Fans of his Brit Award-nominated quartet Guillemots will have to wait -- frontman Fyfe Dangerfield is busy making people swoon. Dangerfield's solo album "Fly Yellow Moon," written in five days on what was obviously a pop bender, is hooky and heart-on-the-sleeve and bears some nice production touches added by Suede's Bernard Butler. The album was picked up by Downtown Music and released this week; Dangerfield brings it to the Hotel Cafe crowd tonight.
Elsewhere: Singer and now reality TV star Brandy holds forth at the Key Club. ... Toronto's Dragonette brings its sexy electro to the Echo. ... Angus and Julia Stone are back for a second night at Hollywood Forever Cemetery's Masonic Lodge. ... And pop newbies International Tennis Champions headline the Silverlake Lounge.
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Also: Baths' residency at Low End Theory at the Airliner; Moris Tepper and Horse Thieves at Spaceland; a second night of Nada Surf and Telekinesis at the Troubadour; Sa-Ra at the Roxy; HT Heartache at 3 Clubs; and Evlyn Evelyn at Largo.