New Zealand-based musical mainstay Neil Finn has gone more experimental than ever before. The singer/songwriter (and Crowded House co-founder) released his latest album, Dizzy Heights in February, and the album features just a little bit of everything. Sounds of airplanes flying overhead, whistling, synthesizers and groovy guitar lines are interwoven in a somehow cohesive 11-song LP. Though the musician’s known for his unique sound, his latest takes it to a new level. Finn plays tonight at Keswick Theater with openers Midlake who performed a Free at Noon today. Tonight’s show starts at 7 p.m. and the $35 tickets can be purchased here.
It’s high fashion runway music meets indie rock. Loaded with 80s synths, experimental instrumentation and clean vocals, Work Drugs has an unable to be replicated. Tonight, they play at Boot & Saddle. Yesterday, the band released its latest single,”Half Love,” off its newest album Insurgents. Check out the single below and catch them at tonight’s show starting at 8 p.m. The $10 tickets can be purchased here.
Tonight’s show at The M Room isn’t your typical concert. Five musicians are coming together, adding a few loop pedals, and creating new music right in front of the audience. The looper lineup includes Angela Sheik, Brian “Fitzy” Fitzgerald, Amber Ladd, Rob Melso and Andrew Donaghey. Tonight’s show starts at $7 and the $10 tickets can be purchased at the door.
World/Inferno Friendship Society at World Café Live Wilmington (8:00 p.m., $15)
Tin Horses at Ortlieb’s (9:00 p.m., $6)