Pollard still turns out as many as a half-dozen albums a year — by now, he's a pro with a recognizable bag of tricks. This can be a good thing. Last month's Our Cubehouse Still Rocks, by his latter-day band Boston Spaceships, is full of confident swagger; the only thing really missing is that thrill of discovery. Or maybe a thrill of rediscovery — which we just might get now that the club is back open.

GUIDED BY VOICES + BLITZEN TRAPPER | Paradise Rock Club, 967 Comm Ave, Boston | November 5 at 8 pm | 18+ | SOLD OUT | 617.562.8800 or thedise.com

READ:Guided by beers: On the sauce with an American rock band. By Brett Milano.

Editor's Note: A previous version of this article incorrectly referred to the new Boston Spaceships recording as "Our Clubhouse Still Rocks."

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