Tonight’s Concert Picks: Literature at Johnny Brenda’s, Benjamin Booker at World Cafe Live, and Merchandise at First Unitarian Church

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Literature | Photo by Eric Schuman
Literature | Photo by Eric Schuman
Philly indie pop foursome Literature will play Johnny Brenda’s tonight. The group’s classic 60’s style pop has been building buzz after the release of their sophomore album Chorus back in August, snagging attention from the likes of Stereogum and Pitchfork who commended them for their fresh take on a classic genre. The group’s quirky music is sure to entertain tonight. For more information on tonight’s show, check out the XPN Concert Calendar. Watch them perform their song “Cincinnati” on a Ferris wheel below.

New Orleans-based singer/songwriter Benjamin Booker will perform this evening at World Cafe Live. After being endorsed by Jack White, Booker’s bluesy-rock jams have been moving up in the music realm ever since. Tonight’s show is bound to be filled with contagious energy so be sure to make it out. For more information, click here. Watch his engaging performance of his song “Have You Seen My Son” below.

All-genre-encompassing outfit Merchandise plays tonight at First Unitarian Church. The Tampa, Fl. based group aims to make it as difficult as possible to be put into boxes and succeeded in doing so with their psychedelic punk-pop 80’s sound. Watch their spacey video for “Telephone” below. For more information on tonight’s show, head to the XPN Concert Calendar.

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