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On the Water’s Rustic Musical Chemistry at JB’s Sept. 19

When a group of individuals assemble with the intent of performing and creating music that doesn’t focus on ego, but unlocks and reveals an internal message, something special happens. On the Water, who perform tonight at Johnny Brenda’s, is the type of folk band that appears to click on all cylinders because they’re simply playing what feels right and sounds good as a result. Fletcher VanVliet’s rangy ragged vocals are gut-wrenchingly endearing pairing naturally with the plethora of instruments that develops layers of sound - the individual pieces connecting and combining in a rustic musical chemistry. Johnny Brenda’s 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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Get Moved by On the Water at PhilaMOCA July 25

As far as the folky side of the music spectrum goes, On the Water is easily one of my favorite bands in Philly. Their songs have that beautiful dichotomy and balance of shadow and light, sorrow and joy, which captivates minds and stirs emotions. Wanna be moved and excited about music again? Soak it all in at PhilaMOCA tonight before they hit the road for a month-long tour. On the Water will be opening for Boston’s Mornin’ Old Sport. You can thank me later. PhilaMOCA, 541 12th St., 8pm, $7 - $10, 21+ - Alexis V.

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On the Water and More Eclectic Sounds at Emoda Gallery March 11

It’s exciting to see spring peeking its head out. Now, I know some of you probably missed the snow, cold and change of seasons this year, but I can’t lie. I am appreciating global warming working in my favor this winter. To celebrate not being freakishly trapped by snow on a Sunday night, you should head out to an eclectic mix of music this evening at Emoda Gallery. Weirdo folksters and Deli faves On the Water will be bringing their contemplative gems for all to swoon over tonight. It’s always a treat for me to see them perform. Vintage Kicks’ Alex Malamy will be showing off his diverse musical taste with his folk-pop side project Tamarin. Oddball rockers The Shakes plan to liven up the crowd with their punk rock spirit and impassioned guy/gal vocals, while lo-fi crooner Charmaine’s Names will be transporting the audience to a sleazy lounge that time forgot. They’ll all be playing host to Brooklyn’s Hearsay & Hyperbole - don’t sleep on Alexis Powell’s enchanting vocals. If a bill with diversity is your thang, then you’ve found a place to hang this evening. Emoda Gallery, 302 Moore St., 8pm, All Ages - H.M. Kauffman

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