Pin It
Favorite

Sound Advice 

by Inlander Staff & r & & r & Kid 'n' Play & r & Who's Patrick Dundas? Hell if we know. Nearest we can figure, just some dude who wants you to come to his house to see a hip-hop show Friday. Sounds crazy? Yeah, but we'll explain. Dundas will be hosting the Listener Tour of Homes, wherein MC Listener and MC Odd Thomas tour the country playing shows at whatever house party will have them. Dundas lives on North Adams, but if you live out East, Listener and Thomas'll spit one night later (this Saturday) in Post Falls at Josh Jaklich's house. Don't know that guy either, but both he and Dundas have far more faith in humanity than we ever will. Get driving directions and whatnot at www.listenertourofhomes.com.





Lead Off Hit & r & To the 80 or so of you who turned out to Fat Tuesday's on Friday: unbelievable, wasn't it? We mean, the headliners, Action Action, were pretty good, and Something for Rockets were all right (like the Strokes with keyboards, disturbing Weird Al hair, receding hairlines), but it was the openers, Men Women and Children, that fairly blew our minds. Hot damn, were they awesome--decidedly dance punk with an obvious New Power Generation fetish. We're not joking about that, Prince was in full effect all evening. Bassist Rick Penzone looks a bit like him and definitely channels the Artist's frilly dress and girly coif. Of course, like all good dance punk bands and like all good disco funk purveyors, Men Women and Children's sound is infinitely bigger and better in a live contest. That is to say: You all missed out huge.


Take heart, though. We spoke with drummer David Sullivan Kaplan, and he says there's a pretty good chance they'll be rolling back through in May. By then their Warner Brothers debut will have dropped (look for it March 21) and they'll be everywhere, making your slutty friends dance and your indie friends nod approvingly.
  • Pin It

Latest in Comment

  • Put Kids First
  • Put Kids First

    Why adults in Olympia must come together to pass the Early Start Act
    • May 27, 2015
  • Teacher Of Generations
  • Teacher Of Generations

    Publisher's Note
    • May 27, 2015
  • A Persistent Life
  • A Persistent Life

    Scott Reed won more cases than he lost in life, and the beauty of the Coeur d'Alene area has been the beneficiary
    • May 27, 2015
  • More »

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Today | Sat | Sun | Mon | Tue | Wed | Thu
9th Annual Lilac City Comicon

9th Annual Lilac City Comicon @ Spokane Convention Center

Sat., May 30, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

All of today's events | Staff Picks

More by n/a

  • Iron Upgrade
  • Iron Upgrade

    The new one is smart and funny and action-packed, and it’s bigger and better and sleeker. And Downey does it again, this time ramping up Stark’s arrogant wisecracking, telling anyone who’ll listen (mostly women) that, via the creation of his powerful Iron Man suit, he’s brought years of uninterrupted peace to the world.
    • May 12, 2010
  • Seeing Gay
  • Seeing Gay

    A festival showing GLBT from all angles
    • Nov 9, 2009
  • Get Out the Vote
  • Get Out the Vote

    With all the uncertainty in the world these days, hot wings and cold beer are two things we can get behind
    • Nov 9, 2009
  • More »

Most Commented On

  • This Old House

    If it could talk, it could tell stories of three generations, along with a lot of griping from neighbors
    • Apr 29, 2015
  • On a Roll

    Just-announced reforms do little to safeguard Spokane against the danger of oil trains
    • May 6, 2015
  • More »

© 2015 Inlander
Website powered by Foundation