- Photo by Miguel Rosario
Thu. Sept. 7 | Fugazi's Guy Picciotto produced the Providence, Rhode Island band's acclaimed 2017 album, Cost of Living (Sub Pop), a fast-and-furious blast of bilingual punk to tear down borders and white supremacy. Singer Victoria Ruiz leads the full band through a closing chorus on album opener "A Wall": "A wall is just a wall and nothing more at all." Special Interest opens at 9 p.m. at Gasa Gasa.
DJ Soul Sister
with DJ Jazzy Jeff
Fri. Sep. 8 | "In Uptown New Orleans, born and raised / At Tipitina's, is where she spends all her birthdays." This 11th annual birthday jam for "The Queen of Rare Groove" welcomes former Fresh Prince spinner DJ Jazzy Jeff, who last month reunited with Will Smith for "Get Lit," their first song together since 1998. At 10 p.m. at Tipitina's.
- Photo by Jeffrey Dupuis
Fri. Sept. 8 | Rebirth Brass Band, Colin Lake, Jon Cleary and Paul Varisco and the Milestones perform at the fundraiser to raise awareness about ALS and support the Gleason Family Trust. From 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at Champions Square.
- Photo by Ben Moon
Mon. Sep. 11 | With its 1997-2004 triptych of The Lonesome Crowded West, The Moon & Antarctica and Good News for People Who Love Bad News, Isaac Brock's Pacific Northwest gang shepherded its Tourette's-inflicted brand of indie rock from a fringy subgenre to the raging mainstream. Mass Gothic opens at 8 p.m. at Civic Theatre.