Tonight’s Concert Picks: Spacin’ at Everybody Hits, Julia Rainer at Kung Fu Necktie, Field Mouse at First Unitarian and more

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Photo via facebook.com/spacintheband
Photo via facebook.com/spacintheband

Philly’s Spacin’, whose frontman is Jason Killinger of Birds of Maya, are ready to take 2016 by storm with a new album titled Total Freedom. The band will debut the record tonight at Everybody Hits! They have released their first single off the album “Titchy” — which you can listen to below. For more information on tonight’s show, go to the XPN Concert Calendar.

Julia Rainer is a local singer-songwriter who has earned her chops touring consistently in the Philly and surrounding area. Known for her dark, emotional lyrics, Rainer combines elements of blues, soul and folk with a skill few possess. You can see her live tonight at Kung Fu Necktie in support of West Philadelphia’s Whaler; click here for more information on the show.

Philly / Brooklyn-based indie outfit Field Mouse released their latest LP, the cleverly-titled Hold Still Life back in 2014. The album was a cohesive and impressive album full of infectious indie-pop tracks which contained pieces of everything from punk to dream pop and shoegaze. Tonight they are set to open for what may be one of the best lineups of the year at First Unitarian Church which features Beach Slang and Tim Kasher (Cursive, The Good Life). For more information or to grab tickets to tonight’s concert, click here.

Also Playing:

Sonnder at World Cafe Live (8 p.m., $10, all ages)

Howlish at Boot and Saddle (8:30 p.m., $10, 21+)

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