10 p.m. Tuesday
Hi-Ho Lounge, 2239 St. Claude Ave., 945-4446
The Rhode Island-based 19-piece marching band dubs itself "Luddite hardcore" — what punk would sound like if its founders were mariachi fans in Dickensian alleyways. The brass-and-drum bombardiers' repertoire includes audience kazoo-alongs to Brian Eno and a Salt-N-Pepa/$25,000 Pyramid theme medley. Why Are We Building Such a Big Ship? opens. Tickets $5.