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Last Class Bash is going on upstairs and while this yearly event happens…every year, I still cannot deal.

Tonight, GCBG hosts the premier gig of the hot new acid rock girl group, Myelin Sheaths! F. Yah.

On tonight’s programs:

Artist – Track Title – Album  * = Canadian

Silver Mt. Zion – Black Waters Blowed/Engine Break Blues -13 Blues for Thireteen Moons

PJ Harvey and John Parish – Sixteen, Fifeteen, Fourteen – A Woman A Man Walked By

The Hive Dwellers – My Noise (Superchunk cover) – 20 years of Merge Records: The Covers

The Balky Mules – Before Too Long – The Length of the Rail

Elvis Costello – No Dancing – My Aim is True

*Immaculate Machine – Thank Me Later – High on Jackson Hill

*Megan Hamilton – I ❤ Computers

Matteah Baim – Pagoda – Laughing Boy

Friday Hyvoen – Dirty Dancing – Silence is Wild

*the O Voids – On Fire – O Voids/Wicked Awesome 7inch split

*Bayonets!!! – Glassteeth

*The Summerlad – Everyone Scolds the Wolf – The Summerlad 7inch

*Japanroids – Wet Hair – Post- Nothing

Weird Owl – Skeletelepathic – Tee Pee Records Sampler

Myelin Sheaths – Your Acid is too Basic

Jetplanes of Abraham – Not Tonight – Jetplanes of Abraham

Pick of the Week: Silver Mt. Zion

Sasquatch pre-amp:



Sasquatch announced  their 2009 line-up today (thanks to all you twit’s who kept me in the loop….) and it is lookin’ mighty fine.

Personal high lites include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Decemberists, Fleet Foxes, TV on the Radio, Of Montreal, Explosions in the Sky, M83, The Walkmen, Monotonix, The Pica Beats, Demetri Martin and Tim and Eric. Seriously, this is pretty fly. I have yet to see 60% of this list live…

Sasquatch always provides a pretty sweet ass time and everyone who has gone has had nothing but very good things to say.

The Gorge is amazing, the music is on-going and fantastic and because it’s in May it doesn’t usually get “unbearably-Coachella-I’m-gonna-die-but-I-won’t-buy-a-3-dollar-bottle-of-water” hot. Which is good news bears. That being said, Coachella’s line up is looking good too. Huge as usual which means there are a lot of artists to check out, but a little desperate. Kinda like that second cousin who seeks you out at family gathering’s, sporting American Appearl tights, a “vintage looking” tee, an eyebrow peircing and talks about that great indie band “Death Cab for Cutie” they just discovered  “ON VINYL”.

Ya know?

More info? Check it!

Lastly, as a gift: