Bridge The Gap To Wednesday.
Now that April Fools is over you, can take things seriously and stop being mad at your sister for pretending she's pregnant. It was scary, sure, but it was all in good fun.
Speaking of good fun: How about what's going on tonight? Denton's looking nice with two shows, one of which is in a house. Meanwhile, in Dallas, there's a show to indulge in at the reliable House of Blues, some Tuesday Night Trash courtesy of The Texas Theatre and a conversation about an architects' impact on Dallas.
Caveman at Dan's Silverleaf
The New York-based ethereal synth-pop quintet Caveman is releasing its self-titled, sophomore album today. And, lucky us, their tour brings them through Dan's tonight. It's a safe bet that they'll bring their A-game tonight, too, given that they'll be all celebratory and whatnot.
Two Knights, Innards, Bukkake Moms and Babar at Macaroni Island
Macaroni Island is like Clark Kent. By day, it's a dwelling space, a home. By night, it's venue. Usually, the shows have a touring band. Tonight, however, it's all local everything. Check out some local favorites like Innards, Babar, Two Knights and Bukkake Moms. Don't Google bukkake if you don't know what it means, though.
Mindless Self Indulgence at House of Blues
This band's fifth album, How I Learned to Stop Giving a Shit and Love Mindless Self Indulgence, was funded through more than $225,000 in Kickstarter donations. You can hear elements of punk, electronica, hip-hop and industrial rock in this band's rowdy sound. So the band name is about right.
Tuesday Night Trash: Hard Ticket To Hawaii at the Texas Theatre
You can always count on The Texas Theatre to bring a terrible movie your way on Tuesdays. This week, they're showing Hard Ticket To Hawaii , which holds a 3.6 rating on IMDB and earns it.
“The Bridge to Somewhere: A Year Later” at the Dallas Center for Architecture
This panel discussion that picks up where we all were a year ago today, when we openly wondered where the hell the Santiago Calatrava-designed Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge even went. Specifically, the discussion will center around the lasting impact of Calatrava's design. Or maybe it'll just question it.