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Treat Y'rself Fest at PhilaMOCA August 15

Saturday sounds like an optimal time to indulge in some excellent music, food, and crafts. The daylong Treat Y’rself Fest, taking place at PhilaMOCA, offers a comprehensive experience with an additional bonus proceeds will go toward October’s March to End Rape Culture.  A dozen artists are slated to perform, including Kississippi whose intricate lyrical painting set on an acoustic canvas. Myrrias will perform as a duo, inducing a soothing psychedelic daydream. While the jangly art pop of Mercury Girls, the surf-garage-punk combo of The Pretty Greens (featuring Mike Writes), the fuzzy shoegazing haze of Ghost Gum and garage-punk quartet Littler are among those on this packed program. Get there early and treat yourself. PhilaMOCA 531 N. 12th St., 1pm, $10-$12, All Ages –Michael Colavita





The Pretty Greens Debut Performance at North Star Bar June 19

It’s an evening of firsts when Minneapolis’s Now, Now play North Star Bar tonight in support of their release Threads. When Sugartown ended its run at the storied music venue Tritone, it also marked the end of Go-Gos tribute band Lust2Love. But instead of packing up their bags, the members of the band set out to prove that they still got the beat by creating their own music for a new project called The Pretty Greens. And after a few months of production and recording, the band is all set to make their debut performance. And since they’re working harder and harder on releasing their debut full length over the fall, effervescent indie trio Break It Up will likely be showcasing some new material as well when they take the stage. North Star Bar, 2639 Poplar St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Bill McThrill

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