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Tonight In Rock: The Raconteurs, The Kills, Hot Chip, Fleet Foxes

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Fleet Foxes will take on two sold-out nights, starting tonight, at the El Rey Theatre | Picture via Fleet Foxes' Myspace

Our Pick: Fleet Foxes, Frank Fairfield @ The El Rey Theatre

We gave a lucky pair of readers tickets to the Raconteurs' concert at the Greek. And although it's hard to pass on the Nashville-based supergroup and their fiery classic rock vibe (Brendan Benson is so dreamy!), there are other shows that will certainly sate your music craving. Hawthorne-born, San Pedro-based Dios (Malos) will be putting on their penultimate night of a month-long Monday Night Residency at Spaceland. To miss all five nights would be, quite simply, a shame. Daniel Brummel of the legendary pop-rock band Ozma will also be playing tonight, continuing his residency at Mr T's Bowl. But if you secured tickets far in advance to see Fleet Foxes, who are currently in high demand, then consider yourself a real winner. The El Rey Theatre will be at capacity both tonight and tomorrow night thanks to the sensational Seattle-based folk rockers. And those in attendance will surely be afforded mind-numbing three-part harmonies, as well as meticulous, utterly tranquil instrumentation.

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Fleet Foxes - "White Winter Hymnal"