Friday, March 14, 2008

A Quiet Weekend In The Area

photo by Michael Alan Goldberg

Not much going on this weekend in Philly and Baltimore/DC, only a few shows of note. Everybody must be having a good ol' time down Austin-way. So enjoy the weekend and make the best of it.

Friday night, two local shows in Baltimore and DC are on the bill. Kadman is having a CD release show at the Metro Gallery with Rain The Shining, while Greenland and Bellflur team up for a show at Rock and Roll Hotel.

Two big names fight for your attenton on Friday in Philly and then in DC on Saturday. Atlanta's Black Lips are rolling through the area with bayou electronica by Quintron and Miss Pussycat in support. Or catch Bob Mould, founder of one of the most influential bands in what we know as 'alternative' music, Husker Du. Or you may know him from Sugar, or just on his own. Either way, they will both be great shows.

Black Lips/Quintron and Miss Pussycat
3/15: Philly @ Johnny Brendas
3/16: DC @ Black Cat

Bob Mould
3/15: Philly @ The Troc
3/16: DC @ 9:30

If you missed the Louis XIV and Austin's What Made Milwaukee Famous in Philly earlier this week, they make a stop in DC Saturday night.

3/15: DC @ Rock and Roll Hotel

On Saturday, Baltimore meets Philly when Squaaks drive up I-95 and join Philly's own Jotto.

3/16: Philly @ Johnny Brendas

Black Lips - Cold Hands
Quintron and Miss Pussycat - Jamskate
Bob Mould - The Silence
Jotto - Backyard Circus
Squaaks - Fire
Louis XIV - Guilt By Association
What Made Milwaukee Famous - Resistance St.
Kadman - Blue Walls
Greenland - Forward Frame to Frame
Bellflur - First to the Moon

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