It's the two-year anniversary of the opening of the all-ages safe and sober venue Outer Space and the crew is throwing a show. Beginning at 7 p.m. you can catch a diverse variety of local acts including the music collective 4 The Masses, loose and chunky punk band Wet Spot, indigenous activists Sarah Torres and Cousin Adam, and the mic stand poets of Word Humboldt. The entry fee is $5-$20 sliding scale so this one's got a lot of band for its buck.
Money, Humboldt County's premier interpreters of Pink Floyd, play Humbrews this evening at 9:30 p.m. ($10, $7 advance). I am told that tonight's show will be a recapitulation of P.F.'s second best album — in my estimation — Meddle. The best album is of course the genius progenitor of post-punk coldness called Animals, a point which I will argue with no one because I really have nothing riding on my opinion beyond my own absurd and ragged solipsism. Anyway, enjoy.