>>> The harmony-driven, Brooklyn-based Lucius, who you can see a whole bunch of up top, are playing at Milkboy along with Hannah Georgas and Hank & Cupcakes.
>>> The Pissed Jeans record release show for Honeys at Underground Arts, with support from Leather and Lantern should be a good time. Unless you’re a real punk that is.
>>> Continue your Valentine’s Day celebrations into the weekend with DJ Cosmo Baker at the Art Museum’s Art After 5.
>>> Or hit up a pretty stacked bill over at PhilaMOCA where U.S. Girls, Birds Of Maya, Slim Twig, and Profilgate will all be playing.
>>> And enjoy the Spring-like weather while it lasts (probably for the next hour or so) because it’s gonna get cold again.
>>> Party Lionel Richie style (all night long) at the Making Time Valentime at Voyeur, with live performances from Parquet Courts and Inc., along with all of your favorite DJs in the Making Time crew.
>>> The Spinto Band‘s second album in the last 12 months, Cool Cocoon, is everything you expect from the first state indie-poppers, and in high quality. To celebrate the album’s release, The Spintos are playing a record release show at Johnny Brenda’s with support from Language Problem and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s Alec Ounsworth.
>>> If you feel like seeing some good cover bands and helping out Ladyfest (and really, who doesn’t), head over to Cha Cha Razzi for the First Annual Galentine’s Day Cover Band Show, featuring tributes to Bikini Kill, The Breeders, The B-52s, Blondie, and some bands that don’t start with B.
>>> Or if you’ve got tickets already, emo-pioneers Texas is the Reason are playing Union Transfer. If you do not have tickets, we can’t help ya.
>>> Attn. Nerds: Harry and the Potters, who, for the uninitiated, sing songs about Harry Potter, are playing at The Barbary. We won’t tell anybody you went.
>>> The 2nd Annual Tri-State Indie Awards are taking place at World Cafe Live, featuring performances by Nicos Gun, Levee Drivers, and more.