December 5, 2011
After seeing the excellent Someone Still Loves you Boris Yeltsin at the Tractor this past weekend, we’ve once again become infatuated with singing drummers.
As luck has it, Seattle’s best frontman drummer and one of it’s finest pop lyricists (and fittingly, an alcohol-supplying friend of SSLYBY), Michael Lerner will be bringing his Pavement-inspired and Death Cab-esque pop rock gems to The Crocodile tonight.
His band Telekinesis will headline the evening that also features Seattle’s Young Evils and NYC’s Caveman.
12/5 Telekinesis / Young Evils / Caveman @ The Croc :: 8:00 PM :: Tickets are $13 :: 21+
January 22, 2011
If music were drinks, tonight we’d be craving something warm, refreshing and fun. The ideal drink to fit our craving would be a hot toddy, and the musical equivalent would be seeing The Young Evils at the Tractor Tavern in Ballard tonight. With duel vocals, gentle guitar work and jangling tambourine, Seattle’s own Young Evils are one of our favorite new bubblegum Americana bands. Another local favorite (who sounds like they were spawned from Jeff Tweedy himself), The Black Whales, will share the stage with the Young Evils tonight, as will newcomers The First Times.
If you’re looking for a feel-good, toe-tapping show to recover from the week past, we’ll see you at the Tractor tonight, drinks in hand.
1/22 at the Tractor Tavern :: The Young Evils, The Black Whales, The First Times :: Doors at 9:00 PM :: $8 available at the door :: 21+