by Inlander Staff & r & & r & Mistress and the New CD & r & She was gone for a while, but Mistress -- Spokane's craziest, most domineering female drummer -- is back in town, reforming Mistress and the misters like a hormonal, leather-clad Voltron. They're celebrating with two evenings of CD release madness, an acoustic set tonight at Rock Coffee and an electric one on Friday at the Blvd.
BOBfest Schedule & r & It's happening Saturday in the Clock Tower Meadow at Riverfront Park. Peep: & r & 1:00 pm Days Like These & r & 1:45 pm A Story Untold & r & 2:10 pm Poison Most Foul & r & 2:35 pm All in Favor & r & 3:00 pm Small Town Nation & r & 3:25 pm Sunset High & r & 3:50 pm Edward Bugg & r & 4:15 pm For Years Blue & r & 4:40 pm Catacomb & r & 5:05 pm Cyrus Fell Down & r & 5:30 pm Unison & r & 5:55 pm Electrostatics & r & 6:20 pm Vax Lavala & r & 6:45 pm Logan Heftel & amp; Band
Eighteen Plus & r & You 18- to 21-year-olds with your over-priced Ramones shirts were bummin' tough when you heard you'd be missing Marky at the Blvd. this weekend, huh? Bum no more, the club's officially been granted an all- ages license. They could go younger than 18 if they wanted (it's an all ages license after all), but the Blvd's Terry Swan said going completely all-ages "would make the [club's] insurance rates triple," which doesn't work from a bidniss standpoint.
The Break-up & r & Yeah, Lovers were supposed to play as part of the Sound The Hare Heard Tour Playing the Shop on Monday, but they backed out of the tour. It's not you, it's them.