Take A Trip Out West With Best Coast.

After recovering from all the day-drinking you did this Memorial Day weekend, going out and doing it all over again is probably the last thing on your mind.

Right now, in fact, you're probably lying on your couch and recovering — well, that, or slumping in your office chair and wishing you were lying on your couch and recovering.

Alas, there are things to be done tonight.

Don't let your couch take over your day.

Limp Bizkit at the House of Blues
Thought Limp Bizkit was ready for retirement? Think again. Fred Durst and Co. are “Ready To Go” with a new single and a tour set up to help promote the upcoming release of a new album called Stampede of the Disco Elephants. The group is now under new management, too — and with Cash Money Records, oddly enough. We're not sure how to feel about that. Anyway, Dallas' House of Blues is one of their last stops in their U.S. tour.

Bosnian Rainbows and Zorch at Trees
Because At The Drive-In and The Mars Volta weren't enough, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez has formed yet another band. This one's called Bosnian Rainbows, and the sound's a bit of a departure for Rodriguez-Lopez: The electric tones and smooth, haunting vocals aren't exactly heavy, though. Actually, they're kind of upbeat. See what we mean tonight at Trees, where the Austin-based electronic and experimental duo Zorch will open the show.

Best Coast at Granada Theater
You've heard Best Coast. I know this because this outfit has been everywhere — and fairly consistently so — since bursting onto the scene with 2010's Crazy For You. No surprise as to why: The way singer Bethany Cosentino's soft and flirty voice lilts over her band's punky sound will transport you straight to the beaches of her home state of California. So expect a little piece of Los Angeles a the Granada tonight.

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