April Disaster, the promising local indie-pop band that abruptly split late last year, is doing its promised farewell show tonight at the North Star Bar.
Some members of the band, which evokes a female-led Belle and Sebastian, are still active in the music scene. Velvet-voiced guitarist Carolyn McNeel now fronts her own group, John Ziga now drums for True If Destroyed, and John Pettit plays with Friends of the Library.
Tonight's show is a grouping of reunions: the very busy Raccoon (whose side project Dr. Dog embarks on its second tour with My Morning Jacket next month) and the Teeth, back from hiatus with a new drummer. The gentle psychedelia of National Eye rounds out this evening of some of Philly's finest (9 p.m., 27th and Poplar, 215-684-0808, $7, www.northstarbar.com).