Mathy, fuzzy guitar melodies define local band Two Inch Astronaut‘s unique sounds. Expect unconventional chord progressions as the singer belts out in his boyish voice. This is a band that also does “heavy” well, so look out for songs like “Part of Your Scene” if you’re looking to go hard on a Monday night.
Craft Spells have the chill, surfy, dream-pop sound down to an artful science. They’re coming to Comet Ping Pong from Seattle as they tour the country with La Luz.
If you already grabbed a ticket to Sylvan Esso’s sold-out show at 9:30 Club, don’t get there too late to catch opener Flock of Dimes. The Baltimore-based musician sing beautifully over fun, bouncy electronic beats.
Seeking a folksy vibe to kick-off your weekend? Rock and Roll Hotel has you covered with Tomás Pagán Motta, opening for The Deadmen. Motta’s delicate vocals combine with his expert Americana fingerpicking to create a laid-back performance.
Joseph White, Made Violent‘s bass player and vocalist, sings with heated passion in his voice. This passion reverberates through the rest of the band, as the trio grooves along messy riffs together. The energy heard in the song “On My Own” should translate well to the stage.