RampArt is putting on another massive punk show tonight at 8 p.m. Headlining will be the anarcho-crust ska band Leftöver Crack, whose name is noted for gracing more fliers, T-shirts and venue-bathroom applied stickers than almost anyone else in the world of underground music in the last 20 years. Fellow New Yorkers Cop/Out and Houston's Days N Daze are on the underbill as well, but I'd really be burying the lede if I didn't point out that four-decades old Canadian rough joke act Dayglo Abortions will be bringing its uniquely asocial punk rock to the halfpipe stage tonight. This will be one for the books. What books those are remains to be seen ($20).
Later on at the Alibi, there's a benefit show for Hollow Down, whose tour bus/home went up in flames last month (as I mentioned in a recent column). The folks Strix Vega and Mojave Green have generously donated their time tonight at help the boys raise some coin for a new set of wheels. The music starts at 11 p.m., the show is only $5 and it's all for a good cause.