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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Pile at First Unitarian Church, Chelsea Sue Allen at Ortlieb’s, and The Felice Brothers at Chameleon Club

 

Pile
Pile | Photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN | racheldelsordophotography.com

Boston indie rockers Pile make a headlining stop back at First Unitarian Church with +HIRS+, Gnarwahl, and Palberta. The band’s recent record A Hairshirt of Purpose records stripped-down dreams with simple sounds, creating that DIY aesthetic perfect for the sweaty underground of the Church. The show is all ages, and more information can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Jesse Hale Moore at Johnny Brenda’s, Emily Wells at Boot and Saddle, Alexi Songs at JD McGillicuddy’s and more

Jesse Hale Moore
Jesse Hale Moore | Photo by Josh Pelta-Heller for WXPN | hellerhound.com

Jesse Hale Moore is ready to celebrate his debut record Green End, headlining over at Johnny Brenda’s to party with a bunch of friends including Rosali, Birdie Busch and more. We took at look at the record earlier this week, and my God is it something wonderful, so come on out to hear the future of Philly singer/songwriting. The show is 21+, and more information can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: John K Samson at World Cafe Live, Nakatani Gong Orchestra at Icebox, Project Space Bailen at World Cafe Live and more

John K. Samson | via johnksamsonmusic.bandcamp.com
John K. Samson | via johnksamsonmusic.bandcamp.com

John K. Samson & The Winter Wheat make a stop at World Cafe Live Downstairs for a gig with Worriers. His indie singer/songwriter chops house a little quirk, a little unorthodox folk, and bookish lyrics, setting the night up to be a night of discovery for anyone looking for something a little different. The show is all ages, and more information can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Hippo Campus at Union Transfer, Alice Bag at Union Transfer, and Maxwell Stern at Boot & Saddle

Hippo Campus
Hippo Campus | Photo by John Vettese for WXPN

Minnesota’s Hippo Campus bless Union Transfer tonight in support of their debut full-length Landmark. The four-piece stuff indie pop and explode it to area-sized proportions, sporting anthemic hooks while saving guitar music one tune at a time. The show is all ages, and more information can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Saba at The Trocadero, Big Thief at Johnny Brenda’s, Ladybird at Ortlieb’s and more

Saba | via sabapivot.com
Saba | via sabapivot.com

The Trocadero plays host to a loaded concert headlined by Chicago’s Saba. His big production rap nips at the heels of Chance the Rapper, relying on some classic flow to send his way into the musical wheelhouse of every hip-hop fanatic, and his Bucket List Project was one of last year’s highlights. The show is all ages, and more information can be found on our XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Aye Nako at Everybody Hits, PAWS at Ortileb’s, Twiddle at Sherman Theater

Aye Nako | via the band's Facebook page
Aye Nako | via the band’s Facebook page

New Jersey punks Aye Nako play Everybody Hits tonight with Pinkwash, Ursula, and Solarized. Their latest, Silver Haze, is out on April 7th via Don Giovanni Records. Check out “Particle Mace,” the hooky first single from the album, below. Then, head over to XPN’s Concert Calendar for tickets and more information. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Lizdelise at MilkBoy and David Dondero at Bourbon and Branch

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Lizdelise | photo by Cecilia Brown | http://www.ceciliabrownphoto.com

Folk rock/pop duo Lizdelise will headline Milkboy tonight with The Living Strange and Water Temple. Their self-titled full-length dropped last September, and you check out a video for one of its singles “Baby Bird” below. Find their Key Studio Session from last year here and tickets and more information on the show here. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Tennis at Underground Arts, The Only Ghost in Town at Studio Luloo, Sunn O))) at Union Transfer

Tennis | via the artist's Facebook page
Tennis | via the artist’s Facebook page

Indie pop duo Tennis will headline Underground Arts tonight with Rolling Blackouts and Coastal Fever. Their latest album Yours Conditionally dropped last Friday, featuring the feel-good, throwback single “In The Morning I’ll Be Better.” Check out the similarly vintage video for the track below. Then, head over to XPN’s Concert Calendar for tickets and more information. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Jens Lekman at Union Transfer, Sheena & Thee Nosebleeds at Kung Fu Necktie, Octave Cat at Johnny Brenda’s, and more…

Jens Lekman | photo by Ellika Henrikson
Jens Lekman | photo by Ellika Henrikson | courtesy of the artist

Swedish songwriter Jens Lekman will bring his idiosyncratic pop stylings to Union Transfer tonight in support of his latest album, Life Will See You Now. It features the infectious lead single “What’s That Perfume That You Wear?”, probably the most romantic song about smells I’ve heard. Stream the video for the track below. Then, head over to XPN’s Concert Calendar for tickets and more info on the show. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Strand of Oaks at Union Transfer, Valerie June at The Trocadero, Creepoid at Underground Arts, and more

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Strand of Oaks | photo by Joe del Tufo | www.moonloopphoto.com

After taking over our airwaves for our Free at Noon concert, Strand of Oaks heads to Union Transfer for a headliner with Twin Limb. These Philly rockers just released their full-length banger Hard Love, so head out for some manic, high energy tunes. The show is all ages, and more information can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →