Pick: Snake Island! Tour Return Party

August 31
Snake Island! Tour Return Party w/ Ladyfinger and Powerslop
Brothers Lounge, 3812 Farnam St.
9 p.m., $5, facebook.com/SnakeIslandarego

Snake Island! have spent the bulk of the last month on an extended West Coast tour, promoting their new album Evil Music. The psychedelic garage rock act is now back in town and to celebrate their beachfront marauding, they will invade Brothers Lounge with two of the city's best bands. For Ladyfinger, this show is a rare appearance. According to Snake Island! guitarist Allan Schleich, it might even be Ladyfinger's debut performance on the carpet of Omaha's most-beloved punk rock lounge. Meanwhile, Powerslop usually requires stumbling into a house show to see live. The show should also present a Snake Island! evolution, as a long road trip as a special way of refining and sharpening a band.

posted at 07:38 am
on Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

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