Raise the dead (and the roof)

See Norwegian Arms perform tonight at PhilaMOCA. Photo by Kostya Fomin and Vika Larionova.

Tonight, the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art (PhilaMOCA) will be filled with the sounds of some of Philly’s finest local talents.

Norwegian Arms headlines the evening’s musical entertainment followed by Scott Churchman, Laser Background, and Circadian Rhythms. Norwegian Arms released their album ”Wolf Like a Stray Dog” in January.

After spending a year isolated in Siberia for the album, they are ready to share their new music with their Philly fans. Known for their melodious tunes and freak folks-esque vocals, Norwegian Arms has gained the attention of local music enthusiasts and were named best emerging artist of 2012 by “The Deli Philly.” Their PhilaMOCA performance marks the beginning of the band’s Spring tour, as well as, Scott Churchman’s new tape release, and the official launch party of Houndstooth Entertainment. Don’t miss out on the chance to see Norwegian Arms before they hit the road.

Norwegian Arms, Scott Churchman, Laser Background, and Circadian Rhythms at PhilaMOCA Friday, March 8 starting at 8 pm, all ages, $10 at the door.

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