Friday, April 17, 2015

THIS WEEKEND IN MUSIC: Old men rockers, Kazzuzapalousa and 4/20 festivities

Posted By on Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 11:56 AM


The fuzzy power pop act the Hoot Hoots are coming through Spokane again this weekend — they must love us. The talented Seattle four-piece brings along their friends Smokey Brights for the Bartlett show and Lavoy will open the party with the promise of at least two new songs. Get there at 8 pm. Tickets are $12.

One of the two underappreciated old men rockers coming through this week is Texas Americana singer-songwriter Alejandro Escovedo. Tonight, he’ll play acoustic with violinist Susan Voelz at the Palomino Club. The show is $15 and starts at 9 pm. Leon Russell (the other old man rocker) plays the Bing Crosby Theater Wednesday.

It’s Record Store Day! Get out there and support your local record stores, duh.

The second weekend of Coachella is just starting up, signaling the return of music festival season in America. Jumping on the festival bandwagon this year is KZUU 90.7 FM, Washington State University’s non-commercial radio station, with its first-ever Kazzuzapalousa in Pullman, happening at the BellTower. The event include Seattle-based headliners Chastity Belt and Childbirth (the latter made up of members from Pony Time, Tacocat and Chastity Belt), two remarkable feminist punk bands who know how to rock the hell out of any joint they play. Other acts include Corey J. Brewer, Daniel Halligan, Youryoungbody, Blackwater Prophet, the Static Tones and Smashclub. There will be local art, and also food and booze for sale. The festival begins at 2 pm and is $8 for students, $10 for the public.

Just across the state line, Moscow is hosting its annual Hemp Fest at East City Park. The musical lineup includes (and we couldn’t make these names up): Charcoal Squids, Galactic Tofu Farmers, Phoenix 99, Voodoo City Radio, Bread & Circus, Endangered Species and more. The event, which includes vendors and guest speakers, is free and goes from 10 am to 7 pm.

As April 20 is on a Monday this year, many of the activities are happening one day prior. Royal's Cannabis is hosting a 4/20 Festival Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. The event features live DJ music and four hand-rolled joints for $20. Meanwhile 4:20 Friendly is hosting the event, Why Wait ‘Til 4:20? The day goes from 2 pm to 7 pm and includes music from Thief of Hearts and Psycho Syndicate. Be sure to bring a blanket and/or chairs for this one.

Also note that Neko Case performs at the Bing Crosby Theater Monday. 
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