Friday, November 2, 2012


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White Mystery has a sound that combines 1960s Midwestern suburban garage and good old-fashioned boogie rock. It's deliciously unhinged, with Alex White's guitar front and center. Named one of Guitar World's "Top Ten Female Guitarists You Should Know," she handles her Rickenbacker like the lovechild of The Cramps' Poison Ivy and Link Wray, and probably deserves a spot on many other canned guitar magazine "best of" lists, with or without the gender qualifier. Lest you get the wrong idea, brother Francis' drumming is the other crucial element, keeping a frenzied, unrelenting pace and providing a worthy sibling foil. The show is tonight at the Baby Bar. (21)

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Also tonight:

THE HOP!: Electronic Dance Party feat. Total Overglow (All ages)

SARANAC PUBLIC HOUSE: Brothers ov Midnite  (All ages)

JONES RADIATOR: Go Man Gos, Folk Inception (21)

KNITTING FACTORY: Blistered Earth (Metallica Tribute), Invasive, Soblivios (All ages)


You might call him lucky, but imagine the pressure on Lukas Nelson, a musician who just so happens to be the son of the great Willie Nelson. As he attempts to step out form behind the shadow of his father, Lukas and his band, The Promise of The Real, stand alone, booking events such as Farm Aid and The Late Show with David Letterman. The group plays rockin' country-esque music that would make Willie proud, yet distinguishes Lukas and his gang as their own entity. He'll be playing at the Panida Theater in Sandpoint. (All ages)


A lot of things come from Texas. Ten-gallon hats, longhorns, and the band Blue October, although the band has remained free from the oil-slicked country rampant in the area. Best known for their chart topers like "Hate Me" and "Into The Ocean," the band last released Any Man In America (2011), which includes the single "The Feel Again (Stay)," presenting a softer sound heavy in echo and vocal layering. This changes the typically hard, screaming lead vocals found in "Hate Me," into something warmer. Like a Sting-meets-pack-a-day-Phil Collins sound. They'll be at the Knitting Factory. (All ages)

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