Tonight’s Concert Picks: Diane Coffee at Boot & Saddle, Olivia Neutron John at PhilaMOCA, The Lawsuits farewell show at Underground Arts, and more

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Diane Coffee | Photo by Noah Silvestry | silvestography.com

XPN Fest alums Diane Coffee bring their glam-rock sound and theatrical aesthetic to Boot & Saddle tonight. The full-band project of Foxygen drummer Shaun Fleming, Diane Coffee released a new 7″, Peel, a few weeks ago, and they’ve brought Canadian indie pop act Peach Pit along on this tour, too. Watch their performance of “Everyday” from the 2016 XPoNential Music Festival below, and find tickets and more information on tonight’s show on the XPN Concert Calendar.

EMA and The Blow have teamed up to take over PhilaMOCA together tonight, but the opening act of Olivia Neutron-John makes it really worth getting to the gig. There’s a reason the co-headliners are calling it the Power Convergence Tour, which is only added to by the addition of Neutron-John, whose psychedelic bedroom pop is out of this world. Listen to “Vulnerability” below and find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.

The time has come for Philly rockers The Lawsuits to part ways, but not before they play their farewell show tonight at Underground Arts. The band announced recently that they’d be dissolving due to “unforeseen circumstances,” but they encourage fans to bid them farewell and celebrate their music with tonight’s last hurrah. The gig is headlined by Chris Kasper. Read more about the end of The Lawsuits here, and find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Also playing:

Bob Dylan at Tower Theater

Birdie Busch at Germantown Espresso Bar
No Age at Everybody Hits

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