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Triumph of Lethargy and friends. 

Get yer Moleskine's out and start blacking out. Some nights, that is.

Tonight!

Minus the Bear celebrate their new stonily

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The Week Ahead

Triumph, Visqueen, Ladyhawk, Thieves, Akimbo, and lots more.

zollotriumph.jpg

Triumph of Lethargy and friends. 

Get yer Moleskine's out and start blacking out. Some nights, that is.

Tonight!

Minus the Bear celebrate their new stonily delicious record Planet of Ice with a live show at Queen Anne's Easy Street. The boys play at 11 p.m., after which you can snag the cd when it officially goes on sale at midnight. Save some room for tomorrow night as well, when the laser dome at the Pacific Science Center is taken over by Planet. Yeah!

If you need something to keep you busy between now and then, stop by Havana for Sad Bastard Monday's- Michael Vermillion's sweet, sad, whiskey drinking night. The weather's just right for it.

Tomorrow night the ladies of the Detroit Cobras kick out spicy covers of songs you've likely never heard before at Neumo's (8 p.m. doors, $12 adv.). Conor Byrne's hosts it's weekly "Old Timey Jam" in Ballard. Don't forget your bloomers or suspenders.

Wednesday, Troubletown, aka Jenna Conrad, a girl and a guitar who's between song banter is worth the trip alone (she's also a member of Damien Jurado's band) opens for Fences and Neil Burton of Patient Patient at the Croc (9 p.m., $6). New Luck Toy headline a Rat City Roller Girls film benefit at the Funhouse (9:30 p.m. $5) and Battle Hymns (formerly Western States) play second of three (Junkmail and opener Bedroom Walls) at the Sunset (9 p.m. $6).

Thursday Rachel Flotard's Visqueen gets political: they play live at City Hall at noon with Carolyn Mark (free!). Kimya Dawson and the high energy rockers Old Haunts take the stage at Neumo's with T.V. Coahran opening (8 p.m., $6).

Friday, don't miss Andrea Zolo behind the drum kit as a fresh-off-a-West coast-tour Triumph of Lethargy Skinned Alive to Death open for Whalebones along with Vacouver rockers Ladyhawk at Chop Suey ( 9 p.m. Free). Akimbo celebrates their CD release with a show at, where else? The Comet Tavern, with The Assailant and Android Hero (9 p.m. $6). Husband and wife team, Thieves of Kailua are recieving acclaim after just a few Hawaiian flavored outings around town. They play tonight between Airport Cathedral (first) and headliner Tim Seely at the Croc (9 p.m. $10). The International Pop Overthrow Festival kicks off the first of three nights at the Sunset and Bill Patton & the Credentials start things off right at the Tractor for Pillow Fighter and Ghosts I've Met (9 p.m. $7).

That's just a pinch of what's happening around town this week though- head to the full calendar for a heavier dose.

 
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