Vedera tonight, Coyote Bones tomorrow…

Category: Blog — @ 12:26 pm May 4, 2007

Well, we made it to the weekend after all. The show list isn’t very crowded, but it’s pretty good.

Tonight at The Waiting Room, it’s Kansas City’s Vedera — who were just here in February, and who still sound like a cross between Bettie Serveert and Metric (I think I compared them to Denali before). Once again, they’re playing with Lincoln’s Tie These Hands. Spring Gun also is on the bill. $8, 9 p.m. (though Waiting Room shows are becoming notorious for starting an hour or more late — better to sell booze with, I suppose, and who can blame them now that they own the bar).

Saturday night it’s not only Cinco de Mayo, but it’s also the long-awaited CD release show for Coyote Bones’ Gentleman on the Rocks, which Lazy-i has long declared as the best non-Creek local release so far this year. Sharing the stage at The Waiting Room will be two other CoCo Art collective members — Flowers Forever featuring Derek Pressnall of Tilly and the Wall, and Dereck Higgins, who was among the plethora of supporting musicians who appear on Gentleman… $7, 9 p.m.

Meanwhile, just a hop, skip and jump down Maple Street at PS Collective, Black Squirrels are celebrating the release of their debut CD with the help of Midwest Dilemma and poet Todd Robinson. $5, 9 p.m.

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