by Tim McMahan, Lazy-i.com
The indie music cage match we’ve all been waiting for finally goes down tonight. I intend to be at The Waiting Room for The War on Drugs, mainly because I like their records more than Chvrches’ records, but also because it’s close by, it’s cheaper and I like the opening act, Califone, more than The Range. That said, there will be more people at Sokol Auditorium tonight for Chvrches. You can’t go wrong with either show.
The detes: The War On Drugs is $15, starts at 9 at The Waiting Room; Chvrches is $20, starts at 8 p.m. at Sokol Auditorium. As of this posting, tickets are still available for Chvrches, but War on Drugs is SOLD OUT.
There are other shows happening tonight if you’re not digging the indie choices.
Mason Brown, whose work includes stints with Tilly and the Wall, Coyote Bones, Icky Blossoms and Jet by Day, will be performing tonight as part of a project called Color-Tone Drone. Brown says it’s “a guitar orchestra conducted by colors. I’ve done a couple here in Atlanta. This particular performance will feature 16 guitarists from various local Omaha bands.” The performance is called Synaesthesia. Opening is Omaha legend Dereck Higgins and TBD Dance Collective. $5, 9 p.m.
Here’s the trailer for the Atlanta version of the show that took place earlier this summer. Looks like a head trip:
Also tonight, UK punk legends The Vibrators try to tear apart The Brothers Lounge. I think drummer John “Eddie” Edwards is the only original member. Regardless, should be a fun show, with Hand Painted Police Car opening. $7, 9 p.m.
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One Percent Productions announced this morning that their new club, Reverb, will open at 4 p.m. this Friday. The new club is just north of Jake’s at 6121 Military Ave., and will have its official break-in show this coming Sunday featuring Sebadoh, which (surprisingly) is still not sold out.
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