Bringing back the good ol’ battle of the bands-style competition, Bridging the Music is hosting a local music showcase on November 25th at The Blockley. Participating bands will have the opportunity to win a bunch of great prizes, including studio recording time and a headlining show at The Blockley. Tickets are $8, available here; get more information here. Below, watch The Chelsea Kills’ HotBox Session video for “I Fall Out” and check out the full line-up for the showcase.
The Chelsea Kills
Singer-songwriter Lauryn Peacock has the range of a musician whose been playing her whole life. Peacock’s musician career started when she began playing piano at age three, followed by a sint singing in a choir and playing synths in a punk band before studying guitar with Wilco‘s Jeff Tweedy and touring with the indie band mewithoutYou. Now Peacock is concentrating on her solo folk career and will be joined by fellow female acoustic crooner Catherine Prewitt for a show at The Fire tonight. The line-up features support by Joshua Fletcher and Caleb Spaulding & the Historical Society. Tickets for the 18+ show are available for $8 here. Watch the music video for Lauryn Peacock’s song “January” in the player below.
San Francisco rockers The Brian Jonestown Massacre‘s sound has been described as everything from neo-psychedelia to folk rock to shoegaze. Therefore, it is not surprising that a band whose name comes from combing original Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones’ name with the mass cult suicide in Jonestown, Guyana would have a pretty eclectic sound, to say the least. The band will be bringing their eclectic vibes to Philly for an all ages show at Union Transfer tonight with support by Minnesota band Magic Castles. Doors open at 8PM and the show starts at 9PM. Tickets are available here for $20.
Finally, Philly band The Chelsea Kills are bringing their old-school rock & roll sound to North Star Bar tonight. The all-ages show features support by Tallhart, Belle Histoire, and Fast Car. the show starts at 7PM and tickets are available here for $10. Listen to the band’s album Sick Boy below.