Tuesday — @Aurora, Yairms, Aihhia, Mother Tongue Wednesday — @the Spot, Turkuaz, Primate Fiasco @the Met, Brown Sabbath Thursday — @the Met, Grow, Poppasquash, Viking Jesus, Ships Have Sailed @Columbus Theatre, Dan Blakeslee, Tallahassee, Will Dailey @Burnside Music Series, Death Vessel, The Mansfield Hornets (Photo
(8.30) It’s the closing bash for “Dog Days,” AS220′s annual staff exhibition. Dance, comedy, music, and last chance to see the art. Islands, MonkeeHead, Betsy Miller & Gianna Rodriguez, Laurie Amat, Randy Bush, Rose Jermusyk, Chris Hampson, Rachel Lewallen MC Hoster: Michelle Mancone $5, 9pm,
Friday — @Dusk, Pom Poms, Reindeer, Harvey Mapcase, OSS @Nick-A-Nee’s, Johnny Watson Band @the Spot, Orgone, Daddie Long Legs @News Café, the Funk Lives, Tokyo Megaplex, the Electric Church, Oakli Boys @AS220, the Attending, Ghosts of Sailors at Sea, Darklands, Hurt Saturday — @the Salon,
Tuesday — @the Met, Nine Men’s Misery, Deadlands, Ground State Automatic @AS220, U SCO, Monoliths, Public Policy, There is Nothing Wrong With Your Television Set @Psychic Readings, Wokling, Tinnitus, Feedback Psychosis Wednesday — @the Columbus Theatre, Les Claypool’s Duo De Twang, Reformed Whores @AS220, Twenty-Four
(8.23) The Summit Neighborhood Association is hosting its annual music festival today at Lippitt Park, featuring Red Baraat (Bhangra Funk from NYC), Smith & Weeden, Dr. Jones and the Shiners, and more. Trinity Brewhouse Beer Garden, Tricycle Ice Cream, Poco Loco Tacos, more. Just as
Friday — @Psychic Readings, Bad Canoes, Unmen, Ursola @Dusk, Ask the Dead, Pile, Husbandry, 14 Foot 1 @the Met, Sarah Potenza, Rat Ruckis @Fête, Yami Bolo @AS220, Speaker for the Dead, Uh Huh, Jake McKelvie and the Countertops, Lost Wolves Saturday — @DOT AIR music
(8.21) Electric pop duo Home Body will play the Burnside Music Series Thursday. (Listen at Bandcamp.) How do they describe themselves? Lightning strikes and we march forth, tits to the sky, mouths open wide, the Milky Way in our blood. We taste like apple crisp
Monday —@Dusk, Jetty, Steady Hands, W.C. Lindsay, Able Thought @Simon’s 677, Kevin Gates, Chevy Woods, Smile Empty Soul, Behind the Silence, Awaken the Tide @the Met, Vanilla Function, Bochek, the Whole Facade, Roslyn @News Café, Stephen Harms, Devin Tuel Tuesday — @AS220, Greys, the Dirty
Friday — @the Steel Yard, Atlantic Thrills, 1-800-Band, Thirsty Music @the Met, Peter Piffen @Dusk, Lesch Nyhan, Headrot, Bog of the Infidel, Sire, Bestial Evil @News Café, Pixels, Girl Scout, Pyramid @Nick-A-Nee’s, Supreme Satellite Band @the Spot, Rebirth Brass Band, Background Orcs, the Electric Church
Monday — @Dusk, Twin Foxes, Strange Mangers, Soft Fangs, Horse Jumper of Love Tuesday — @the Met, Beres Hammond, the Harmony House Musicians @News Café, Jackknife Stiletto Wednesday — @Dusk, Bukkake Moms, Finished, Suicide Magnets, Txoka Txoka, Ded Library @the Met, Neutrinos, Broads, Glenn Robinson,
Friday — @Firehouse 13, Phinehas, Silent Planet @Dusk, Coma Coma, Baylies Band, Mike Mountain, Six Star General @Fête Lounge, Jet Black Sunrise, Those Mockingbirds, Her Majesty, BROS @the Met, Whores, American Sharks, Extinction Machine, Post Wreckage @Nick-A-Nee’s, the Robcats @Machines With Magnets, My Fictions, Mean
(8.7) This week the Burnside Music Series features Death Vessel — with Joel Thibodeau — fresh from their performance at the Newport Folk Festival. What a set of pipes on this guy — their album Island Intervals, recorded in Iceland with Sigur Ros, is brilliant.
Monday — @Psychic Readings, Weak Teeth, Blood Pheasant, Twin Foxes Tuesday — @the Met, Gambit, Running Maid, Manicity Wednesday — @Lupo’s, Machine Gun Kelly, @News Café, Au Revoir, Terror Eyes, 2194 @the Met, Foreign Tongues, Off & On, Anyone Anyway, Mountain Man @the Narrows, the
Friday — @Waterplace Park, Sleeper Agent, the ‘Mericans @the Met, I Am the Avalanche, Somos, Rust Belt Lights, New City Ghost @the Narrows, Bettye Lavette, Dietrich Strauss @the Columbus Theatre, Vio/Miré, Death Vessel, Micah Blue Smaldone Saturday — @the Met, Phamily, From the Makers Of,
(8.3) The Eric Barao Band will be performing songs from their recent eponymous album Sunday night at the Parlour. Clever arrangements and hooky songwriting got this power pop cd on several of last year’s ‘Best of’ lists. Some new work is on tap as well.
(7.29) Head over to Flatbread off of Thayer Street, eat good food, hear some exciting new music, and help raise money for Girls Rock! Rhode Island. Join us for a post-camp pizza party to support Girls Rock! Rhode Island! Bring your family and friends, eat