By: Lara McCaffrey

If you wanted to, you could go to a show every day this week! Some of the concerts we’re excited about are Quantic at Music Box, Night Beats at Soda Bar and Soft Lions at Sharper Studios.

Tuesday, March 29

Foxing – The Irenic

Foxing is an indie rock band that formed in 2011 in St. Louis, Missouri. They have two studio releases under their belt: Albatross (2013) and Dealer (2015). Check them out at the Irenic, a church by day, venue by night. More info.

Tuesday, March 29

Night Beats – Soda Bar

This band out of Seattle, Washington plays garage rock with soul and psych rock influences. Originally from Texas, Night Beats is made up of Lee Blackwell (Lead Guitar, Vocals), James Traeger (Drums) and Jakob Bowden (Bass). Their third studio album, Who Sold My Generation was released January of this year. More info.

Wednesday, March 30

Quantic – Music Box

Quantic is the musical project of British born Will Holland. His songs suit the dance floor quite well with tropical sounds and upbeat rhythms. Holland has new releases for 2016 currently in the works. More info.

Friday, April 1

Alex G – Che Cafe

Alex G writes folk songs with a surreal twist. This singer-songwriter has released 12 albums (nope this is NOT an April Fools’ joke, this is real), most of which are self produced. He plays with Porches and Your Friend this Friday. More info.

Friday, April 1

Tyler The Creator – Observatory North Park

The notorious co-founder of hip hop collective Odd Future will play the Observatory this Friday. Tyler’s music is experimental at times with often controversial lyrics. His most recent album, Cherry Bomb, was released last year. More info.

Saturday, April 2

Geographer – The Irenic

Geographer out of San Francisco is the indie-pop project of Michael Deni. So far, he has three full length albums with Ghost Modern being the most recent. Deni has described his sound as “soulful music from outer space.” Sounds intriguing! More info.

Saturday, April 2

Soft Lions, BOY KING, The Schizophonics – Shaper Studios

Now, this is a much better way to raise money for your new album as opposed to doing the ol’ Kickstarter campaign. For a $5 donation, you can contribute to Soft Lions’ new album AND see a show featuring some local bands. That’s much better than waiting around for your “perk” to arrive in the mail. More info.