Tonight’s Concert Picks: Myrrias at Ortlieb’s, Legs Like Tree Trunks at Kung Fu Necktie, Brianna Cash at Underground Arts and more

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Myrrias | Photo via myrrias.bandcamp.com
Myrrias | Photo via myrrias.bandcamp.com

Philly art-rock four piece Myrrias just finished tracking a record with producer Jeff Zeigler and kicks off tour tonight at Ortlieb’s. It’s a significant run for the band – which draws inspiration from Neu!, Broadcast and Electrelane – since it will be its final batch of shows with founding drummer Casey Bell, who moved to Nevada earlier this year. Tickets and more info on the show can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar; Zeigler and Mary Lattimore open with an ambient set.

After playing a packed house at Johnny Brenda’s opening for Vita and the Woolf, Philly indie rock four-piece Legs Like Tree Trunks takes on Kung Fu Necktie tonight. The project of Pittsburgh transplant Matt Holden, the band recorded a Key Studio Session earlier this month, giving us a taste of what to expect on their forthcoming full length record. Download “Here’s To Feeling Good All of the Time” below and get more information on the show here.

Singer-songwriter Brianna Cash returns to Underground Arts tonight to open for Bridget Kelly. Backed by Ill Fated Natives, her soul-pop songs become emphatic rock. Joining her on the bill is the fierce and funky RoseMary Fiki. Tickets and info can be found here.

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