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Tonight In Rock: Tobacco, Evan Voytas, Olin & The Moon, The Monolators
Evan Voytas will be performing tonight at the Silver Lake Lounge | Picture via Evan Voytas' Myspace
Our Pick: Tape Deck Mountain, Evan Voytas, Hands @ Silver Lake Lounge
Tonight experimental electronic project Tobacco, a splinter of Black Moth Super Rainbow, will be headlining the Echoplex. Local alt-rockers Olin & the Moon (LAist Interview) are poised to take on the Echo with local indie folk collective Family of the Year. And, lastly, LAist favorites the Monolators (LAist Review, #2) will be gracing LaBrie's. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Silver Lake Lounge to catch local electro pop singer-songwriter Evan Voytas. LAist favorites, local experimental indie pop quartet Hands and Tape Deck Mountain are slated to kick things off.
Evan Voytas - "Tomorrow Night We'll Go Anywhere"
Hands - "Onward Upward"
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