Tonight’s Concert Picks: Cayetana at Philly Music Fest, Jay Som at the First Unitarian Church, David Bromberg at Sherman Theater

By
Cayetana | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN | racheldelsordophotography.com
Cayetana | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN | racheldelsordophotography.com

The Philly Music Fest kicks off tonight at World Cafe Live with Cayetana headlining a night of Philly music, from Kississippi to West Philly Orchestra and more. Cayetana’s latest album, New Kind of Normal, is one of the year’s highlights, with the South Philly power trio expanding the range of its sonic palette, from slow burners to charging ragers. Watch the video for “Bus Ticket” below and get tickets and more info on the festival here.

This spring, Bay Area indie rocker Melina Duterte returned with the second album from her project Jay Som; released on Anti- Records, Everything Works is a moving collection of songs that dabbles in fuzz pedal rock, resplendent dream pop and even a few smooth grooves. The band appears tonight at the First Unitarian Church, and tickets are still available; more information here. Watch them perform “Baybee” for the Indie Rock Hit Parade below.

Perennial fave David Bromberg has a central Pennsylvania gig tonight at the Sherman Theater in Harrisburg. We most recently saw the singer / guitarist / violin player / Bob Dylan collaborator at XPN Fest this summer.

Comments

comments



Comments are closed.