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Weekend Warrior, April 29 - May 1

We look forward to presenting tomorrow night’s fine lineup for the Rock to the Future Benefit at Danger Danger Gallery. In just a short amount of time, the many musicians behind this organization have worked hard to offer free after school music education to young students during a time where it’s truly needed. So the usual rager and explosion of bands will be extra special because it’s all for a good cause. It will feature the indie gyspy rock of Conversations with Enemies whose Jessica McKay (please check out our recent interview with her HERE), Josh Craft, and Monika Julien have all played an important part in helping the organization thrive. Headlining will be Algernon Cadwallader, who just came off a mini-tour with Band Name and released their first bootleg. The mood is also sure to get ethereal and majestic once Power Animal bring their experimental xylophone melodica, and Frances Quinlan and the rest of Hop Along perform their transcendental indie folk. We hope that you come out and show your support of the arts and the future of your local community! (And yes, we’ll still have plenty of energy after spending the day at the PIFA Street Fair.) Danger Danger Gallery, 5013 Baltimore Ave., 8pm, Donations, 21+  
 
It’s pretty darn nice out so have some more fun…
 
Johnny Brenda’s (1201 N. Frankford Ave.) FRI Yellow Humphrey, Eliza Hardy-Jones, Young Nick Krill and Magic Mike, SAT Moon Women
 
Kung Fu Necktie (1250 N. Front St.) FRI Sickoids, SAT Tia & Tamara, Feather Mills, Cozy Galaxies, Flying Sutra
 
North Star Bar (2639 Poplar St.) FRI Echo Movement and Kings & Comrades, SAT – Arches, SUN Afton Rental and Seismic Thrust
 
The Fire (412 W. Girard Ave.) FRI (Early) Tongue Sculptors, Lavis Blake, FRI (Late) Brian McGee, SAT Busses, Oh! Pears, Jeff Ziegler, SUN The Red Masque
 
Tritone (1508 South St.) SAT Sugartown Phreak N’ Queer Festival Benefit w/Christ, Benni E, Glitter, SUN Sonic Liberation Front and Extreme Fishkin
 
Tin Angel (20 S. 2nd St.) SUN Attia Taylor
 
The Trocadero (1003 Arch St.) SAT Grind City, SUN Alien Architect
 
JR's Bar (2327 S. Croskey St.) FRI The Last Barbarians, SAT Wally and Bitchslicer
 
World Café Live (3025 Walnut St.) SAT Peek-A-Boo Revue
 
Connie’s Ric Rac (1132 S. 9th St.) SAT Caboder, Vilebred, Fleeting Ends
 
The Barbary (951 N. Frankford St.) SUN Mischief Brew
 
Danger Danger Gallery (5013 Baltimore Ave.) FRI Slutever and The Love Club
 
Pterodactyl (3237 Amber St., 5th FL) SAT Big Art Show w/Kelly & The Ruths and Tin Horses
 
Theatre of Living Arts (334 South St.) SUN Grandchildren
 
The Legendary Dobbs (304 South St.) FRI Lamagier, SAT Kingsfoil
 
Broad Street SAT PIFA Street Fair w/Phillybloco and much, much more.
 
Kimmel Center (260 S. Broad St.) SAT PIFA Street Fair After-party w/West Philadelphia Orchestra
 
Passyunk Ave. SAT Flavors of the Avenue & Crafty Balboa April Showers
 
Passion Reunion (Please contact one of the acts for details.) SUN My Turn To Win, Rock Bottom, Quiet Arcs, Changes
 
The Bordello (Please contact one of the acts for details.) FRI Angry Serfs
 
Hong Kong Garden (Please contact one of the acts for details.) SAT Dry Feet 7” Release Party w/The Eeries, Rowsdower, The Pussy Dogs
 

 

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Angel Snow, Natalie Prass, and Matrimony, 5/5/11

Celebrate your Cinco De Mayo at 3rd & Lindsley with Angel Snow, Natalie Prass, and Matrimony. The first two gals are two of Nashville's finest songbirds, who are revered for their beautifully unique melodies and their lyric-driven folk tunes. Both are about to release new albums, so they will be showcasing a lot of new material. Matrimony is coming in from out of town to round out the night, and if they're sharing a bill with the likes of Snow and Prass, then they can probably be guaranteed to entertain and impress. The show is an early one and starts at 6pm. Check out the facebook event for more details.--Erin Manning

 

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The Log Cabin Show/Bitchfest Benefit

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Falling Still to release Don't Kick The Whiskey LP

Falling Still somehow occupies this niche of space between post-Cobain grunge and glam rock, taking the musical taste from the former and the swagger and slight crassness from the other. While Don't Kick The Whiskey is off being mastered at Bernie Grundman, I was able to take a listen to the boy's work. The lyrics to "I am the Dr" are dragged through the dirty gutters of the Sunset Strip and leave you feeling a bit sexy, a bit filthy, and a bit high. The rest of the album is more focused from their previous offering, May All Magic Guide and Change You, while still retaining that unique genre bending that has the party pounding beers and swaying to the beat. No official release date as of yet.

-Angelo Lorenzo

i am the dr by Falling Still

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From Our Open Blog: Company of Thieves Live!

Company of Thieves have released seven live videos from there Logan Square Auditorium show in November of 2009. The band rips through some of their live staples including "Oscar Wilde" and "Pressure". They also touch on the lesser known live track "Even in the Dark". The song above is a track off COTs new album Running From A Gamble out May 17th on Wind Up Records. Although something tells me "Look Both Ways" has grown up a lot since this recording. The whole batch of videos was produced by Hollus frontman Jamison Acker and Company of Thieves.

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