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• The Mountain Goats grace LA with their special brand of music as part of the DIY Festival, tonight at The Echo. Tickets re $12 and things get started at 8:30 PM. [18+]

• At 6 PM, Amoeba Music hosts well-coiffed noisemakers The Blood Brothers, playing a mini-set of songs from their new CD, Crimes.

• The Knitting Factory hosts local band Anchors For Architects, along with Shalloboi, Half Mantis Group, Flying Douglas and Real Live Tigers starting at 8 PM. Admission is $5.

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Tangier has Bay Area troubadour n. Lannon performing songs off of his album Chemical Friends, as well as a performance by Summer at Shatter Creek. Admission is $8. (Thanks to Jay Ruiz for the info.)