One thing I didn’t have room for in last week’s column about David Matysiak and the Bemis (here) was that David planned to christen the new Bemis recording studio with his old friends The Black Lips while they are in town for tonight’s show at The Waiting Room. From what I saw a week ago, the session would merely be a test of how well the room sounds, as there was a lot of work left to do, including constructing a window through the wall that separates the actual recording studio from the mixing room. Still, not a bad way to get the studio off the ground. Matysiak and the rest of Coyote Bones opens for Black Lips tonight, along with The Selmanaires. $10, 9 p.m. — and still not sold out, as of lunchtime. Maybe it’s not sold out because everyone’s going downtown to Sokol Auditorium for One Percent Production’s very special Mandy Moore concert, which also features Ben Lee and Chris Stills. Just $23, 8 p.m.
It’s amusing to go to the One Percent website these days and notice that every date on their online calendar is filled. I don’t remember that ever happening before. Business must indeed be booming.
Tomorrow, look here for this week’s column, an interview with Jeremy Buckley, the instigator behind the annual Lincoln Calling music festival, which kicks off this Thursday.
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