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Tonight In Rock: A Sunny Day In Glasgow, Smith Westerns, The Fresh & Onlys, Extra Life
The Young Veins will be performing late this afternoon at the Echo | Picture via the Young Veins' Myspace
Our Pick: Smith Westerns, Young Veins, Michael Runion, Pearl Harbor @ The Echo (Early Show; 5 PM)
Tonight the City of Brotherly Love's own dream pop sextet A Sunny Day in Glasgow will be headlining the Mint with none other than local act Pollyn in tow. Prolific San Franciscan psych-infused rock outfit the Fresh & Onlys are poised to take over Spaceland. Extra Life, a Brooklyn-bred experimental rock act who bear loose associations with the Dirty Projectors, will be performing down the street at Echo Curio. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo early this afternoon to catch Chicago-bred garage rock outfit Smith Westerns (LAist Review). LAist favorites, local "retro-leaning" pop rock quintet the Young Veins, which of course features not one, but two former members of Panic! At The Disco, are slated to kick things off.
You can find these listings as well as the rest of the week's in our weekly Week In Rock post, which goes up every Sunday.
The Young Veins - "Change"
Saturday Nights at the Getty w/ The Living Sisters @ Getty Center
Vinicio Capossela, Sara Lov @ El Rey Theatre
The Fresh and Onlys, Wounded Lion, Surf City, Pivot @ Spaceland
Choir of Young Believers, Great Northern @ Bootleg Theater
A Sunny Day in Glasgow, Pollyn @ The Mint
Smith Westerns, Young Veins, Michael Runion, Pearl Harbor @ The Echo (Early Show; 5 PM)
You Say Party We Say Die, White Arrows @ Echoplex
Fake Blood, Boy 8-Bit, Destructo, Jack Beats @ Club Nokia
Sasha, Kazell @ Avalon
Matthew Good, Automatic Loveletter @ Troubadour
Crystal Antlers' 7" release @ Origami Vinyl (FREE! Early Show; 4 PM)
The Franks @ Origami Vinyl (Free! Late Show; 7 PM)
Saint Motel, Tijuana Panthers, Seven Saturdays @ The Strange (4316 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles)
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The Lincoln Bedroom, The Hereafter @ Molly Malone's Irish Pub
The Lindsay Erin Band @ On The Rox
Lucy Kaplansky @ McCabe's Guitar Shop
The Watson Twins @ Fingerprints (FREE! Early Show; 5 PM)
Seaspin, Repeater, Useless Keys, Dietra Kruschev @ The Prospector
Tim Barry @ Alex's Bar
Quasi, Explode Into Colors @ Detroit Bar
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