New York experimental rock five-piece Guerilla Toss released its second full-length, GT ULTRA, back in June, and tonight the band brings the noise to PhilaMOCA. With warped synthesizer psychedelics and barreling dance rhythms, the band pivots between funk, punk and drove, with dynamic frontperson Kassie Carlson leading the fray Tickets to the all-ages show are still available, more information can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar.
XPN’s Artist to Watch for the Month of November is Lukas Nelson, and tonight he headlines Union Transfer. This week, Nelson sat down with The Key’s A.D. Amorosi for a wide-reaching conversation that touches on finding his voice by backing Neil Young, the process behind the new album with his own band Promise of the Real, and collaborating with his famous father, Willie Nelson. Read the full interview here, and get tickets and more information on the show at the XPN Concert Calendar.
Nashville rock trio Bully returns to town tonight to headline the First Unitarian Church with support from Aye Nako. Last month, the band released its sophomore album, Losinghere, on Sub Pop Records. Listen to “Running” below and get tickets and info on the show .
RunHideFight at Johnny Brenda’s (9 p.m., $25, 21+)
Justin Townes Earle at Arden Gild Hall (8 p.m., $37, all ages)
Circadian Rhythms at The Pharmacy (7 p.m., $7, all ages)
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