The main project of singer / songwriter Rachel Brown is Field Mouse, and the Philly / Brooklyn project takes to the stage of PhilaMOCA tonight to rock your face off since it’s Labor Day weekend and you probably don’t have to go to work tomorrow. (If you do have work – I’m sorry. But it’s going to be a great show and you should go anyway.) The band put out its record Hold Still Life last year; listen to “Tomorrow is Yesterday” below and get tickets and more information on the show at its Facebook Event Page.
Call em indie folk, call em indie rock, call em a great band that likes cello arrangements; Philly’s Rosu Lup made an impression with its debut EP Currentsthe XPN Concert Calendar and is gearing up to bring some new music into the world this fall / winter. The band played Key Fest this spring, punctuating their set with an ace cover of Sharon Van Etten’s “Everytime The Sun Comes Up,” which they’ll hopefully reprise tonight at Bourbon and Branch. Tickets and information on the show can be found at .
Kentucky singer-songwriter Joan Shelley appeared on the Folkadelphia Sessions this week, and host Fred Knittel said her Over and Even (out via No Quarter Records) is one of the best records of 2015. Tonight she brings it to the World Cafe Live stage. Download her session below and get tickets and info on the show here.