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Photos: Darwin Deez, Laser Background and Caged Animals at Johnny Brenda’s

Dawrin Deez | Photo by Laura Jane Brubaker | laurajanebrubaker.tumblr.com
Dawrin Deez | Photo by Laura Jane Brubaker | laurajanebrubaker.tumblr.com

All photos by Laura Jane Brubaker | laurajanebrubaker.tumblr.com

It was kind of like a psychedelic party Wednesday night at Johnny Brenda’s between the lively and idiosyncratic Darwin Deez, the groovy downbeat Brooklyn combo Caged Animals, and Philly’s own Laser Background, who were celebrating the release of their LP Super Future Montage (read more here). Check out photos from the show in the gallery below.

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Darwin Deez at the First Unitarian Church, The Cave Singers at Johnny Brenda’s, Living Colour at The Keswick

PartyOnDarwinIndie rockers Darwin Deez play the First Unitarian Church tonight.  The Asheville, North Carolina band formed in New York City in 2009, feeling at home at the Sidewalk Cafe, a launching pad for off-beat pop acts including Kimya Dawson and Adam Green.  The band released their self-titled debut of upbeat, dance-along tracks shortly after in 2010.  Now the Darwin Smith-led quirk pop outfit are working the road for sophomore effort Songs For Imaginative People, released via Lucky Number in February.  Tickets and information for tonight’s all-ages show at the First Unitarian Church with Caged Animals and Cheers Elephant can be found here.  Watch the video for Darwin Deez’s “Free (The Editorial Me)” below.

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