It’s finally the weekend, and that means it is time to reward yourself with some of your area’s best events. Don’t miss out on anything happening near you, because we’ve got everything you can do right here. This is TALive’s weekend picks.
Friday, March 8th-Kepone (Reunion Show) at Black Cat
The Richmond, Virginia natives are giving a one of a kind reunion show at Black Cat. The indie rockers have been around since the early 90s, and their reunion show will be one you won’t want to miss. They are only going to be back for a limited amount of shows, so this is a unique opportunity to see them together once more.
Friday, March 8th-Chelsea Light Moving with Normal Talk at The EARL
Chelsea Light Moving is Thurston Moore’s newest band. They recently released their first self titled debut, which is a bit more pop-py than his acoustic solo album he released after the Sonic Youth hiatus announcement. Check out what you think of his newest musical endeavor.
Friday, March 8th-Man Without Country at DC9
Hailing all the way from South Wales, Man Without Country, is a long way from home. They use the newest equipment to create electronic music like none other. Staying ahead of the times, Man Without Country is on top of the electronic music scene.
Friday, March 8th-Shark Week with Dance for the Dying at Rock & Roll Hotel
Friday, March 8th-Story League All-Stars at Black Cat
Friday, March 8th-Field Report with Hunter Callahan at Eddie’s Attic
With close relations with Bon Iver, Field Report is a show you won’t want to miss! Rolling Stone has even said the band is poised for a huge break through soon. Field Report is going to be the next big thing, so don’t miss them while they are on their rise.
Saturday, March 9th-Mixtape at Black Cat
Saturday, March 9th-Today is the Day with Black Tusk at Rock & Roll Hotel
Blending metal, noise, and rock Today is the Day has toured the world with other huge names in the industry. For over two decades, Today is the Day has been the top band in influential and unique metal music, and frontman Steve Austin has produced for Lamb of God, Converge, and others. Don’t miss this opportunity to see them!
Saturday, March 9th-Alexz Johnson at Vinyl
If you recognize Alexz Johnson, it’s probably because you’ve seen her on TV as well. The young Canadian singer songwriter is not only self managed but self funded. She refuses to sacrifice the clarity and level of her music to management, and has been churning out honest songs since she began playing. Not only that, she keeps her music focused on her fans.
Sunday, March 10th-Night Beds with Indians at Black Cat
Night Beds has been wandering around the country, sleeping in cars, drinking, and finding inspiration for their music. The songs have come together over acoustic guitars and soft melodies that are saturated with the experiences the band has gone through.