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Tonight In Rock: Animal Collective, The Raveonettes, Tapes n' Tapes, One Trick Pony

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The Soft Pack (formerly known as the Muslims)

The Soft Pack will be playing tonight at the Henry Fonda Music Box | Photo via the Soft Pack's Myspace

Our Pick: The Raveonettes, The Soft Pack (formerly known as the Muslims), DJ Travis Keller @ The Henry Fonda Music Box

Tonight, if all goes according to planned, Animal Collective (LAist Review) will be performing to a sold-out crowd at the Troubadour—health permitting, of course. Yes, the line-up is inherently inferior to last night's canceled concert. But word on the street is that Friday night's show will be rescheduled for Sunday. Minneapolis-based indie rockers Tapes n' Tapes will take on the El Rey Theatre with Wild Light, who are still tightly clutching their memories of supporting the Arcade Fire way back when. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Henry Fonda Music Box to catch Danish rock duo the Raveonettes, who are slated to headline with none other than LAist favorites the Soft Pack (formerly known as the Muslims) in tow.

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Animal Collective, Rings, DJ Turquoise Wisdom @ Troubadour (Sold-Out)
The Raveonettes, The Soft Pack (formerly known as the Muslims), DJ Travis Keller @ The Henry Fonda Music Box
Tapes ‘n Tapes, Wild Light, Wavves @ El Rey Theatre
West Indian Girl Record Release Party w/ Juliette Commagere, His Orchestra @ The Roxy
Peanut Butter Wolf, Dam-Funk, DJ Lady Sha, The Voice of God @ Dakota Live Music Lounge
Futurecop, Franki Chan, Thunderheist, We Are the World @ Echoplex
Eleni Mandell, The Henry Clay People @ The Prospector
One Trick Pony Record Release Party w/ Spider Problem, Evan Voytas @ Pehrspace
The Kris Special, The Minor Canon, The Peculiar Pretzelmen, Erinn Williams @ Echo Curio
Stress Ape, The Dawns, Laco$te, Nguzunguzu @ The Smell
Wounded Lion, Nothing People, Bad Trips, Bipolar Bear @ Mr. T’s Bowl
Bluebeat Lounge 6th Anniversary w/ Joey Altruda's Classic Riddims, Viernes 13, Chris Murray Combo, Raskahuele, The Ifficials @ Knitting Factory (Main Stage)
Lemonwilde, A Dull Science, Hood Ornament, Uriah, Jaded Ash @ Knitting Factory (Front Stage)
Mark Pickerel (of Screaming Trees), Tom Schraeder, Julia Vorontsova @ Knitting Factory (AlterKnit Lounge)
Manu Chao Viewing Party w/ La Santa Cecilia @ Home (Silver Lake)
Vultures United, She Rides, Strange Fruit, Faith Snakes, Cathedrals @ Relax Bar
Fred Eaglesmith, Marvin Etzioni @ McCabe’s
Griffin House with Katie Herzig, Ron Pope @ The Hotel Café
Zodiac Death Valley @ Redwood Bar
Blue Jungle, Okie Dokie, Neon Navajo, Cobalt Cranes @ L'KEG
Combichrist @ Avalon
Powder, Candygram For Mongo @ Keyclub
Mark Knight @ Vanguard
Savio​urs, Crom @ Mountain Bar
Pussycat Dolls Lounge @ Viper Room
Eric Sardinas @ Harvelle's
The Last Mile @ Blue Cafe
Robots and Empire @ Royal Hawaiian
The Bastard Winos @ The Gypsy Lounge
Oceangrass @ Rusty's Surf Ranch
Moving Units @ Glass House
O.A.R. @ House of Blues Anaheim

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