Seattle pop-punk quartet Tacoat headlines Underground Arts tonight. The group produces music reminiscent of the 90’s riot grrrl feminist music movement that also originated in Washington State. Supporting Tacocat will be Daddy issues, Queen of Jeans, and Pouty all bands that dabble in their own unique genres that fall somewhere on the spectrum of grunge, pop and punk. Most recently, Tacocat released their third studio album Lost Time in April of 2016 with the label, Hardly Art. Take a look at their ultraviolet video for “Talk” from their new record. For more info on this 21+ event, head to the XPN Concert Calendar.
Tonight at Johnny Brenda’s, British Indie-rocker Barns Courtney will be playing with fellow UK native Tom Odell. Courtney is fairly new to the scene as a singer/songwriter, but is a veteran indie/punk performer having fronted bands like SleeperCell and Dive Bella. His first track released as a solo artist in 2015, “Glitter and Gold,” received airplay on BBC and some American rock radio stations. He started gaining more momentum in America after his track “Fire” was used in the American Film Burnt, which features big names like Bradley Cooper and Uma Thurman. Come to Fishtown tonight to check out Courtney for yourself. If you can’t make it to this show, Courtney is currently on a tour that will bring him back to Philly for a show at the Fillmore on November 12th with Fitz and The Tantrums. Tonight’s show is 21+, for more information click here.
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