For Nashville’s fans and followers of garage-punk acts both local and national – an increasing shared distinction – this is a pretty tough call to make. Do you head down to the Mercy Lounge to get gritty with Nashville-via-Cincinnati journeymen trio The Greenhornes – as supported by San Antonio Nuggets fetishists Hacienda and local Scene fave PUJOL? Or, do you set out for The End to catch an all-killer-no-filler bill featuring Infinity Cat mainstays (and fellow Scene faves) JEFF the Brotherhood and Heavy Cream supporting Hunx & His Punx and Shannon and the Clams’ double-shot of East Bay garage-revivalism? Truman and Kennedy had easier options to weigh, amirite? In all seriousness though, if local interest in contemporary garage-rock’s growing family tree is so abounding as to simultaneously carry and pack out both these shows, then it’s safe to say Music City has arrived as one of the fiercely relevant sub-genre’s vital strongholds. Now … on with the coin toss.