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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Murchant at Puck, Les Professionnels with Telequanta at MilkBoy, Lockets with Turning Violet Violet at Safety Meeting, Sara Watkins with Field Report at the New Hope Winery, Chill Moody at Hard Rock Cafe

MurchantAnnachristie Sadler brings her new project Murchant to Puck Live in Doylestown tonight.  Formerly one third of local folk collaborators Sisters 3, Sadler’s musical history includes backing up Hoots & Hellmouth and Hezekiah Jones, as well as recording a handful of full-lengths with her sibling bandmates.  With Murchant, though, Sadler takes a turn from the three-part indie pop/folk harmonies of Sisters 3 and instead lends her soaring vocals to more mystical, acoustic arrangements.  Tickets and information for tonight’s 21+ show with Reverend TJ McGlinchey can be found here.  Watch Murchant perform in the NYC metro below.

Murchant – AnnaChristie Sadler from Luciana Botelho on Vimeo.

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Meet Annachristie Sadler’s new project Murchant on the G Line of the NYC Metro (she plays Puck on 3/22)

MurchantWith her old family band Sisters 3 somewhat in a state of dormancy, singer and songwriter Annachristie Sadler launched a new solo project this year that she’s calling Murchant. With a recent appearance at The Tin Angel under her belt the other week – and an upcoming show on Marc 22 at Puck in Doylestown with Rev. T.J. McGlilnchey – today we find Murchant in the Metropolitan Avenue-Grand Street stop of the G Line on New York City’s Metro system. Videographer Luciana Botelho stumbled upon Sadler busking, strumming in a fervent manner and singing in her distinctivly elastic voice, and shot a video of her performing a song; check it out here, and find more information on Murchant’s Puck date here.

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Veronica Falls at Johnny Brenda’s, Obits with Creepoid at Underground Arts, Aaron and the Spell at The Tin Angel

VeronicaSlumberland / Bella Union artists Veronica Falls hit Johnny Brenda’s tonight.  The London-based four piece are indie pop born and bred, having come together after three members (two from Sexy Kids and one from Your Twenties) met at a Comet Gain show.  Now touring in support of their second full-length Waiting for Something to Happen, Veronica Falls got their start releasing gothy / punk-pop singles on Brooklyn’s Captured Tracks label.  The current LP, however, is much brighter sounding than the early efforts with a Pale Saints-esque shoegaze quality.  Tickets and information for tonight’s 21+ show with Cold Showers and Juan Wauters can be found here.  Watch their video for “Teenage” off of Waiting below.

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