All this month, the folks at the facility/collective Brick Factory in Cummins Station are hosting a series of events they’re calling Everydayfest. Throughout the month of May, the fest is playing host to movie nights (Zombie on May 20 and Wild at Heart on May 27!), parties (Sparkle City Dance Party on May 26!) and more. But tonight, the Factory and fellow all-around-awesome venue/event space The Zombie Shop will double-team a sick double-bill of local punk and rock ’n’ roll artists, culminating with a set from No Regrets Coyote to celebrate the release of their new EP. The evening will begin at Brick Factory with sets from indie- and classic rock-inspired garage-punk high-schoolers Fox Fun, powder-keg rocker Reid Magette (who we once described as sounding like if “Tom Waits hijacked The E Street Band and then performed a set of dorm-room punk tunes”) and shoegazing dream-poppers Dirty Dreams. Then it’s over to The Zombie Shop for noisy alt-rockers Linear Downfall, indie-folk songstress Natalie Prass’ more rock-oriented outfit MOM, the new-to-us Oh Dang Lo Mein (if they’re as entertaining as their moniker, we approve) and to close it out, the band of the hour. Between their sludgy, snotty, grunge-pop, Weezer’s Blue Album-y sonics and the pictures of Fred Savage’s prepubescent face that you’ll find at No Regrets Coyote’s Bandcamp page, it’s safe to say that they’re quite comfortably stuck right in the heart of the ’90s. Let’s join them there, shall we? Oh, also, a 5 p.m. cookout and bicycle swap meet will precede the music. Nice.