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The Music Crumudgeon’s preview for Friday October 24, 2008

Submitted by RamonLP4 on October 24, 2008 – 2:01 amNo Comment

Leon casino, Friday, October 24
OK what the hell is with you, Friday? Talk about front-loading a week! OK fine! I’ll give you all of today and plug the rest of the week Saturday morning. For today here is what the citizens of Montrose will have to choose between.

Health / The McKenzies / B L A C K I E / The Wiggins / Female Demand / Rusted Shut / The Krinkles
@ Notsuoh
(Doors 8PM)
Ok let’s face it, the Wednesday deluge totally mucked things up. Robert from Indie Houston messaged me to tell me that The McKenzies were stranded then Omar said Health was stuck and soon the whole thing fell apart thanks the the wrath of mother nature. But you can’t keep a good show down and now it’s back and with a vengeance. Still only ten bucks but now (as if to thumb our noses at the gods) the show comes with the the sonic brutality of everyone’s favorite lovable scumbags Rusted Shut plus the melodic early punky styling of the Krinkles. Man, it’s going to be a freaking zoo on Main!

Here is the order as of 3:15Pm today.
Female Demand
The Wiggins
Muzak John
Rusted Shut
plus 4 more bands (maybe)

Pierced Arrows / Rustler / Motion Turns It On
@ Rudyard’s

Fans of the eternally cool Dead Moon were pretty bummed when the band called it quits after 20 years. Of course, we didn’t believe it could be so - after all, the band had seemed to be one of rock’s purest expression of angsty driving rock and roll jitters - and clearly Fred and Toody Cole weren’t buying it either because here they are with their new band Pierced Arrows ripping it like the Dead Moons never died. To make this even more cool you have the ever clever Rustler who were wowing audiences a few months back with their instrumental whimsy only to disappear into the aether. Well, they’re back too! Motion Turns It On is a band that likely couldn’t stop if it wanted to. Like a shark, it has to move or die. And move they do with a wild crazy abandon of frenetic instrumentals that will leave you as breathless as running a marathon.

Art Opening:
Philip Durbin’s A Coarse Portal
@ ArtStorm

with DJ Ceeplus Bad Knives and PRKL8R
@ Artstorm inside Caroline Collective (4828 Caroline St.)

I’m not an art critic; all I know is there is free beer. I kid of course! There is more to Artstorm openings than just free beer. Artstorm openings are always great fun and the music tonight along with Philip Durbin’s “compilation of psychedelic paintings, prints and wearable art” will be a good way to kick off your evening. C’mon! How can you not go?!! OK, if for some inexplicable reason you can’t make it out for the opening, note that the exhibition is on view from October 24 through November 22, 2008. Got it? Good.

Branch Dividian (1am), Trifle Tower (12am), Rageous Bros (11pm - last show), Warcola, Pools, Vaste Burai
@ Emory, Texas

So you want to leave town, whip out the camping equipment, and wear black? Hey, you are in luck! No Thanks Fest is “An annual DIY fest on 1200 acres of beautiful land in Emory Texas with camping the entire weekend”. Yes that’s right! 1,200 acres circle pit - your dreams have come true. (Check out Saturday’s line up with the ever awesome Dissent.)

Watain / Withered / Book of Black Earth / Ritual Killer
@ Walter’s on Washington

Aww, just look at ‘em. Aren’t they simply adorable? Swedish Black Metal band Watain celebrates 10 years of blood, Satan, and, ya know, all that dark stuff. Just the stuff to rock when yr. blogging at 3am.


Mechanical Boy (CD release)/Thee Armada/The Last Place You Look/Velora/The Tastydactyls
@ Fitzgerald’s
We always try to mention music release shows.

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