Tonight, Seattle’s own the Quiet Ones celebrate the release of Molt in Moments, a record that’s filled with fat, buzzing guitar riffs, harmonies that sound like they’re being sung on a summer day in the 1970s, and acoustic guitar that flirts with Americana. But even with the bright moments, which have become indicative of the Quiet Ones’ sound, Molt in Moments is more aggressive than the band has ever been—singer-songwriter John Totten says he was inspired by “medical issues that shifted my focus to my own mortality.” Whoa. With Marty Marquis and the Young Evils. (Barboza, 925 E Pike St,, 8 pm, $8, 21+)