Need an antidote for the great preponderance of dude-fronted music that filters through Little Rock? Try this bill at White Water on Thursday, October 8: Led by three women from Murfreesboro, Tenn. who favor ruffled hot pants and cowboy boots on stage, Those Darlins rely on a healthy convergence of sex, camp and classic country harmony. No one has ever written a better song about getting drunk and eating chicken. From New York by way of Brisbane, the Grates specialize in a biting brand of female-fronted indie-pop. Both acts appear to be in the process of blowing up. This could be the last time we see them here for a while, 9:30 p.m., $7.