on the LA Times music blog Pop N Hiss
Canada’s answer to both Billy Bragg and Ryan Adams, Matthew Good, plays the cozy basement of Prague just south of Congress on 5th Street at 11 p.m. Good doesn’t tour the States often, so if you missed him at the Troubadour earlier this week, this might be your last chance to see him in the U.S.
Mimicking the Beatles in a weird way, sorta, Sum 41 will bring its pop punk to the roof of Maggie Mae’s at midnight.
Then, finally, if you couldn’t get into the Spin party, Hole is playing a late-night (1 a.m.) show at the Dirty Dog Bar on 6th Street. If you don’t want to end your night with some celebrity skin, you’re missing the point of this grand melange of excess. Go rock.
what did i leave out?
that Quiet Company is playing tonight.
why did i leave it out? BECAUSE LAST TIME I WROTE IT BILL MURRAY SHOWED UP AND I WASNT THERE
ME THE ONE WITH THE CUBS HAT EVERYWHERE!
im going tonight to see them but im not saying where.