Locals Mary Lattimore and Jeff Zeigler open for Nico Muhly and Richard Reed Parry at the First Unitarian Church tonight. The harp / guitar / synth duo released its debut full-length Slant of Light last Tuesday, an LP that was recorded during the city-stopping snowstorm of last winter. Lattimore and Zeigler have been performing live together for a few years now, but this release expands on the droning, exploratory, freeform pieces they have played in the past to include subtler, more introspective works as well. Listen to “The White Balloon” below and get information for the show here.
Squeeze frontman Glenn Tilbrook brings his new record Happy Ending to the Tin Angel tonight. Last time the Englishman was in town, he performed a mix of solo material and classic Squeeze tracks like “Annie Get Your Gun,” “Tempted,” and “Good Girl” (check out the review here). This latest record comes after a re-recording of Squeeze songs on Spot the Difference. Tickets and information can be found here.
Punk group Reagan Youth play at Underground Arts tonight. The 80s outfit resurged with a slightly different line-up in 2006 after a sixteen-year hiatus. Though a leader in the East Coast hardcore scene, the band only released a handful of efforts over the course of its career. Check out “Degenerated” below and pick up tickets here.
Bok Nero at The Fire (7:00 p.m., $10, AA)
First Unitarian Church, Glenn Tilbrook, Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler, Reagan Youth, Tin Angel, Underground Arts