Tonight’s Concert Picks: Lucius at World Cafe Live, Levee Drivers at Kung Fu Necktie, Phantogram at Union Transfer and more


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Indie pop/rock quintet Lucius bring their catchy harmonies and intoxicating vocals to World Cafe Live tonight. With the October release of their wildly celebrated debut album Wildewoman, which has been making the rounds on a slew of top albums of 2013 lists, the Brooklyn-based band has been touring heavily and promises to put on a performance not to be missed. Get tickets and more information here. Watch the official video for “Go Home” off of Wildewoman below.

Local favorite roots rock outfit Levee Drivers will be celebrating the release of their new EP Speakin’ Bourbon Coated Blues tonight at Kung Fu Necktie. The band, whose country folk/rock sound has drawn comparisons to the likes of Johnny Cash, will be joined by The Lawsuits and Ron Gallo of Toy Soldiers. Get tickets and info for the event here. Watch them perform “Them Heartaches” for The Key’s studio sessions below.

Electronic synth pop duo Phantogram will be gracing the Union Transfer stage this evening. Their undeniably catchy sound can be heard on major blockbuster soundtracks such as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, but their unique take on electro-pop and blistering stage presence is something that must be experienced in person. Get tickets and more on the event here. Watch the video for “When I’m Small” below.

Also tonight…

Mohican at Kung Fu Necktie (8pm, 21+, tickets available at door)

Matthew E. White at Johnny Brenda’s (9:30pm, 21+, $12)

Cold Roses at The M Room (7pm, 21+, $8)

Adrien Reju at The Tin Angel (8:30pm, $12)



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