Since you’re already planning on going to Spoonboy’s last show ever at the Black Cat, you might as well get there early enough to catch Art Sorority for Girls. Daoud Tyler-Ameen’s melancholy pop is tender, which will help to shape an intimate atmosphere for an already highly emotional night. Get there shortly after doors, as Art Sorority for Girls is the first of two openers.
If you missed Sinkane‘s excellently smooth set at Sweetlife last weekend (or you’re simply craving more), head to Echo Stage on Friday night to see them open for Hot Chip. Their groovy improvised jams will loosen you up for a night of wild dancing.
Somber and mesmerizing, singer Erica Sutherland’s voice pierces through Littlefoot‘s vintage, reverb-laden sound. Catch them play at Milhouse among an outstanding lineup including Witch Coast and Midriffs.
Suburban Living‘s upbeat dream pop exudes an aura of relaxing energy. Fill your ears with their bubbly synth sounds and flood your brain with endorphins on Saturday night before cruiser takes the stage at DC9.