Portland indie heroes the Thermals come to Revolution on Wednesday, May 20, behind their hook-heavy new album "Now I Can See." You should have no problem singing along mid-pogo. American Princes' side-project Magic Hassle opens along with another Portland rock act, the Shaky Hands, 8:30 p.m., $10 adv., $12 d.o.s. One of the Thermals is ill. The show's been cancelled.
If you're in Northwest Arkansas or really like dance music, DJ/producer Treasure Fingers is gonna be at the FIX in Fayetteville. The Atlanta DJ is signed to Fool's Gold, A-Track's label. Fayetteville Flyer
has the further lowdown.
Or, if that sounds fun, but far, Cool Shoes co-founder Shawn Lee has taken over Wednesdays weekly at Deep. He says his "main goal is educate virgin ears to electronic music as well as keep feet moving." It's free if you print out the flyer above.
Damn, we're just beset by electronic happenin's. At On the Rocks, Wolf-E-Wolf and co. offer their regular "School of Dubstep" night, 9 p.m., free.
ALSO: The Village hosts a big emo show with Forever the Sickest Kids, White Tie Affair, the Audition, A Rocket To The Moon and Friday Night Boys, 7 p.m., $20.