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Levee Drivers Know Where’s the After-Party at The Khyber June 5

OK - if you haven’t figured it out yet, Levee Drivers fuckin’ rock! But I would suggest not following them to any after-parties. (Hey guys - who’s Lauren?) No, we really had a blast when they performed at our Best of Philly Showcase at The Ox w/Reading Rainbow and Grandchildren. They were also nice enough to get me home safely when the cabbies wouldn’t come pick me up in the no-man’s land neighborhood of The Ox. The Khyber is certainly an easy stroll from the Festival Pier if you’re still ready for more after The Roots Picnic. The Khyber, 56 S. 2nd St., 9pm, $8, 21+ - Q.D. Tran
 

 

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New Madrid Faults Shake Things Up at Mar Bar June 5

New Madrid Faults has an eclectic sound, pulling in all sorts of influences simultaneously. Take a wistful ambience reminiscent of Broken Social Scene, add in the occasional huge, rockin' hook, and wrap it all together in a sweet pop sensibility. Then, bring in some bells, a horn section, and a trip to SXSW, and you're convinced that New Madrid Faults can go anywhere. The best example might be the seven-minute epic "To the West Goodbye," which begins with a flurry of horns and then builds up from steady atmospherics into big, anthemic chords.  Mar Bar, 200 S. 40th Street, 8:30pm, $5, 21+ - Joe Poteracki
 

 

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BurnDown All Stars Reunion at Grape Room June 5

Am I having flashbacks? I’ll probably be experiencing déjà vu when I step into the new/old Grape Room tonight when the BurnDown All Stars reunite. Once a promising local hip hop/rock group that fell into the trap of the music biz allowing egos and mismanagement of earnings to tear them apart. It’s been a while now since their last show, and it seems the fellas have grown a bit missing those days when they had such an organic collective. Let’s hope this won’t be a one and done. Grape Room, 105 Grape St., 10pm, $7, 21+ - H.M. Kauffman
 

 

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The Broken Prayers & Psalmships Long for the Old West at Tritone June 5

The Broken Prayers and Psalmships bring you sounds that you might find in the Old West: the classic heart and soul of country music. These cowboys sing with heavy hearts about lost love, little old towns, the pearly gates, wooden porches and rocking chairs. Their guitar twang can be as slow as the tumbleweed rolling across the road in front of you, or as hand-clappin, toe-tappin-ly upbeat as the Saturday night barn dance. Tritone, 1508 South St., 9pm, $7, 21+ - Katie Bennett
 

 

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Weekend Warrior, June 4 - 6

We are in the midst of summer folks so get ready to work on your tans because it’s festival season. Yes, yes - we know. You can’t ignore that this Saturday will be The 3rd Annual Roots Picnic with the hometown heroes inviting local buddies DJ Jazzy Jeff and Pattern Is Movement as well as a few Pitchfork darlings like Vampire Weekend (headlining? - whose picnic is this?), Mayer Hawthorne and The Very Best. Raekwon, Ghostface and Method Man should be a more interesting performance than originally planned Reverend Run and DMC. We’re also diggin’ on 4AD’s Tune-Yards and Brooklyn’s Das Racist. But if you don’t have eighty bucks ($66 ticket + $14 rip-off charge), then you can join us economically-challenged music lovers at Best Fest (check out the feature interview below). Don’t forget your brown bag for your forty! Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing, Columbus Blvd. and Spring Garden St., 2pm, $80 w/charges, All Ages
 
Clark Park (43rd and Baltimore Ave.) Best Fest SAT U.S. Girls 1:00-1:20; Joshua Marcus 1:25-1:45; The Golden People's Game 1:50-2:10; Attia Taylor 2:15-2:35; Death Panel 2:40-3:00; Far-Out Fangtooth 3:05-3:25; Unidos de Filadelfia Samba School 3:30-3:50; Skeletonbreath 3:55-4:15; The Lesbian Dorkestra 4:20-4:40; My Mind 4:45-5:05; Kozak 5:10-5:30; Chosen Dance Company 5:35-5:55; Reading Rainbow 6:00-6:20; Mojohand 6:25-6:45  
 
Johnny Brenda’s (1201 N. Frankford Ave.) FRI MC Digga, SAT Black Landlord
 
Kung Fu Necktie (1250 N. Front St.) FRI Pilot Cloud, SAT Thinking Machines, SUN Woe
 
North Star Bar (2639 Poplar St.) FRI Buy Star Bombs and Desoto Jones
 
The Fire (412 W. Girard Ave.) FRI (Early) Owl Stations, (Late) Toy Soldiers, TJ Kong & the Atomic Bomb, The Divine Lorraine
 
M Room (12 W. Girard Ave.) SUN Cannons, Mirador, Pet Primative, Northern Valentine
 
The Khyber (56 S. 2nd St.) FRI Codename and Igor's Egg, SAT Levee Drivers 

Tritone (1508 South St.) SAT The Broken Prayers and Psalmships
 
World Café Live (3025 Walnut St.) SUN Marah
 
Danger Danger Gallery (5013 Baltimore Ave.) FRI The Armchairs and TJ Kong & the Atomic Bomb
 
Mar Bar (200 S. 40th St.) SAT New Madrid Faults
 
Angler Movement Arts Center (1550 E. Montgomery Ave.) SAT Fatima Adamu and Eric Carbonara
 

 

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