Tonight’s (Non-KeyFest) Concert Picks: Into It. Over It. at TLA, Christine Havrilla at Tin Angel, and Charles Bradley at Union Transfer

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Evan Weiss of Into It. Over It. | photo by Cameron Witting | courtesy of the artist

Key Fest comes to close tonight, featuring Americana headliners Hezekiah Jones. But if you have your eye on some other shows, check these three out.

Into. It. Over It. is the emo-rock project of Chicagoan Evan Thomas Weiss. Having just released his new record Standards, Weiss is stopping by TLA tonight. If Into. It. Over It.’s own emo-revival music wasn’t appealing enough, the band is also touring with the acclaimed The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die. Find tickets and more info at the XPN Concert Calendar.

Philly’s Christine Havrilla and her band Gypsy Fuzz take the Tin Angel tonight. Havrilla’s music spans a range of genres, including folk, country, and alt-rock. Grab tickets to the show here.

It has taken Charles Bradley a while to release his debut album. The soulful R&B singer is 67 years old, but he only released No Time For Dreaming in 2011. The reason is simple: Bradley was only recently discovered by Gabriel Roth of Daptone Records, after working a series off odd jobs for most of his life. His music is full of old-school influences — it sounds like a dusty record you would find in a far-off corner of a record store. Bradley is currently touring in support of his most recent album, Changes, and is stopping by Union Transfer tonight. Tickets and more over at the XPN Concert Calendar.

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