Tonight’s Concert Picks: Marc Neibauer at Johnny Brenda’s, K.T. Tunstall at Union Transfer, Work Drugs at First Unitarian Church and more

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Marc NeibauerPhiladelphia-based singer/songwriter Marc Neibauer (formerly known as Eat Your Birthday Cake) takes the stage at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. Following up on his LP Don’t Fall Apart, released last month on Bandcamp, Neibauer proudly posted a new demo called “How Long” on his Soundcloud earlier this week. It paints extensive aural landscapes with his intense, intimate voice over top of swirling guitar melodies. Take a listen to the haunting demo below. Find tickets and information for tonight’s 21+ show here.

Outstanding Scottish singer/songwriter K.T. Tunstall is coming to Union Transfer tonight. The compelling singer-songwriter released her latest full-length album Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon back in August of this year. Check out details and tickets for tonight’s seated early performance here. Watch her fight a night in shining armor in her video for “Invisible Empire” below.

Philadelphia sedative-fi group Work Drugs are performing at First Unitarian Church tonight. Not too far off from their recent full-length release of Mavericks, the relaxed outfit debuted a new wave swaying single “Bellport Bay” yesterday via Soundcloud. Listen and get lost in the new single below. Find tickets and information for tonight’s show here.

Also tonight…
City Bisco Day One at Mann Center (4 p.m., all ages, $55)

Saves The Day / Into It. Over It. at Union Transfer (9:30 p.m., all ages, $)

Chris Kasper at World Cafe Live (8 p.m., all ages, $10.00-12.00)