So, if you happen to not be able to escape from the house this evening to check out the NOFX/Latch Key Kids show, the Wiggins/Aunt Dracula show, or the Aiden/Schoolyard Heroes show (or, heck, even if you can get out of the house), all is not lost. Simply turn on that trusty stereo and point the tuner at 91.7 FM at around 8PM tonight to catch the awesome power of Paris Falls live on the air on KTRU's "Local Show," hosted by bi-cityite Ian Varley.
Paris Falls are honestly one of the coolest, most intriguing bands around these days, with Raymond Brown's blues-belter howl, those dirty-but-not-too-distorted guitars, and longtime scenester (and ex-Jinkie) Mike Deleon solidly behind the drum kit; I've been inexcusably sitting on their out-this-week second full-length, Vol. II, which they'll be debuting at Boondocks on February 28th with friend Jason Puffer DJing. Tune in for the radio show, then go see 'em play live. You have my solemn word that this will be good.
(Oh, and apparently the Local Show will have promising young'uns The Wild Moccasins two weeks from tonight, and the ever-excellent Papermoons two weeks after that. Guess you know what your Tuesday nights are gonna be about for the forseeable future, don't you?)
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