Get Distorted with Fletcher C. Johnson.
We here at Central Track don't know much about committing the perfect crime. But one thing we do know is that you should never — ever — return to the scene of the crime.
It's just common sense.
Alas, some people — seasoned criminals, at that — haven't seemed to learn this yet.
Just earlier this week, when a 28-year-old Michigan fraud suspect was ordered to undergo court-mandated fingerprinting, he not only showed up to the central records facility to get printed, but he then attempted to pay for the service with a stolen credit card.
Needless to say, he got caught.
The lesson here is simple: If you're going to do something again and again, make it something awesome — like Monday night fixtures Cool Out or Vinyl Tap.
Not something like, y'know, committing identity theft.
New Classes at SchoolClass
Three new classes are available at School Class tonight. Start off with leatherworking, then move on to event-planning and, finally, jorts-studding. The avid learner in you will thank us later. — Jessica Petrocchi
Vinyl Tap with DJ Mr. Rid at the Double Wide
Kick it old school at the Double Wide tonight, where you can buy, sell, swap, play and hear records and tapes with fellow music lovers. To top it off, DJ Mr. Rid will entertain vinyl enthusiasts with some beats of his own. So, if you have that special vinyl you've been searching for, maybe this is your chance to find it. If not, we have some tips for you here. — JP
Fletcher C. Johnson, Sauna and Howler Jr. at The Crown and Harp [Downstairs]
Nationals meets locals tonight as Dallas Distortion Music presents Fletcher C. Johnson, Sauna, and Howler Jr. at The Crown and Harp. Johnson is an indie band inspired by '60s garage rock and pop, Sauna started playing shows back in 2010 when their members were still juniors in high school, and local upstart Howler Jr. will open things up, rewarding the early arrivers. — JP
Cool Out Mondays at The Crown and Harp [Upstairs]
The club may have a new name, but to the throngs of service industry folks and dancefloor junkies who've been flocking to DJ Tony Schwa's Monday night offerings since circa 2007, not much else has changed. And that's a good thing, considering that this crowd shows up here, eager to take in this weekly's nu-disco vibes week in, week out. Stay cool forever, Schwa. — Cory Graves