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Tonight In Rock: Evelyn Evelyn, Plants And Animals, Voxtrot, Learning Music
Lost in the Trees will be performing tonight at the Troubadour | Photo by Jordan Meyer via Lost in the Trees' Myspace
Our Pick: Plants And Animals, Lost In The Trees @ Troubadour
Tonight Evelyn Evelyn, the musical duo formed by the Dresden Dolls' Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley, will be concluding a three-night stint at Largo at the Coronet. Austin-bred indie rock quartet Voxtrot are poised to call it quits after their current tour, which stops through the Echoplex tonight. And, lastly, local prolific songwriter John Wood, who performs under the pseudonym Learning Music will be gracing Echo Curio with none other than Mooey Moobau and Video. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Troubadour to catch Juno-nominated, Québécois indie rock trio Plants and Animals, who are touring in support of their sophomore endeavor—2010's La La Land. LAist favorites, Chapel Hill orchestral pop collective Lost in the Trees are slated to kick things off.
Lost in the Trees - "Love On My Side"
Evelyn Evelyn - "Evelyn Evelyn"
Voxtrot - "The Start of Something"
Learning Music - "Nature's Cup"
Plants & Animals, Lost In The Trees @ Troubadour
Evelyn Evelyn @ Largo at the Coronet
"Goodbye Cruel World Tour" feat. Voxtrot, We Barbarians, The Black, The Ferocious Few @ Echoplex
Learning Music, Video, Mooey Moobau @ Echo Curio
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TD Lind, Emily Jane White, Carla Werner, Rachele Eve, Brianna Rettig @ The Hotel Café
Wonder Wheel, The TRMRS, Allah Las, The Lexingtons @ Mr. T's Bowl
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