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A Halloween Party Benefit for the Upcoming Documentary "The Resurrection of Uncle Eddie" at Underground Arts Oct. 29

You can start your Halloween celebration early tonight at Underground Arts with a benefit hosted by Woodshop Films. The rad production collective will be accepting donations and raising backing for their upcoming documentary The Resurrection of Uncle Eddie. Providing the soundtrack for the event will be primal heavy-psych outfit Ecstatic Vision, metal-tinged rockers JJL, the psychedelic blues/soul of St. James & The Apostles, and medieval psych rockers Meddlesome Meddlesome Meddlesome Bells. Though we feel like the majority of attendees might be clad in denim, certainly no one will mind if you get your freak on this evening. And there will be prizes for best costumes! Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill St., 7pm, $15, 21+ - Alexis V.

JJL Headline at JB’s Jan. 11

After gaining a strong indie following with deviant pop ensemble Lenola and the synth hook-laden Like A Fox, Jay Laughlin didn’t miss a beat when he started his solo project JJL. Of course, it also doesn’t hurt that he’s backed by his former Like A Fox rhythm section (Pete Girgenti on drums and Brian Wilkinson on bass). And since a year may move this psych-swinging project closer to releasing a proper full-length, tonight’s show at Johnny Brenda’s will be a good opportunity to familiarize yourself with their new material like “Keep Silent”and “Without a Trace,” especially since they’ll be joined by the mesmerizing shadowy rock of The Cobbs and experimental noise maestro Mark Feehan. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford St., 9pm, $10, 21+ - Bill McThrill


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