Tonight’s Concert Picks: Angel Olsen at Union Transfer, Elephant Stone at Underground Arts, Sports at PhilaMOCA

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Angel Olsen | photo by Jeremy Zimmerman for WXPN

If you caught Angel Olsen‘s mesmerizing set at XPN Fest this summer, or even if you didn’t, chances are you’ll want to snag a last-minute ticket to the singer-songwriter’s headlining show at Union Transfer tonight. Olsen’s playing two nights in Philly, but tomorrow’s show is already sold out. White Magic opens both shows. Olsen’s 2016 release My Woman was voted one of The Key’s top albums last year, and she followed it up this year with Phases, a collection of rarities and B-sides. Watch Angel Olsen’s video for “Special” below and find tickets and more information on tonight’s show on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Montreal psych rockers Elephant Stone released their latest LP Ship of Fools last year, and tonight they can be see at Underground Arts with support from Philly rock outfit Groovy Movies. The band, helmed by internationally-recognized sitar master Rishi Dhir, combines traditional Indian musical influences with retro psychedelia and contemporary indie rock sounds. Listen to “See The Light” below and find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Now that the confusion’s been cleared up as to which Sports band is which (the Philly one recently changed its name), we can confidently welcome the reigning Sports to town. The Oklahoma pop outfit plays PhilaMOCA tonight, along with Brooklyn-based experimental project Soft Glas. Sports’ latest release is 2016’s People Can’t Stop Chillin. Watch the video for “You Are The Right One” below and find tickets and more information on tonight’s show on the XPN Concert Calendar.

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