Tonight’s Concert Picks: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony at TLA, Caroline Rose at Union Transfer, Dan Kassel at Melodies Cafe and more

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Veteran hip-hop four-piece Bone Thugs-N-Harmony will play at the TLA tonight. Bone Thugs have been relatively quiet lately aside from September’s catchy “Everything 100″ single release that has kept fans eagerly anticipating a new LP. They’ve always been melodic enough for the radio and gritty enough for the streets; a recipe that shot them to stardom in the mid-’90s. Watch “Everything 100″ below and get tickets here.

Union Transfer welcomes singer-songwriter Caroline Rose to its stage. Rose’s debut album America Religious rides a wave of genres influenced by her Northern and Southern heritage. She describes it as “a bluejean rock-meets-gospel-meets-blues-meets-alternative record”. Watch “America Religious” and get tickets here.

Philly’s Dan Kassel will play at Ardmore’s Melodies Cafe tonight. Formerly one-half of the electronic duo Beem & Deem, Kassel released his solo debut album Bloom last year. His Indian-influenced cello-centered instrumental music is airy, serene, and beautifully crafted. Check out his Key Studio Session from last year and get tickets here.

Also playing…

Grant Lee Phillips at Tin Angel (8:30 p.m., $20)