Tonight’s Concert Picks: Hurry at Boot and Saddle, Anjuli Josephine at Tin Angel, A Fistful of Sugar at World Cafe Live and more

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Photo by Madeleine Lesperance

Boot and Saddle welcomes local bands Hurry, Dreambook, and Mock Suns to its stage tonight. Hurry just released a new single “Oh Whitney”, which you can stream below, from their upcoming LP Everything/Nothing. The band is the solo product of Matt Scottoline of emo four-piece Everyone Everywhere. Dreambook released Only Shadows last year which features their signature distorted guitar sounds and layered drum beats. Psych-pop headliners Mock Suns released their debut album Here Nor There back in 2012. All three acts are lo-fi dream pop-oriented with a splash of something unique. Get tickets here and check out tracks from the bands below.

Anjuli Josephine will play at Tin Angel tonight. The Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter sounds like a quirky Motown princess as she spices up her pop songs with old school blues melodies much like contemporaries Ingrid Michaelson and Sara Bareilles. Check out her Key Studio Session from last year and “New Love” below. Get tickets here.

Local folksy-bluegrass band A Fistful of Sugar will take to the World Cafe Live tonight to celebrate the release of their new record Perspicacity. Their bluegrass-based sound is mixed with folk and a bit of pop. Listen to “Brother, Brother” from their new album below and get tickets here.

Also playing…

Up The Chain at Burlap and Bean (8:00 p.m., $10)

Joey Sweeney at Ortlieb’s (8:00 p.m., FREE)