Tonight’s Concert Picks: Protomartyr at Underground Arts, BC Camplight at Ortlieb’s, Suburban Living at Bourbon and Branch, and more…

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Protomartyr | photo by Zak Bratto | courtesy of the artist
Protomartyr | photo by Zak Bratto | courtesy of the artist

Post-punk band Protomartyr is at Underground Arts tonight with support from Priests and Taiwan Housing Project. The band, who is often compared to Wire and The Fall, is on tour to promote their most recent record, The Agent Intellect. More information here.

Brian Christinzio, a.k.a. BC Camplight, will be playing at Ortlieb’s tonight. The Philly singer-songwriter will be there to perform songs from his 2015 album, How To Die In The North. Also performing will be Rosali. More information here.

Philly indie rock band Suburban Living is playing Bourbon and Branch tonight with Cheerleader and Surf Rock Is Dead. A project of vocalist Wesley Bunch, Suburban Living performs electronic dream pop in the same vein of New Order or The Drums. For more information, follow the link here.

Also playing:

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band at the Wells Fargo Center (7:30 p.m., AA, $68-150)

Brandi Carlile at The Borgata (8:00 p.m., 21+, $46-66)

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