|Mucca Pazza (via Facebook)|
Missed him Monday night? Catch ½ of the Fiery Furnaces at a more intimate spot on the day of the release of his newest solo material, Matricidal Sons of Bitches. Also, read this weird ass review of a review of a review he wrote for Impose.
Wednesday, October 31st: Mucca Pazza at Double Door (8 PM, 21+, $15)
There’s obviously a lot going on tonight, but the circus-punk marching band pretty much guarantees the most bizarre evening you'll be able to find. Openers J. Davis Trio and Al Scorch don’t hurt things either.
Thursday, November 1st: Those Darlins, Heavy Cream at Schubas (9 PM, 18+, $12)
A night of women from Tennessee kicking your audible ass on the reassuringly (and accurately) titled Summer’s Dead tour.
Friday, November 2nd: Pear Traps at Coles (10 PM, 21+, FREE)
Lo-fi basement rockers have a new EP out (Elsewhere) and want you to celebrate with them at their favorite venue.
Saturday, November 3rd: Ono at Observatory (9 PM, AA, $5)
If you missed their record release at Quenchers on Wednesday, check out the hardest working art-punk-noise fusion band, as they continue celebrating their first release of new material (Albino) since 1986.
Sunday, November 4th: Sleigh Bells at Metro (8 PM, 18+, $23)
You don’t need me to tell you about this band anymore, so let these two dudes do it for me.
Monday, November 5th: Roomrunner at Empty Bottle (9:30 PM, 21+, FREE)
Out of the ashes of Double Dagger comes Baltimore’s Roomrunner, wearing their sludgy post-punk and 90s indie rock proudly on their sleeves. Their first EP isn’t too far removed from Bleach-era Nirvana.