Thursday, May 30, 2013

YK Records, The Thermals, The David Wax Museum and More: Inside This Week’s Music Section

Posted By on Thu, May 30, 2013 at 7:35 AM

YK Computer: Michael Eades, thanks to his YK Records, may well be the patron saint of the local rock scene (This is the second installment in our ongoing "Label Makers" series. See our profile of Jeffery Drag Records here.)

Thermal Warfare: No matter what topic they opt to tackle, The Thermals have to stay a punk band (Playing Sunday, 2nd at Exit/In)

Wax’s Fruit: The David Wax Museum takes Mexo-Americana to the Far East and back (Playing Saturday, 1st at Exit/In)

Rounding the Basses: Double bass virtuoso Edgar Meyer performs his new Double Concerto with violinist Joshua Bell and the Nashville Symphony (Nashville Symphony performs the music of Edgar Meyer and Gustav Mahler May 30-June 1 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center)

In The Spin: Toubab Krewe with AJ and the Jiggawatts at Exit/In, Josephine Foster with Honey Locust and The Cherry Blossoms at The Stone Fox

Plus Critics’ Picks on The Melvins, The Jazz Music City All-Star Big Band, Natural Child with JP5, Kings of the F**King Sea and Jem Cohen, John Paul Keith, the Pre-Scion Fest show at Owl Farm with Hellbender and more, The Black Cadillacs, Pokey LaFarge’s record release show, Alison Krauss and Jerry Douglas’ benefit for the Americana Music Association, Dead Confederate, Snowden, Merchandise with Milk Music, Destruction Unit and Cannomen, Marty Stuart’s Late Night Jam and more

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