XPN welcomes Johnny Marr to The Trocadero tonight. The former Smiths guitarist is currently promoting his first solo effort The Messenger. Following the break up of The Smiths in the late 80s, Marr has worked on recordings with The Talking Heads and J. Mascis and contributed in large part to the score of Inception. Tickets and information for tonight’s show with ALAMAR can be found here. Check out an interview The Key did with Marr here and watch him perform “Sun and Moon” at Coachella below.
U.K. singer-songwriter Tom Odell plays Johnny Brenda’s tonight. Now touring in support of his 2012 debut Songs from Another Love EP and an upcoming full-length called Long Way Down, Odell got his start shlepping his keyboard to open mics night after night in Brighton before being discovered by Lily Allen. He’ll be support by Jeremy Messersmith, who recently signed to Glassnote Records in anticipation of his new album. Tickets and information for the 21+ can be found here. Watch Tom Odell perform “Another Love” on Later… With Jools Holland below.
PhilaMOCA‘s Tuesday Tune-Out and the Cinedelphia Film Festival have teamed up with local experimental rock project Pattern is Movement to present the duo’s “album screening party.” Set to scenes of Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood, the audience will get a full preview of Chris Ward and Andrew Thiboldeaux’s new album, as well as an inside look at the past four years of recording with a Q&A session after the screening. Learn more about the listening party in an interview with Ward here. The event is free – more information is available on the Facebook page here. Watch a trailer for the event below.
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