TesseractT with Intronaut and Cloudkicker and The Drunken Unicorn
TesseractT just welcomed Ashe O’Hara as their new vocalist, and the patience and loyalty of fans anxiously awaiting the band’s new chapter will certainly pay off when they take over The Drunken Unicorn tonight!The band promises that, “Nocturne is one of the most uplifting and exciting pieces of music we have created. It faithfully continues down the same vein of groovy.”
Doors at 8:30 p.m. Show is SOLD OUT!
Aaron Lee Tasjan with Special Guests, Courtney Jaye, Tim Easton, and Eliza Rickman at Eddie’s Attic
As you listen to the songs on his latest EP, Crooked River Burning, you begin to understand that while Tasjan seemingly works endlessly to bring his music to whomever will listen out on the road, he is also singing these songs because he has to. There is pain within the reedy Midwestern drawl of his voice but also the ability to laugh at life’s misfortunes and ultimately transcend them by putting into words and music all of his thoughts and experiences along the way.
Doors at 6:30 p.m. Ticket: GA $8 in advance, $12 at the door. Table seats are $10 and must be purchased in multiples of 4.
Dean Wareham at The EARL
Wareham is counted as one of the original voices of American indie rock. His band, Galaxie 500 emerged from Boston in 1988, and made three celebrated albums for Rough Trade (recently reissued on Domino Records). “Galaxie 500 were the ultimate cult group,” wrote Bookforum, “a band who set the stage for the indie scene of the 21st Century.” His next band, Luna, recorded seven albums for Elektra and Beggar’s Banquet (including Penthouse, on Rolling Stone’s list of best albums of the 90′s), followed by three albums as Dean & Britta (with Britta Phillips). In 2013, he released a 6-song EP, Emancipated Hearts. His songs have been covered by Beck, Ryan Adams, and Joanna Gruesome.
Doors at 8:30 p.m. Tickets: $20 Online and phone sales close at 6 p.m.