Tonight’s Concert Picks: Cheers Elephant at Underground Arts, Rusted Root at Musikfest Cafe, Meg Hutchinson at Burlap and Bean, Stinking Lizaveta at Kungfu Necktie

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IMG_1455-620x413Philly-based Cheers Elephant have been busy lately. When they’re not rocking the City Hall Presents concert series, they’re probably off in Brooklyn performing on rooftops for Paste Magazine. The local indie-rockers will be back at it once more tonight, when they’ll be bringing their delightful psych-pop to Underground Arts, for a show with Wild Adriatic. The band’s latest, Like Wind Blows Fire, came out in May of last year. Tickets and info can be found here, and watch the video for their song “Doin’ It, Right” below.

Pittsburgh natives Rusted Root visit Bethlehem tonight for a show at the Musikfest Cafe. The classic world music rockers’ latest full-length release, a record called The Movement, came out last year and is available now. Tickets and info can be found here, and listen to their classic track “Send Me On My Way”, below.

New England-based singer/songwriter Meg Hutchinson, will be making a stop in the area tonight for a show at the Burlap and Bean coffeehouse. The singer’s most recent full-length, The Living Side, came out in February of 2010. Tickets and info can be found here, and watch the video for her track “Hard To Change” below.

Local heavy instrumental rock trio, Stinking Lizaveta, is in town for a local show tonight at Kungfu Necktie. The Philly-natives most recent album, 7th Direction, came out August of 2012, via Exile on Mainstream. Tickets and information can be found here, and listen to their track “Stop Laughing”, below.