Tonight’s Concert Picks: Queue at Steel City Coffee, Hezekiah Jones at The Ardmore Music Hall, and Dead Milkmen at Clark Park

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Queue | photo by Rebecca Aronow | via artist’s Facebook page

We were introduced to these then-Philly scene newcomers last year. Since then, five-piece outfit Queue has been making the moves. Recently, they debuted a live wire single, “Frontier.” It’s an an electric, gauzy track that doesn’t let up in energy. Listen below, and then check out the band live at Steel City Coffee tonight; info on tickets can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar.

Hezekiah Jones will be bringing their folky pop sounds to The Ardmore Music Hall tonight. After the band’s latest EP Har Har Har was released last year, we were treated to the single  “If You Harden on the Inside” a few months back. Listen to Hezekiah Jones’ more electro avenue below, then check out info on tickets for tonight’s show here.

The Dead Milkmen are playing a sick hometown gig tonight at Clark Park for the Clark Mark Music and Arts Festival. It’s a free show (woo!) and will also feature the likes of instrumental supergroup I Think Like Midnight, which includes Milkmen’s very own, Dean Clean and Joe Jack Talcum, The Trolleyvox’s Andrew Chalfen, and The Heyward Howkins Band’s Josh Newman. The festival will also feature West Philadelphia Orchestra, American Dinosaur, Rockers Galore, and more. Find more info on the show here.

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