Fourth of July fireworks a distant memory? Do you need more explosions? No worries! A-town will literally (literally!) blow up when the experimental sludge ferocity of Tacoma's Lozen
and punk-noise brilliance of Los Angeles' Qui
(who boasted The Jesus Lizard's David Yow as a band mate for a time and still work with him when schedules permit, according to the band's Facebook page) land at the Jambalaya.
Joining these two duos, local sweetheart garage rockers, Clean Girl & The Dirty Dishes
. Cover is $5, show is 21-and-over, doors open at 9 p.m., things ignite around 10 p.m. (Note: Last week's Setlist incorrectly listed this show as being at the Alibi — it's at the Jambalya. We regret the error.)
Up in Trinidad, L.A.'s bluesy rockers Hunter & The Dirty Jacks
celebrate the Humboldt release of latest album Single Barrel with not one, but two nights at Cher-Ae Heights. The band's bio cites influences The Rolling Stones and the Black Crowes and a quick listen confirms both the underlying raunchy blues hooks and emphasis on rock 'n' roll. Free show, 21-and-over, 9 p.m.
Look into your live music future here