New Orleans duo Generationals play tonight at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. They recently released a new album, Heza, on Polyvinyl records. The indie pop band brings a lot of fun with their sound as they utilize various guitar tones, 80′s-esque beats, claps, bells, and an overall uplifting tone. Tickets and information for the 21+ show with Splashh can be found here. Below, check out a music video for the band’s “Put a Light On” off their new record album.
Influential post-punk band Killing Joke comes to Union Transfer tonight. Hailing from England, the band formed in 1979 and have released 14 albums (their most recent being MMXII in 2012), 3 EPS, and 23 singles, becoming a large influence on rock bands today. Tickets and information for the all-ages show with Czar can be found here. Below, watch the video for their classic, “Eighties.”
Jake Shimabukuro, ukulele master, will be playing at the Keswick Theatre tonight. He has used the instrument in ways many people have not seen before, and continues to do so with his recent album, Grand Ukulele . His style of playing breaks boundaries on many levels, and he has also been the subject of a documentary entitled Life on Four Strings. Tickets and information for the all-ages show with Leo Kottke can be found here. Below, check out an a live performance of his song “Dragon”.Generationals, Jake Shimabukuro, Johnny Brenda's, Keswick Theatre, Killing Joke, Life on Four Strings, Union Transfer