Half-Brit garage rockers
Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs
play the Metro Gallery with
Ott and the All Seeing I
-a live band led by British electronic producer Ott-continue their U.S. tour at Baltimore Soundstage.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
isn't too gloomy to cash in on the nostalgia engendered by a decade's absence at Rams Head Live.
's name is on the marquee at Rams Head Live tonight, because nobody would buy tickets to see Snoop Lion.
brings Kentucky-fried chillwave to the Golden West with
Three Legged Race
headline Baltimore Soundstage, and afterwards the offshoot solo project
plays at E-Villa. Contemporary country duo
Love and Theft
, which, contrary to popular belief, is not comprised of a guy named Love and a guy named Theft, play the Recher Theatre. '90s country hitmakers
plays the Maryland Live! Casino in Hanover.
Baltimore county emo sensations
All Time Low
give an in-store performance at the Sound Garden at 5:30
Easy Star All-Stars
, the reggae collective who put out
, dub it up at Baltimore Soundstage. Minneapolis punks
Off With Their Heads
play the Golden West with the
Max Levine Ensemble
. The moe. side project
is at the 8x10.
Rosie Ledet and the Zydeco Playboys
bring the sound of Louisiana to the Creative Alliance at the Patterson. It's fall now, but the only song people will care about when the
play the Ottobar is still that "Boys of Summer" cover.
returns to Baltimore for a show at Rams Head Live, just a few weeks after the Metro Gallery gig where it debuted its first new songs in a decade.
Hopefully you've already, uh, "bought" your tickets for the Virgin Mobile FreeFest, featuring
Ben Folds Five
and many more at Merriweather Post Pavilion. The Creative Alliance at the Patterson presents a production of
1814! The War of 1812 Rock Opera
Charm City Limits
bring bluegrass in from the outskirts of town to Joe Squared Station North. Texas synth rockers
play the Pentagon with
tries to excite audiences outside the context of their nifty music videos at Rams Head Live. Manitoba punk legends
plays the Ottobar with
. Taxlo presents
at the Golden West.
Creative Differences brings the
Michael Formanek Quartet
to the Windup Space for a record-release concert for its new album,
SUNDAY: Melvins Lite
, in which King Buzzo and Dale Crover are joined by Trevor Dunn of Mr. Bungle fame, play the Ottobar.
plays solo jazz piano at An die Musik.
plays a record-release show at the Charm City Art Space with
. Mellow indie singer/songwriter
plays the Metro Gallery with
. Classical Revolution has a chamber-music jam session at Joe Squared Station North. Baltimore Soundstage hosts a battle of the bands.
Wu Tang Clan mastermind the
performs solo at Baltimore Soundstage.
Queens garage-rock institution the
play the Ottobar with the
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
crawls out of the buzz-bin graveyard to play Rams Head Live.
Hank Levy Legacy
pays tribute to the late Baltimore-born jazz innovator at An die Musik.
Australian noise rockers
play the Golden West with
. 98 Rock's Revenge Of The Riff presents the
at the Recher Theatre. The
Out Of Your Head
assembles Kevin Gift, Janel Lepin, Greg Thompkins, and Erich Von Marko to improvise at the Windup Space.
plays the Ottobar in support of the new album
and his famous testicles open for the
at Rams Head Live. Glam-metal also-rans
hits the House of Rock in White Marsh.
Baltimore soul man
funks it up at the Metro Gallery with
IN THE WINGS:
The nu-metal band it's socially acceptable to like, the
, is headed to Rams Head Live on Oct. 26. (For more information. visit ramsheadlive.com or call  244-1131.) Thirty-somethings who are starting to feel nostalgic for '90s pop-punk will be ready for the
at the Ottobar on Nov. 1. (For more information, visit theottobar.com or call  662-0069.)
's "Single Ladies" tour, with opening act
comes to the Lyric Opera House on Nov. 27. (For more information, visit lyricoperahouse.com or call  685-5086.)