Monday, September 23, 2013
So much is happening this Week In Music it all needed to be addressed. As the Cami Bradley show proved last night, people in Spokane can stay out past midnight on a school night. Here are some awesome shows to help continue this trend this week.
Also, in case you missed it, the Terrain music lineup has been announced and we cannot wait for Friday, Oct. 4.
House DJs Brothers ov Midnite
6 - 6:30 pm The Holy Broke
5 – 6 pm Ehrler Vogel (Literature Park Stage/2nd Floor)
6:20 - 6:50 pm Duke Hogue (Literature Park Stage/2nd Floor)
7 - 7:30 pm Infinite Penz
8 - 8:30 pm Lucid Faces
9 - 9:30 pm Blackwater Prophet
10 - 10:30 pm Mama Doll
11 - 11:40 pm The Pack A.D.
Midnight - 1 am The Hood Internet
Jaeda Glasgow hits hard on the mic. Not only has this positive hip-hopper been put on the Inlander’s Bands to Watch list back in 2010, she also rocked Volume earlier this year. Tonight, Jaeda + Zodiac, along with Jonny October and Corina Corina, play Mootsy’s starting at 9 pm. Cover is $5.
Their name will get you. How did a band get away with using a homophobic slur as its moniker? That’s what makes them so punk rock, obviously. And with song titles like “F--- the world,” “I Hate Everything” and “I Can’t Stop Farting” it’s clear the band is as ensconced in the extreme immature side of punk, but that’s what makes them so much fun. Formed in the early ‘80s in New Hampshire, the band’s brand of Ramones-esque sound has persevered through the years, even after the death of their drummer Hugh O’Neill in 1999. Paired with equally ridiculous bands, Teenage Bottlerocket and The Copyright at the The Center Tuesday at 7 pm, the Spokane show will be out of control. The show is $12 in advance and is open to all ages.
For any crazed fans of HBO’s cult series The Wire you’ll recognize Steve Earle as Bubbles’ AA friend — he also lent his talents to the Season 5’s version of the opening credits Tom Waits song “Way Down in the Hole.” But his stint on that show was far from the most important work in Earle’s decades-long career. His classic album Guitar Town and put him on the map in the 1980s and he has since enjoyed a cult-type following from both lovers of the country and rock ‘n’ roll genres. His voice is by no means beautiful, but with brutally honest lyrics to back up the guitar skills, his songs seep into the mind and never let go (see “CCKMP” above). Battling with addiction in the ‘90s, Earle has emerged stronger than ever.
His show starts at 8 pm at the Bing Crosby Theater. The Mastersons will open.
More Thursday music:
Frightened Rabbit with Augustines play at Knitting Factory at 8:30 pm, tickets are $16