Tonight’s Concert Picks: Grayling at The Fire, The Faint at The Trocadero, Crystal Castles at TLA and more

Grayling | photo by Kim Woodcock | courtesy of the artist

Tonight, The Fire in Northern Liberties hosts emo-pop outfit Grayling. What started out as the independent project of frontwoman Lexi Campion has now turned into a four-person full time band. Grayling’s recent debut EP, Everything That Burns, dropped back in April. Tonight they play with Honeytiger, Zack Daniel, The Disgruntled Sherpa Project, and Foxster. If your music taste lies anywhere along the super versatile spectrum of indie/alternative music then be sure to get a ticket for this 21+ show that will have something for everyone. Check out Grayling’s studio session with The Key from earlier this week here. Continue reading →

Support for The Key Studio Sessions, from Dogfish Head

Download a remix of The Faint’s “Evil Voices” (playing at The Troc on Thursday)

Indie-dance band The Faint, who are currently touring in support of a reissue of 2001’s Danse Macabre (including a stop at The Troc this week), surprised fans with an exclusive tour EP featuring four new songs, their first fresh material since 2008’s Fasciinatiion. Yesterday the band followed it up with an Icky Blossoms remix of the first single from the EP, “Evil Voices,” available for download at Consequence of Sound. Thursday’s all-ages show starts at 8 p.m.; for tickets and more information, check out the XPN Concert Calendar here.