Tonight’s Concert Picks: Kississippi at Everybody Hits, EIGHT at PhilaMOCA, Maitland at The Pharmacy, and more

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Kississippi | photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | jeremy-zim.com

Philly fave Kississippi brings dreamy indie-pop to Everybody Hits tonight. Fresh off a tour supporting Young and Heartless, tonight’s show will kick off Kississippi’s headlining tour with Fern Mayo. Don’t miss Zoe Reynolds’ folky vocals layered with shoegazey, bedroom pop vibes before they set out. More info can be found here; watch Kississippi wow the crowd with their performance of “Indigo” at last year’s XPoNential Fest below.

Philly super trio Eight is stopping by PhilaMOCA tonight for the Earth Signs art exhibit. Eight consists of Mimi Gallagher, of Year of Glad and NONA; Cat Park of Amanda X; and Pat Brier of Three Man Cannon and Queen Jesus. So yes, Eight is pretty goshdang talented. Find more info on the show here and jam to Eight’s recent Studio Session below.

For some beautiful, folky tunes, look no further than Maitland at The Pharmacy tonight. Originally the duo of singer-songwriter, Josh Hines, and Evan Moffatt, Maitland now performs as a four-piece, adding depth to the soothing melodies. Find more info on tickets here. Listen to Maitland perform “Mother’s Touch” for The Key’s Studio Session below.

Also Playing:
Ariana Grande at Wells Fargo Center (7:30 pm, all ages, $29.95-$199.95)

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