Tonight’s Concert Picks: DIIV at Underground Arts, Spelling Reform at Johnny Brenda’s, Joseph Arthur at Tin Angel

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DIIV | Photo by Chiaro Tiso | courtesy of the artist
DIIV | Photo by Chiaro Tiso | courtesy of the artist

Brooklyn outfit DIIV have spent 2016 making a resurgence after releasing their sophomore effort Is The Is Are in February, their first album since 2012’s debut. They’ll bring the shoegazy rock songs to Underground Arts tonight for a show with Moon King. Watch “Mire (Grant’s Song)” below and pick up tickets for the 21+ show here.

Spelling Reform host a record release show at Johnny Brenda’s tonight with friends Night Windows and Cherry. The local indie rockers premiered their debut LP No One’s Ever Changed earlier this week, a collection of songs about the difficulty of making decisions. Stream “Expiration Date” below and pick up tickets for the 21+ show here.

Joseph Arthur returns to the Tin Angel tonight for what may be his final performance at the Old City venue. The intimate upstairs space is a perfect match for Arthur’s solo music that is at once bold and vulnerable, most recently put on display via this year’s The Family LP (his fourteenth). Watch “You Keep Hanging On” below and pick up tickets for the concert here.

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