Prolific singer-songwriter Daniel Knox continues his February Tuesday residency at the Hideout performing Evryman For Himself in its entirety. Unmanned Ship opens.
Wednesday, February 13th: Mayor Daley at the Whistler (9:30 PM, 21+, FREE)
The ominous drone and pulverizing noise this trio makes might be the hardest thing to ever hit this venue. Tonight doubles as a release party for arts publication Monsters and Dust’s third issue.
Thursday, February 14th: Vamos, Rabble Rabble at the Owl (Midnight, 21+, FREE)
Since Gene already previewed the White Mystery show for tonight, hit up the late night Logan Square bar for a double dose of V-Day jams. Bands go on at midnight and given the track records of these two, don't even bother making any plans for Friday.
Friday, February 15th: Rainbow Gun Show at Quenchers (10 PM, 21+, $5)
Rainbow Gun Show makes some dark psych-pop (as one could maybe have guessed from their name) that’s captured the attention of Hozac Records, who are currently preparing a debut 7”.
Saturday, February 16th: ONO at Burlington (9 PM, 21+)
A few weeks back, all of Nude Sunrise's equipment was stolen. A few locals have banded together for a benefit show, headlined by the inimitable ONO. If you can’t make it out but still want to help, head over to the Indiegogo page and donate.
Sunday, February 17th: Al Scorch at the Empty Bottle (2 PM, 21+, FREE)
Part Three of Scorch and his Country Ensemble’s afternoon residency, with promises of special guests and probably a bit of messing around with his tried-and-true folk sound.
Monday, February 18th: Fuck Knights at Empty Bottle (9:30 PM, 21+, FREE)
...and return to the Bottle the next night for something a bit more wild from Minneapolis punks Fuck Knights. According to Sasha, “these guys epitomize punk's rambunctious post-death romps.”