Don’t Be a Dummy! This Weekend’s Shows to See


SheHeHe album release w/ Tealvox, Free Mountain @ Caledonia Lounge: Proto-punking locals unleash the beast that is their debut album, New American Jet Rock.

U.S. Girls, k (v) i d s, Tunabunny, Slim Twig @ Farm 255: Meghan Remy’s sly psych jangle is one of many reasons to check this bill out; the locals are great, and Toronto’s Slim Twig does the weirdo-Eno thing quite well.

White Crime, Secret Lover, Eureka California, Todd Killings @ Little Kings Shuffle Club: If it’s punk rock you’re after, it’s punk rock ye shall find.


Telesthesia, Future Ape Tapes, Basshunter64, Sad Dads, The Dream Scene: Drone and psych and pop and soundscraps and where did I put my beer?

Sans Abri @ Green Room: Packway Handle dudes strip even further down. Soon there will be nothing left.

Conspirator, Michal Menert, Break Science @ Georgia Theatre: Get your dance on at what’s sure to be a spectacle.


Ed Roland and the Sweet Tea Project @ Melting Point: Collective Soul frontman continues his residency.


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