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Circuit Vine, Gold Wolf Galaxy, Force Publique, LoveyDove

Thurs July 24.

Azalia Snail was one of the most beguiling bedroom-fi psych auteurs of the ’90s. She had an off-kilter, faux-naif thing going with her high-pitched voice blowing cool breezes over spindly, spangly songs that gently squeezed you into daydream reveries. If you’re curious about her music, start with 1990’s Snailbait and move onward chronologically. Snail’s new project is LoveyDove, a Burbank, California, duo with Dan West. They sound a bit more “pro” than Snail’s solo output, but their 2013 self-t... more » $5.

Chop Suey
1325 E Madison St

PROG: Gel-Sol, Narvan, John Felthous

Thurs July 24.

Disclosure: I used to DJ with Gel-Sol (Andy Reichel) and Narvan (Frank Jenkins) back when PROG was confusing drinkers at the Living Room bar a couple of years ago. Along with DJ Explorateur, we fought a quixotic battle against decades-ingrained apathy and knee-jerk hatred toward progressive music. We built a small but devoted following until the Living Room closed in 2012. Soon after, Gel-Sol moved PROG to the Hazlewood Bar, and he and his mates continue to spin some of the greatest specimens of... more »

Revolver Bar
1514 E Olive Way

Sea of Bones, Heiress, Eye of Nix

Thurs July 24.

All three of these bands—locals Heiress and Eye of Nix and Connecticutt’s Sea of Bones, in all of their heavy, haunting, beautiful, and ploddingly sludgy glory—could easily be thrown on a mixtape with Pelican, Neurosis, and Isis and fit perfectly, yet stand out as something unique in their own right. Some may label these bands “thinking man’s metal,” “post-rock” or “metalgaze.” I just call them awesome, plain and simple. Tip: Bring earplugs. This one is bound to shake the resin out of that dome... more » $8.

210 Broadway E

The Quiet Ones, BOAT, Marty Marquis

Thurs July 24.

Rare is the modern straightforward rock band that writes concise, catchy songs that don’t make me yawn. (I’ve heard enough straightforward rock songs to last a few lifetimes, thanks.) So when a modern straightforward rock band keeps me listening, and not just out of professional obligation, it’s news. Seattle sextet the Quiet Ones just have it—it being an intuitive knack for writing clever melodies you want to hear over and over, tunes that simply don’t wear out their welcome, swathed in textur... more » $8.

2200 Second Ave

Chatham County Line

Thurs July 24.


Tractor Tavern
5213 Ballard Ave NW
Cafe Racer
5828 Roosevelt Way NE

Logan Ulavale

Thurs July 24.

2125 Queen Anne Ave N

Los Aztex

Thurs July 24.

2322 Second Ave

Mandolin Hooper

Thurs July 24.


Admiral Benbow
4210 SW Admiral Way
2 Bit Saloon
4818 17th Ave NW

Neema, Krizz Kaliko

Thurs July 24.

925 E Pike St
Chapel Performance Space
4649 Sunnyside Ave N
1809 Minor Ave #10
Highway 99
1414 Alaskan Way

Pete Wilson, Guests

Thurs July 24.


Conor Byrne
5140 Ballard Ave NW

Piper Stock Hill, Cloud Cover

Thurs July 24.


Tim's Tavern
602 N 105th

the Wailers, Two Story Zori

Thurs July 24.


412 N 36th St
Darrell's Tavern
18041 Aurora Ave N

The Thrown Epps

Thurs July 24.


Central Saloon
207 First Ave S #1

Vunt Foom

Thurs July 24.


2202 N 45th St

Rich Pellegrin Quintet

Thurs July 24 at 7:30 pm.


2214 Second Ave


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