Recommended Shows This Weekend 7/26/13 - 7/28/13

FRIDAY, JUL. 26


Unguent (PA)
Mincemeat or Tenspeed (PA)
Some Pepper (PA)
Kevin Harris
Beauty Pageant
Animal Teeth
Willis
MC Tubby Tom
DJ Austin 3:16

@ The Livery / 3211 Cherokee Street
8 PM / donations / 21+

Apop Records and The Livery smashed two smaller shows together into a mini-festival of rejects. Check out this mid-Summer nightmare with anti-techno mash up jams, sloppy pop rocks and gothic crooners. Geniuses and dim-witted feedback mongers alike occupy the Livery in an unholy matrimony.

SATURDAY, JUL. 27


Gnawed (MN)
The Icebergs
Charlie Turner

@ Foam / 3359 S. Jefferson
8 PM / $5 / all ages

Gnawed is a lumbering noise guru who pushes power electronics through a wall of sound. A set from Gnawed gives an overall feeling of oppression. Charlie Turner has been known to blast overwhelming glitch and static sounds and the Icebergs are a fresh, new local group.


Greyscale (TN)
Other Colors (MD)
Heavy Horse
Anodes

@ Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center / 3301 Lemp Avenue
8 PM / $5 / all ages

This show is an essential primer on good post-hardcore in the Midwest United States. Heavy Horse just dropped a great new album, so hit their link to check that out. Anodes, as always, is powerful and a vital part of St. Louis music, and these two locals support the unstoppable Greyscale and the swirly pop-mess of Other Colors.


Ou Où
Syna So Pro
Loose Screwz

@ Old Post Office Plaza / 815 Olive Street
7 PM / free / all ages

The Luminary presents three off-kilter electronic acts of a different ilk in an unconventional downtown space. The weather's supposed to be nice, so bring your own whatever (food, drinks, chairs) and chill with hip-hop, ambiance and mostly mellow tunes.

InFest StL #3 is happening all weekend. Check their Facebook event page or the flyer below for more details.