Saturday, December 5, 2009

Weekend Round-Up: Iglooville Style Part 2

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Saturday:

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Tristen w/Larissa Maestro, Chad Dickinson & Charlie Murphey at Downtown Presbyterian Church. While you're art crawlin', there's a free show at the church on 5th. It's also being recorded by Welcome to 1979 on analog tape. Steve Albini is stoked.

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Kyle Andrews w/Heypenny, Plumb & Will Morgan Holland at the Listening Room. Andrews is all hopped up on Christmas spirit lately, he just released a holiday-themed EP called "Damn Baby You're Cold" and this show is a Toys for Tots benefit. If you bring an unwrapped toy for donation, you get in for free. The other bands are probably going to play Christmas songs too.

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Buzz and Click VI feat. Synapse Trap, 84001, Styches, Oliver Dodd, Jensen Sportag, Logickal, Bluff Duo, DAAS, Leslie Keffer & Forrest Bride at The End. Matt Sullivan's piece about it in this week's print edition makes it sound like it's your best shot at experiencing Nashville's outsider music scene.

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My So-Called Band w/Pocket Protectors at Exit/In.

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Rock Blok Showcase feat. Pretty in Punk, Elemental, Yelling At Inanimate Objects, The Unknown, Illuminati, Snakeface & The River Spirits at YEAH.

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Joe, Marc's Brother w/ Jason White, Bobby Bare Jr., Grimey & Will Kimbrough at Mercy Lounge.

Visit tonight's listings for more.

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