Editor’s Note: We touched on this last week (or whenever), but summer in Boston is a cruel beast. We’ll go forever without anything cool on the calendar, and then there’s a live music pig pile on some random-ass early-week night and decisions, decisions must be made. Our money, at least whatever we have left of it, went to The Sinclair to live it up proper with Philadelphia guitar-rock dudes The Districts, who are still riding high off 2015’s sterling A Flourish and a Spoil LP. It was a Monday that felt like a Friday, as Rob Grote and crew were joined by Sam Evian, the solo moniker from New York-based songwriter/singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Sam Owens (who also does business in Celestial Shore), and Soccer Mommy (The Districts’ New York-based Fat Possum label mate, not to be confused with Boston’s dearly departed Soccer Mom). Vanyaland’s Eddy Leiva was up front, in the crowd, and generally all over the Cambridge joint to capture snaps of everyone, and you can scan through his full gallery below.