Philly punks Restorations will play tonight at Boot & Saddle. The five-piece will likely play some tunes off of its latest album, LP2, released last April, but according to the band’s Facebook page, they have some new songs in store for the audience. The Holy Mess and Dogs on Acid are also on the bill. The 21+ show will start at 8:30 p.m.; tickets cost $12 and can be purchased here.
Boston legends Mission of Burma play tonight with Philly indie-rock favorites Bleeding Rainbow at First Unitarian Church. Mission of Burma is currently on a short East Coast tour that started last Thursday, and the 80s post-punk band is an acknowledged influence on Bleeding Rainbow, who have gained national recognition of their recent singles “Images” and “So You Know.” The show starts at 8:30, and the $15 tickets can be purchased here.
A local punk triple threat will be coming to Union Transfer tonight. Philly bands Trophy Wife and Purling Hiss will be joining Pissed Jeans. Trophy Wife, who just recorded a Studio Session with The Key this week, is wrapping up a tour and working on a third album, according to the band’s blog. Pissed Jeans and Purling Hiss, however, are in the midst of a small East Coast tour with a stop in Brooklyn after their Philly show. Tickets for tonight’s show are $15 and can be purchased here.
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RJD2 at Chameleon Club (8:00 p.m., 18+, $18-$20)
Galactic with Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires at the Electric Factory (8:30 p.m., $38.35)