Tonight’s Concert Picks: Slaughter Beach, Dog at Johnny Brenda’s, Hoots and Hellmouth at Boot and Saddle, plus more

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Slaughter Beach, Dog | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN

Jake Ewald’s side project Slaughter Beach, Dog has been churning out a ton of material lately. From the Motorcycle.jpg EP to a new single off his upcoming record, to his recent rocking off of socks at this week’s The Key Studio Sessions — there’s a ton of music gold to delve into. Seriously, please feast your ears upon the drawn-out, jam-fest of a performance of “104 Degrees.” It’s just too gosh dang good. And if you’re as taken with these tunes as I am, go see them live tonight at Johnny Brenda’s as well as sets from Shannen Moser and No Thank You. Find info on tickets here, and listen to the single, “Gold and Green” below.

Percussion great, 80s solo star, frequent Prince collaborator — Sheila E is a lot of things. The legend recently provided percussion on a smattering of projects, including with Hans Zimmer, and also is slated to release a new crowdfunded album titled ICONIC soon. And tonight she’ll be headlining at The Dell Music Center. Find info on the show here, and listen to the throwback “The Glamorous Life” below.

As a follow-up to last year’s In The Trees Where I Can See The Forest, rootsy rockers Hoots and Hellmouth recently debuted their new EP, Uneasy Pieces. It’s full of grand, all-encompassing, soulful sounds — and you can experience it live tonight at Boot and Saddle, as they perform their last summer residency show. Find info on tickets here, and listen to “The Down Part of Town” below.

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