Tonight In Rock: Nite Jewel, Pearly Gate Music, Beach Fossils, Walking Sleep
Our Pick: Nite Jewel, Memoryhouse, Baths, Kisses (DJ set) @ Echoplex
Tonight Seattle's most promising talent, folk singer-songwriter Zach Tillman, otherwise known as Pearly Gate Music, or the younger brother of Fleet Foxes drummer J. Tillman, will be warming up the stage at the Echo for Denver's own folk troubadour Nathaniel Rateliff. Brooklyn-based lo-fi indie rockers Beach Fossils are poised to perform for free, in-store at Origami Vinyl early on in the afternoon, and then take on the Troubadour; They'll be opening up for fellow Brooklynites Here We Go Magic. And, lastly, Walking Sleep, the venerable local indie rock outfit formerly known as the Flying Tourbillon Orchestra (LAist Review, #2, #3), will be performing in Pershing Square for free. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echoplex to catch local electronic chanteuse Nite Jewel, who recently released a new EP entitled Am I Real?, which features collaborations with Cole M.G.N. of the Samps/Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti and Daniel/Andrew of Teen Inc. LAist favorites, Chatsworth's own producer/electronic mastermind Will Wiesenfeld, otherwise known as Baths, and Canadian duo Memoryhouse are slated to perform as well.
Nite Jewel - "Am I Real?"
Baths - "Lovely Bloodflow"
Memoryhouse - "Lately (Deuxième)"