punk band Slutever. The duo has various material available on their Bandcamp, one of which is their single released in February of this year. Tickets and information for the 21 and up show can be found here. Below, listen to the title track off of Dangerous Ponies EP Tenderheart.

Up and coming rap artist Pusha T will be playing at Union Transfer tonight. The artist is one half of rap duo Clipse, who are responsible for six studio albums. Having been gathering more and more attention from the media for a single with Odd Future member Tyler, the Creator, Pusha T’s first studio album My Name Is My Name will be released in May of this year. Tickets and information for the 18 and up show with DJ Damage and DJ Aktive can be found here. Watch a music video for Pusha T’s “Trouble On My Mind” featuring Tyler, the Creator below.

Philadelphia hometown rock band Low Cut Connie will be playing at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. Combining elements of soul, funk, and thriving rock n’ roll, Low Cut Connie provides an aura of bouncing spirit and passion for music. Their second album Call Me Sylvia was released in September of last year. Tickets and information for the 21 and up show with DRGN KING can be found here. Below, watch the group’s hit song off the new album “Boozophilia”.

Mason Porter will be playing World Cafe Live in Wilmington tonight. The group brings together the sounds of folk, as well as rock and blues, and with that, combine an array of harmonies meant to impact a part of the listeners. The group has been relatively quiet in terms of music releases within the past three years, as their last release was their full length Story of the Rifle in 2010. Tickets and information about the all-ages show can be found here. The link below is a video of the group playing their song “Ain’t Got No Home” at the Philadelphia Folk Festival in 2012.

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