Tonight’s Concert Picks: Neighborhood Choir with Avery Rosewater at PhilaMOCA for Tuesday Tune-Out, Dead Confederate with Penrose at MilkBoy


Neighborhood Choir

Local tastemaker blog Yvynyl is this month’s Tuesday Tune-Out curator at PhilaMOCA and they’re bringing Philly bands Neighborhood Choir and Avery Rosewater to the stage.  Neighborhood Choir is a dream-pop project from Bennett Daniels; you can learn more about him in an interview with The Key here.  Avery Rosewater is newish project from seasoned city musicians – check out their interview here.  Following the music, Daniels will screen a film to close out the night.  Information can be found on the Facebook event page here.  Below, watch Avery Rosewater perform “Wright” for Out of Town Films and stream Neighborhood Choir’s “Seafoam Green.”

The Dead Confederate show with Penrose has been moved from Johnny Brenda’s to MilkBoy to tonight due to a water main break.  The Georgia alt-rock band is touring in support of In the Marrow, released last month on its on Spiderbomb Records.  Local brother trio Penrose is also promoting a new album – they released Circe in February and were featured on The Key’s Unlocked series.  Tickets and information for tonight’s show can be found here.  Below, watch Dead Confederate’s new video for “Vacations.”



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