Daydream Fest at Main Line Brewery, Monday, May 30
Looking for one thing to do on the official kickoff vacation to summer time? The climate on Monday, May 30 is wanting good.
If you suppose you may take pleasure in a day full of a variety of advantageous native music, you may wish to swing by Main Line Brewery at 1603 Ownby Lane for Pete Leblanc’s Daydream Fest, a smorgasbord of sounds together with headliners Butcher Brown and Palm Palm, in addition to Spooky Kool, Deau Eyes, Night Idea, Weekend Plans, Abby Huston, Free Union, Good Dog Nigel, Dead Sun, Piranha Rama (who simply scored some large gigs opening for Pavement’s reunion tour in Austin and Atlanta) and Justin Golden and the come up According to Style jazz critic, Peter McElhinney: “The finale is a set from Butcher Brown, that includes famend [Bay Area] hybrid guitarist Charlie Hunter filling in for Morgan Burrs, who’s at the moment on tour with Swedish singer Snoh Aalegra.”
All the enjoyable begins at 11 am and goes all day, with distributors and meals vans available. Tickets are $20 upfront right here, or $30 on the door.
Stinking Lizaveta, Rebelmatic, and Merciful Zero at Richmond Music Hall
“Between the time when the oceans drank Atlantis, and the rise of the sons of Aryas, there was an age undreamed of. And unto this, Philly doom jazz steel legends Stinking Lizaveta, destined to bear the jeweled crown of Aquilonia upon its troubled forehead,” roamed the land with blood-dripping ax in hand, alongside instrumental steel brethren like King Sour of Richmond. Those have been the times when foul scum-suckers roamed the earth, reeking of hopelessness and van oil, enjoying to sold-out crowds of Yngwie Malmsteen maniacs and guys named Skillet who understood the ultimate chapter of the chronicles of humankind was quickly at hand.
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Aye, in the event you have been round in early ’90s Richmond, you could effectively bear in mind Stinking Lizaveta (named after a Dostoevsky character in “The Brothers Karamazov”) enjoying at holes like Hole within the Wall or Twisters, or Alley Katz, or wherever. The trio of cosmic highway warriors performed stay reveals that reached a legendary depth, due to the telepathic enjoying of brothers Yanni and Alexi Papadopoulos on guitar and stand-up electrical bass, respectively, and drummer Cheshire Agusta (it seems like they added one other dude on guitar, we do not acknowledge him). On the evening of Memorial Day in RVA, this band shall be joined by Richmond rockers Merciful Zero and New York punk groovers, RebelMatic, whose current EP featured a visitor look by the acrobatic singer Angelo Moore of Fishbone (hear beneath). Doors are at 7 pm Tickets are $15.