The Springs’ favorite alt-metal band Inelements — who happen to be this focus of this week's Indy cover story — will be playing a CD release show for their excellent new collection, The Warning, at the Black Sheep this Saturday.
Meanwhile, fans of smart-ass punk with odd songs and odder theatrics can catch the Mostly Don’ts that same evening at Zodiac, where they’ll be shooting a concert video.
Moving into more singer-songwriterly terrain, look for Tom Skora and his new Many Machines project, featuring Grant Sabin, Alex Koshak and Andres Romero, at the Lon Chaney Theater Friday. Edith Makes a Paper Chain and Chauncy Crandall & the Rocket Flies open.
And finally, don’t forget popular out-of-towners Lucero, who will be bringing their Americana-inclined rock back to the Black Sheep on Sunday. The recently announced opener for them will be Denver's Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats.
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