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Tonight In Rock: Nada Surf, Dragonette, Willoughby, Fyfe Dangerfield
White Arrows will be performing tonight at the Echo | Photo by Megan Mack via Serious Stache
Our Pick: Dragonette, Evan Voytas, White Arrows @ The Echo
Tonight NY-based indie rock trio Nada Surf, who are kicking off a two-night stint in support of their latest collection of covers—2010's If I Had A Hi-Fi, will be concluding a two-night stint at the Troubadour with Michael Benjamin Lerner, who performs under the pseudonym Telekinesis, in tow. Local singer-songwriter Willoughby is poised to take on the Silver Lake Lounge. And, lastly, English singer-songwriter Fyfe Dangerfield, best known for being the founding member of the indie pop outfit Guillemots, will finally be gracing the Hotel Café after having been forced to cancel his previous appearance due to visa problems. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch Canadian electro pop outfit Dragonette. LAist favorites, local electro pop singer-songwriter Evan Voytas and indie rockers White Arrows are slated to perform as well.
White Arrows - "Coming Or Going (RAC Remix)"
Nada Surf - "Happy Kid"
Willoughby - "Intentions"
Fyfe Dangerfield - "Any Direction"
Nada Surf, Telekinesis @ Troubadour
Angus & Julia Stone @ Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
Evelyn Evelyn @ Largo at the Coronet
Dragonette, Evan Voytas, White Arrows @ The Echo
The Horse Thieves, Jack Ladder, Moris Tepper, Amanda Jo Williams @ Spaceland
International Tennis Champions, Willoughby @ Silver Lake Lounge
Fyfe Dangerfield, Break and Repair Method, Grouplove, The Smart Brothers @ The Hotel Café
Lucky Dragons @ Cinefamily
Kill The Capulets, Narwhal Party, Tubby Boots @ Pehrspace
Pussygut, Robedoor, Sasqrotch @ Echo Curio
Brandy @ Key Club
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