Off the Couch: Let's get physical!

From the Body to Boobstock!
By CHRIS CONTI  |  October 23, 2013

The weekend starts THURSDAY (the 24th) with a gathering of excellent female singer-songwriters at the Parlour (401.383.5858) featuringChelsy Lau, Jenn Kitten, Susan Souza,and Malyssa Bellarosa. On FRIDAY (the 25th),Tapestries will release its new album at the Columbus Theatre with supporting acts14 Foot 1, Pat’s Wife, The Heavies, and Volcano Kings (8 pm, $10 at the door). On SATURDAY (the 26th) it’s once again time to help save the ta-tas at the 5th AnnualBoobStock bash, with Dusk playing host to a slew of local favorites, includingTorn Shorts, SexCoffee, Satellites Fall, The Stilts, and more (401.714.0444). On SUNDAY (the 27th),King Sickabilly throws down at Nick-a-Nee’s (21+, never a cover, 401.861.7290). A monster week at Machines with Magnets kicks off on MONDAY (the 28th) withBridesmaid, Songs, Keefshovel (greatest band name ever?!) andQueen Elephantine. And what better way to usher in Halloween than the scary-as-fuck duo known asThe Body, returning home for an official album release party (for the critically acclaimedChrist, Redeemers) on WEDNESDAY (the 30th) with special gueststhe New Trust (CA) and localsDust Cloud andWork/Death; this one will sell out, so don’t get caught snoozing, call 401.475.2655 for more information.

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