Off the Couch: Summer's last gasp

A busy weekend for What Cheer? Brigade
By CHRIS CONTI  |  September 17, 2014

Head to the Met on THURSDAY (the 18th) for The Mallett Brothers with Dylan Sevey & the Gentlemen and Holy Roller High (all ages, $10, 401.729.1005). On FRIDAY (the 19th), The Low Anthem, Ravi Shavi, and What Cheer? Brigade take over the skating rink downtown for a free show starting around 6 pm; the Trinity beer garden and food trucks will be on site, too. Also on FRIDAY (the 19th), Three Bad Jacks heat up Firehouse 13 with The Radiator Rattlers, Consuelo’s Revenge, and The Evil Streaks (all ages,$10, 401.270.1801). The Fête Lounge is the place to be come SATURDAY (the 20th) when Midday Records delivers a massive album release party with new material from SexCoffee, Bros., The Quins, The Sweet Release, and Brother Ghost, plus The Can’t Nots and the Jessica Prouty Band bookending the event (all ages, doors at 5 pm, 401.383.1112). March down to Aurora (formerly Roots Café downtown) on SUNDAY (the 21st) for a PRONK! fundraiser with marching band madness from What Cheer? Brigade, Kickin’ Brass, Extraordinary Rendition Band, and much more. On TUESDAY (the 23rd), Darklands headlines an EP release party at AS220 with Broads, Burglary Years, and Kiss Concert ($6, 401.831.9327). On WEDNESDAY (the 24th), there’s a benefit show at the Columbus Theatre to help out singer-songwriter Keith McCurdy’s medical bills, featuring Pixels, Tallahassee, and Tapestries. And next THURSDAY (the 25th) at the Parlour, check out 75orLess Records reps Bob Kendall and Bill Keough, plus Naushon Hale and Steve Donovan (21+, $3 at the door, 401.383.5858).

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