XPN and The Key welcome Mason Porter to the Ardmore Music Hall tonight. The West Chester folk band has been the subject of this week’s Unlocked feature for their new record Home for the Harvest, and they will be celebrating the LP’s release at tonight’s show. The record is close-knit and intimate, with the trio and their contributing percussionists creating an escape from hectic, technology-focused city life and you can be sure the live performance will be the same. Tickets and information for the show with Sean Hoots can be found here.
Endor Endor plays Johnny Brenda’s tonight. The South Jersey outfit, formed around musician and ubiquitos bandmate Tom Ryan, creates atmospheric post-rock along the lines of Explosions in the Sky or instrumental Sigur Ros. Endor Endor released their debut album Home last year, and you stream it via SoundClound here. Tickets and information for the 21+ show with Drone Ranger and Mohican can be found here.
Folkadelphia presents Andrea Tomasi at the Random Tea Room tonight. The Vermont native released a debut record last year that Folkadelphia’s Fred Knittel described as “jaw-dropping” and “gorgeous.” She’ll be joined tonight by her friend Johanna Warren and local musician Abi Reimold. More information can be found on the Facebook event page here.
Marco Benevento at the Arden Gild Hall (8:00 p.m., all ages, $22)
Ex-Friends at The M Room (8:00 p.m., 21+, $10)
Mirah with Divers at Boot & Saddle (8:00 p.m., 21+, $15)
XPN welcomes Bela Fleck at the Merriam Theater (8:00 p.m., all ages, $30-$60)