Immortality Is Yours. Take It.
Did you know it was possible for the entire internet to be reset? It's true. There are a group of 14 keyholders spread across the globe, who, in the event of a major cyber crisis, can combine their individual keys into a master key that can reboot the entire internet.
Our immediate concern is this: Exactly what would happen to all the cat videos on the web should the thing one day happen to be reset? And would that mean we'd all have to start going out more to keep ourselves entertained?
At least, in a place like North Texas, there's always plenty of places to go.
Jucifer at Lola's
There are a ton of other sludge metal acts out there. There are more than enough husband-wife duo's on tour right now as well. Hell, Jucifer is probably not even the only husband-wife, sludge metal duo going. The band is, however, one of the loudest you'll ever see, thanks to the wall of amplifiers frontwoman Gazelle Amber Valentine pipes her ax through. And, really, isn't the whole point of seeing live shows to hear something you just can't get from the record? — Cory Graves
The Glitch Mob at House of Blues
Is it just us or is the list of banned items on the House of Blues' website a lot longer for this show from the LA-based EDM trio than most other nights at the venue? Outlawed tonight are drugs, eCigs, opened packs of cigarettes, opened tampons, eye drops, candy necklaces, massagers, laser pointers, LED gloves, LED microlights, glowsticks, pacifiers, Camelbacks, fanny packs, stuffed animals, frisbees, tents, balloons, umbrellas, masks and chapstick. Or basically anything that anyone thinking about coming to this show is probably into. — CG
Bayside at The Prophet Bar
In case you were wondering: The Queens-based pop-punk outfit named itself after one of the train stations in its hometown, and not the high school were Zack Morris and Co. ran amok. Although, to be fair, given the fact that a majority of the band's fan base isn't old enough to have ever seen a single episode of Saved by the Bell, that one was pretty much a given. Four Year Strong, Daylight and Mixtapes open. — CG
Cool Out at Crown and Harp
Joining Tony Schwa at his long-running Monday night gig this week will be DJ Redeye's alter ego of the week, Urethra Franklin. — CG
To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.