Brooklyn punks with the name so dumb it might be brilliant, Cerebral Ballzy, are back at Fubar on October 7. Cue the resounding chorus: "Isn't that kid's dad the CEO of Kinko's or some shit?" Grab your glowsticks: 2720 Cherokee snagged Infected Mushroom for a Thanksgiving extravaganza, all those carbs should keep you dancing into the wee hours. And that gangster from Gary, IN, Freddie Gibbs is back to drop knowledge at the Gramophone for the second time this year on October 3.
2720 Cherokee Infected Mushroom, November 24
BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups Eli Cook, September 24 Indigenous, October 14
Beale on Broadway Bugs Henderson, November 11 Morey Sochat and the Special 20's, November 25
Blueberry Hill Matthew and the Atlas, November 3
Europe Nightclub Basshunter, October 8
The Firebird Chris Webby, October 11 I Call Fives, October 22 Moonface, October 25 The Rouge, September 29 Santah, October 6 Sleepy Sun, September 25
Fox Theatre Furthur, November 20
Fubar A Bullet for a Pretty Boy, November 2 Arsis, November 1 Black Tusk, November 14 The Bled, November 3 Cerebral Ballzy, October 7 Chuck Dukowski Sextet, October 13 Deception of a Ghost, November 9 Micawber, January 5 Reaping Asmodeia, October 16 Touche Amore, December 10
The Gramophone Freddie Gibbs, October 3
The Heavy Anchor Acid Baby Jesus, October 1
Luminary Center for the Arts Oneohtrix Point Never, October 2
Off Broadway Robbie Fulks, Willy Porter, October 16
Old Rock House Trampled By Turtles, December 17
The Pageant David Cook and Gavin DeGraw, October 10 Marsha Ambrosius, October 26
Pop's Alesana, October 22 Mastodon, Novmeber 13 Tesla, November 9
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