Thursday, April 24, 2008

THUR 4/24: Stuff To Do

Trever Keith, Face to Face
Am pretty sure I can get a Sneak Peek & IFF Boston (this is Bostonist's take) post out later. Time is crunching harder now that my softball league has started up...


A couple things I didn't mention last week:

THUR 4/24

Trever Keith, Say Vinyl, Suburban Sky
at Middle East - Upstairs, 472 Mass Ave, Cambridge (Central Sq)
$15 / 18+

Are there any Face to Face fans out there? Trever Keith's solo album truly sounds like a return to form of the best Face to Face material. You can stream the whole thing on his website, but I have access to an mp3 of the opening song:

Trever Keith -- "Cross Your Heart & Hope To Die"

Not $10, but this should be a really good rock show.

THUR 4/24

Charlie Chesterman
at Plough & Stars, 912 Mass. Ave, Cambridge (Central Sq)

Maybe free, maybe not. Good old-time rockabilly style.


Stuff that was on the weekly list:

THUR 4/24

Dennis Brennan
at Alchemist Lounge, 435 S Huntington Ave, Jamaica Plain

THUR 4/24

John Powhida Int'l Airport, Mike Gent's Rapid Shave
at Toad, 1912 Mass Ave, Cambridge (Porter Sq)

THUR 4/24

Fury!: New England Metal Fest Pre-Party w/ Thy Will Be Done, more
at Great Scott, 1222 Commonwealth Avenue, Allston
$5 / 18+

THUR 4/24

Harris, Aloud, The Brendan Boogie Band, Jen Murdza
at O'Brien's, 3 Harvard St, Allston
$7 / 21+

THUR 4/24 to SUN 4/27

Various Times (usually 7pm)
"Six Views, Same Shape": New Plays, Different Ways
at Boston Playwrights Theatre, 949 Comm Ave, Boston (BU campus)

THUR 4/24 thru TUES 4/29

Various Times
Independent Film Festival of Boston
at Somerville Theatre, 55 Davis Square, Somerville
at Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard St, Brookline
at Brattle Theatre, 40 Brattle St, Cambridge (Harvard Sq)
Mostly $9

Go see something!

For THUR 4/24, these are my best bets: "Medicine Melancholy", "We are Wizards" (music doc), "Mister Lonely", "My Effortless Brilliance", "Joy Division" (music doc), "Eleven Minutes" (doc), and "Meadowlark" (doc). All at the Somerville Theatre, except "We are Wizards" at Coolidge Corner.

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