Tonight’s Concert Picks: Slowdive at Union Transfer, Arkells at Underground Arts, Plaque Marks at Kung Fu Necktie, and more

Slowdive | photo by Ingrid Pop | courtesy of the artist
Slowdive | photo by Ingrid Pop | courtesy of the artist

Slowdive, a perenniel 90s shoegaze favorite, is back on tour after releasing their first album in 22 years. The band hits the Union Transfer stage to show off their spaced out dreampop sound, which is still solid after their long hiatus. Listen to the self-titled new record below and get tickets and more information on the show at the XPN Concert Calendar.

Arkells have established themselves as one of the premiere live rock performers in today’s music landscape. Their work ethic and rigorous and tour schedule is admirable and they are taking their pop-rock act to Underground Arts tonight. The band has been on a very illustrious North American tour for their 2016 release Morning Report and was one of the highlights of XPNFest 2017, so the Underground Arts gig is a can’t miss. More info and tickets can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar 

Philly punks Plaque Marks ares bringing the noise to Kung Fu Necktie after releasing a killer six-song album called Anxiety Driven Nervous Worship. Made up of scene vets from Creepoid, Ecstatic Vision and more, Plaque Marks career is still in its early stages, but they are definitely ones to watch. Cop tix on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Also Playing:

Settled Arrows at Ortlieb’s 



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