Tonight’s Concert Picks: Radiator Hospital at PhilaMOCA, Carolyn Thorn at Milkboy, Mac DeMarco at the Electric Factory and more…

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Radiator Hospital | Photo by Rachel Barrish | rachelbarrish.com

Radiator Hospital return to PhilaMOCA tonight for their first local show since November. The Philly project of Sam Cook-Parrott released its latest LP Wedding Album in February, which features “old songs, new songs, borrowed songs and blue songs” including “Singer’s No Star” below. Pick up tickets for the all-ages show with The Spook School, Bent Shapes and Littler here.

Local singer-songwriter Carolyn Thorn performs at MilkBoy, opening for Dylan Jane and Meghann Wright & The Sure Thing. The Temple University graduate released her debut EP Own Head in 2014, and is currently working on an LP at Turtle Studios. Watch her perform “Whole” below and pick up tickets for the 21+ show here.

Ultimate slacker-rock artist Mac DeMarco headlines the Electric Factory. The Canadian musician is touring in support of last year’s Another One mini-album, the critically acclaimed follow-up to 2014’s Salad Days. He recently teamed up with his sometimes-keyboardist Jon Lent for a cover of “I Was a Fool to Care” by James Taylor, which you can check out below. Pick up tickets for the show here.

Also playing:

Mannequin Pussy at Everybody Hits (8:30 p.m., AA, $10)

Cage the Elephant at The Mann Skyline Stage (6:00 p.m., AA, $45)

The Chip Breakers at Bourbon & Branch (7:00 p.m., 21+, $10)

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