Tonight’s Concert Picks: mewithoutYou at TLA; Slaughter Beach, Dog at the First Unitarian Church

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In recent years, Upper Darby art punk favorites mewithoutYou have toured in celebration of every milestone they’ve hit — this time it’s the 15th anniversary of [A–>B] Life, and they’ve hit the road to play the album in its entirety. Tonight’s stop at the TLA also includes a performance from Pianos Become The Teeth. Last time mewithoutYou played a show in town was for the 15th anniversary of Brother, Sister — read The Key’s review here. Find tickets and more information on tonight’s show on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Philly’s favorite record label Lame-O is celebrating its 5th birthday with a super-stacked gig full of Philly favorites at the First Unitarian Church tonight. Slaughter Beach, Dog, the project of Modern Baseball’s Jake Ewald, headlines the show following last month’s release of debut album BirdieShannen Moser, Cherry and No Thank You also play. Lame-O will be collecting donations for Philabundance at the door — find more info on what to bring here. Before the big show, Lame-O is holding acoustic performances and a pop-up shop in the church’s side chapel — find more info on the very-limited-space event here. Listen to Slaughter Beach, Dog’s Key Studio Session below, and find tickets and more information on the show the XPN Concert Calendar.

 

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