Grave Babies, Ume Lead This Week's Show Announcements

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EMILY DENTON
  • Emily Denton

The next generation of lo-fi is Grave Babies, the drone pop hellions from Seattle who sound like they hate themselves, which is all we really require from guys who sound like Jesus and Mary Chain. Ume! The magnificent she-bastards that stole everyone's heart at LouFest are heading to the Firebird because the people at the Firebird can read what's in our mindtanks.

Chaifetz Arena Reba McEntire, October 28

Cicero's Action Item, November 11 The Front Bottoms, November 8 Grave Babies, September 20 Matt Pond PA, October 24 Motopony, September 29 Teenage Bottlerocket, October 28

The Firebird Dave Beck, September 12 Family Force 5, November 3 Ume, October 27

Focal Point Eric Brace and Peter Cooper, October 21 Michael Brewer, October 15 Sara Grey and Kieron Means, October 28

Fubar Automagik, September 30 The Blind Pets, October 3 The Canvas Waiting, September 9 Primer 55, September 29

Gargoyle Baths, September 30

The Gramophone James Thackery and the Drivers, September 30

Off Broadway Bari Koral Family Rock Band, November 13

Old Rock House Authority Zero, October 15 Dio Disciples, October 2 Gregory Alan Isakov, November 4 Walk the Moon, October 10

The Pageant Owl City, November 7

Pop's Blessthefall, December 10 Of Mice and Men, November 25

Second Presbyterian Church Chanson du Soir, March 25 Doane College Choir of Nebraska, January 21

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Three Dog Night, October 8 Zucchero, October 20

Vintage Vinyl Telekinesis, October 2

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