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Tonight’s Concert Pick: Mark Mulcahy at World Cafe Live

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Folk-pop singer-songwriter Mark Mulcahy (ex-Miracle Legion) will reflect on life, love, and loss through his music tonight at World Cafe Live. His eight year hiatus following the tragic loss of his wife ended last year with the release of Dear Mark J. Mulcahy, I Love You, a record that finds the Connecticut native exhibiting resilience through both spirited and somber tracks. Watch him perform “She Makes the World Turn Backwards” below and get tickets here.

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Small Black at Morgan’s Pier, Mark Mulcahy at Johnny Brenda’s

small blackBrooklyn-based indie-rock outfit Small Black are what most people nowadays are referring to as “chillwave.” A somewhat self-explanatory genre, it falls somewhere between contemporary dream-pop and classic shoegaze, relying heavily on filtered vocals and ambient effects. And even though the New York quartet might not like to label themselves as such, they certainly do seem to fit the description nicely, adding danceable beats and racing tempos to the mix. Catch them at Morgans Pier tonight, for a free, 21+ show. Their latest album, Limits of Desire, is now out on Jagjaguwar. Check out the video for the song “No Stranger”, off that release, below, and find info for their Morgans Pier show here.

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