Rockenroul All Night.
You know what they do for fun over in Ireland?
Put fresh sheep shit in their mouths and see who can spit if the farthest. Such a fun sounding game.
It's a real shame sheep excrement isn't easier to come by, really. And before you say anything, no, the game doesn't work with any other species' droppings; we asked.
So, we guess if you're not going to stuff your face with sheep poop this evening, you might as well look for something else to do. Here's a few backup options, anyway. — Cory Graves
Oil Boom, A. Sinclair, War Party at The Prophet Bar
Last fall, Oil Boom's single “The Sneak Tip” was named via NPR as one of the 10 songs at the time that public radio can't stop listening to. And it's true; it's now nine months later, and that sucker still gets plenty of spins via local public radio station KXT, who is presenting this show. Austin rocker A. Sinclair and Fort Worth punks War Party also perform at this public radio-approved show. — CG
Ska Revival Tour at Three Links
Do you sometimes feel like the only person anxiously awaiting the arrival of a fourth wave ska revival? Maybe you are. But we're guessing you won't be the only person skanking to the dulcet tones of Be Like Max, The A-OK's, Joystick and Rude King, performing at Three Links tonight as part of the current round of the Ska Revival tour. — CG
High Fidelity at Sundown (Free)
Top five all-time best reasons to check out High Fidelity tonight at the Sundown at Granada: 1. John Cusack. 2. Jack Black 3. Sad bastard music. 4. Cosby sweaters. 5. Peter fucking Frampton. Go! — Diamond Victoria
Lady Gaga Sing-Along at Alamo Drafthouse
Attention Little Monsters, the Queen of [Art] Pop demands you sing and dance-along whilst her music videos are shown on the big screen. Needless to say, the theatre's infamous no-talking rule will not be in effect at this one. — CG
Collick, Marcy, Slimy Member at Macaroni Island
Tonight, Denton hardcore outfit Collick kicks off its current tour with a performance at the house venue where it recorded last year's Summer 14 record. Milwaukee's Marcy and Dallas' Slimy Member also perform. As usual, don't be a dick, respect the house rules and all that, and do bring some cash for the touring bands. — CG
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