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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Trombone Shorty at the TLA, Tutlie at Bourbon and Branch and Crocodiles at Boot & Saddle

Trombone Shorty | Photo by Michelle Montgomery | www.michellemontgomeryphotography.com
Trombone Shorty | Photo by Michelle Montgomery | www.michellemontgomeryphotography.com

Okay, so obviously Made in America is today, but not everybody has tickets to that. So as far as OTHER concerts to check out, Trombone Shorty is a good one. A ridiculously talented trombone and trumpet player from New Orleans, Shortly writes music that can really be defined in about a billion different genres, including rap, funk, jazz, and rock. You can buy tickets to his show here. Check out the video below of the band performing in New Orleans, which, by the way, will blow your freaking mind. Continue reading →

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Preview tonight’s all-new Indie Rock Hit Parade! (and recap last week’s show)

Of Montreal by Patrick Heagney
Of Montreal by Patrick Heagney

We’ve got a very eclectic mix of new tracks to get to on tonight’s Indie Rock Hit Parade. Tune in at 10p for your own personal journey of music discovery. Don’t forget your pith helmet. Here are just a few of the tracks you’ll hear in the mix tonight:

Crocodiles – “Teardrop Guitar” Video from stereogum on Vimeo.

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Crocodiles premiere new music video, playing Johnny Brenda’s this Friday

Post-punk revivalists from sunny San Diego, Crocodiles released a new music video for the title track off their third LP, Endless Flowers. The video is a smoky sensation embodying the 1980’s, rolled up into oddities resembling The Rocky Horror Picture Show. R5 productions presents Crocodiles with Nothing at Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 North Frankford Ave., Fri. July 13 at 9:30 p.m. Admission to the 21+ is $12.

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Watch a video teaser and download a song from Nothing (playing Johnny Brenda’s this Friday)

Philadelphia psychedelic shoegazers Nothing have a calm, sultry sound that is comforting and hopeful in times of stress and loneliness. Steadily flourishing over the past year, they are set to release their third EP, Downward Years to Come, sometime this summer. They released the title track in April, and you can download it below for free. Bands in the Backyard is currently working on the music video for this song; check out their teaser below as well. Nothing opens for Crocodiles this Friday at Johnny Brenda’s. The 9:30 PM show is 21+ , purchase your tickets here.