Last call for local rap crew REZIZTANZE at Fête (401.383.1112) or SARAH & THE TALL BOYS at Cady's Tavern (401.568.4102) on THURSDAY (the 26th). And here's a solid start to your FRIDAY (the 27th) — GOOD TIME CHARLIE, SIX STAR GENERAL, and COMA COMA crash the Apartment for an early show (7-10 pm, 401.228.7222) — and speaking of 75orLess Records, head to Dead Cat Gallery in Cranston afterwards for the official return of BROADCASTER, with INVISIBLE HOURS and badass newcomers GERTRUDE ATHERTON. On SATURDAY (the 28th), Dusk (a hidden gem on Harris Ave.) delivers another headbanger's delight with WEAK TEETH, POST TEENS, SHE RIDES, and BURNING LOVE ($6, 401.714.0444), while six-string blues maestro PAUL GEREMIA is at Nick-a-Nee's (401.861.7290). Indie-rap icon APATHY hits the Met on Saturday with local rhymer BIG RUSH (Ap will be shooting a video and attendees are encouraged to rock a hoodie and fitted cap; all-ages and $12 at the door, 401.729.1005). Saturday night rocks on with THE SENDERS at Ball's in Cranston (401.734.9955), while Stone Soup Coffeehouse in Pawtucket hosts folk/blues icon GEOFF MULDAUR with local jug band troupe THE KC MOANERS; doors at 8 pm with a $20 cover, call 401.921.5115. Hey, anyone else heading up to both ARCHERS OF LOAF shows in Cambridge on Friday and Saturday? Oh hell yes! See you there. Ahead to TUESDAY (May 1st), AS220 (401.831.9327) hosts TIG & BEAN, MICAH BLUE SMALDONE, and COKEWEED; and get to Firehouse 13 (401.270.1801) on WEDNESDAY (the 2nd) and check out a loud one featuring locals LOWLIFE, along with THE REGRET and MURDER DEATH KILL.
: New England Music News
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