Friday, March 20, 2015

THIS WEEKEND IN MUSIC: Reunions galore with Rough Congress, Whiskey Dick Mountain and Six State Bender

Posted By on Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 11:55 AM


The Supersuckers take their countrified tour to Pinnacle Northwest tonight. The Seattle-based rockers have gone through a lot to perform here (read our story on Eddie Spaghetti’s trials right here) and it promises to be a night of crazy. The all-ages show is $11 and starts at 8:30 pm. The Camorra opens.

The Bartlett is in the Round again, this time with local performers Sarah Berentson, Alex Ishkov, Cedar & Boyer, Chris Cook, Aaron Abolofia. The all-ages show starts at 8 pm and is $10 at the door.

Followers of Whiskey Dick Mountain will be taken back to church this Saturday as the band’s second coming is upon us. Other awesome bands at the Mootsy's show include the Shirkers (another sweet local reunion) and Fun Ladies. The show starts at 10 pm and is fo' free! 

A five-state bender just isn’t enough for punk-rockers Six State Bender, who reunite Saturday. Show up at Jones Radiator to find out why. You’ll probably want to arrive around 7 pm just to guarantee a space. The show is $5 and Siamese Suicide will be there too.

After this Saturday’s Rough Congress show, you never know when the Spokane supergroup will play their brand of modern soul again (read this week’s story on the band here). Meaning get down to nYne to see them take over the stage at 9 pm. The show is (ironically?) set to go on right after The Vagina Monologues.

On Pizza Time’s latest record Todo, the band sings the praises of its namesake dish with a song titled, yep, “Pizza Time.” On it, David Castillo, the lone official member of the fun-loving punk band, and a couple of his friends sing “Pizza time / Pizza time / Whoa oh oh,” repeatedly over fuzzed-out guitar and simple drumbeats. The rest of Castillo’s songs, mostly sung in Spanish, are no less catchy than the first tune. This is the Denver-based band’s Adios Tour, as Castillo has chosen to focus on his pop-rock act Panaderia after this run ends. So catch Pizza Time while you still can for their two sets Sunday night at Baby Bar. The show also includes a bunch of local bands like Jan Francisco, Stucco, Loomer, BBBBandits and Street Tang. The show is all-ages from 7 pm to 10 pm and 21+ after 10 pm. Best of all, this wild show is free. 

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