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


Muuy Biien, The Milkstains, Future Virgins, Ritvals @ Caledonia Lounge: Chattanooga punks Future Virgins are the stars of this talent-packed bill.

King of Prussia, Feather Trade, Pipes You See, Pipes You Don’t @ Flicker Theatre & Bar: Brandon Hanick’s psych-pop project returns to town after stints in Barcelona and Chicago.


Athens Slingshot @ Downtown Athens: Kai Riedl and Eric Marty’s new internationally-focused art festival features bands playing in no less than seven downtown clubs. Don’t miss Japanese pop act The Suzan at the 40 Watt.

Jacco Gardner, Les Racquet @ Green Room: Gardner is a talented Dutch songwriter with an affinity for ’60s psych-pop. Come early for Brooklyn indie-pop trio Les Racquet.


lowercase letters @ Hendershot’s Cofee Bar: Mesmerizing DC-based soul band.

Ken Stringfellow, Phillip Brantley @ The World Famous: Former Posies guitarist/R.E.M. collaborator Stringfellow is touring behind a new album, Danzig in the Moonlight.


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