Soft Lit balances smooth vocals on top of funky beats. Their music will form a good transition between that of the more-mellow Forever Lesbians and Shamir’s bumping party tunes on Tuesday evening.
Rozwell Kid draws from a melting-pot melange of grunge and pop-punk influences. Pay attention to the searing melodies hammered out by the lead guitar, which at times sound reminiscent of Dinosaur Jr.
With a smokey voice that calls early David Bowie to mind, Incredible Change bumps fun synth-pop that is sure to get Comet Ping Pong moving. Catch them Thursday night as the first of three bands playing, so get to Comet Ping Pong with plenty of time to spare.
There’s a dark intensity to the music of Aeges. This somber heaviness even weighs down the band’s absorbent cover of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy,” which you can view below:
If you already managed to grab tickets to The War on Drugs’ sold-out Saturday show, don’t take your sweet time getting to 9:30 Club, or you might miss The Everymen, who expertly play solid pop-rock.