Tonight’s Concert Picks: American Babies at Ardmore Music Hall, The Spring Standards at Arden Gild Hall, Boog at Steel City Coffeehouse

 Photo by Skylar Carfi courtesy of the artist
Photo by Skylar Carfi | courtesy of the artist

Philly guitarist and songwriter Tom Hamilton has worked with forward-thinking jammers Brothers Past, Disco Biscuits and Kurt Vile, and tonight he brings his long-running American Babies project to Ardmore Music Hall. It’s always been an eclectic group, drawing on the fringes of CSNY-esque folk to Built to Spill style indie rock. Its latest, An Epic Battle Between Light and Dark, comes out March 18th via Royal Potato Family, and tonight American Babies light up Ardmore Music Hall. Tickets and more information can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar. Listen to the new song “synth driver” below.

NYC art-pop group Spring Standards have roots in Arden, Delaware, and each Boxing Day they return home for a gig at Arden Gild Hall that last year was captured in the Live From Delaware concert film. Check out the video for “Watch The Moon Disappear” below and get more information on the show here.

Gritty folk soloist Boog has always been a curious and compelling figure in the local music community, and tonight he performs in the mix at Steel City Coffeehouse. Get more information on the show here and check out his “Peaks and Valleys” demo below.

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