Legal Limits Cassette Release Show w/ Millionaire Magicians & Action! – The Family Wash – 9:00pm, FREE
Southern rockers/members of just about every band in East Nashville, The Legal Limits, will be gracing the Family Wash this evening for their cassette release show of Hot Pursuit. The EP was recorded back in 2007 by beloved East-sider and Cater Administrator, Andy Willhite, and mastered by Jeremy “Battletapes” Ferguson, which means you’re basically going to eat this shit up. Rounding out the bill are DD favorites, Action!, and the Millionaire Magicians. Cassette releases? Who do these people think they are, Infinity Cat bands?
The Features w/Bows and Arrows & Tristen – 12th and Porter – 7:00PM, $10
So, hey, we love The Features. This is about the least controversial statement a blog in Nashville can make about anything. Did you guys watch the premiere of Circus on PBS? We didn’t because we were too busy having our ears molested by Die Antwoord at Cannery, but we heard that it uses a Features song as its theme, and that’s pretty cool. Bows & Arrows, who we almost booked for our 8 Off 8th last month, and Tristen are opening. If you’re not too lazy to leave the East Side, you should catch this show.
Belcourt Seat Sale – The Belcourt – 12:00pm-3:00pm, $726
Hope you’ve been saving your pennies. The Belcourt is pulling out the seats in the 1966 theater (that’s the smaller one that was stained by last weekend’s Rocky Horror screenings) to replace them with fancy new ones that you won’t fall through. Loathe to miss a fundraising opportunity, the theater is offering to trade their old seats in exchange for donations. They don’t tell you how much you should donate, but they do mention that the new seats cost around $250, so you may want to keep that in mind. If you’re feeling really fancy, you can buy a set for $500 from the bigger theater. It comes with a plaque!
First Saturday Art Crawl – The Arcade and Downtown – 6:00pm, FREE
You know what’s better than drinking free booze? Drinking free booze while walking in circles. Tomorrow is the first Saturday in November, so not only can you get that circle walking and free booze consuming out of your system, you can pretend to look at some art, too. Y’all know the drill. If you need a primer on how to drink at the art crawl, you may want to refer back to our original experiment.
Old Fashioned Pie Throw – Blend (in the Arcade) – 6:00pm, FREE to attend, $5 to participate
While you’re at the art crawl, you may want to do this. Whatever the hell this is. We really aren’t sure, it can’t be as obvious as it sounds. Or can it? In any case, you can watch for free, but if you want to throw pies in an old-fashioned fashion, you’ll have to put up $5. More information that will be of zero actual use to you can be found on Isle of Printing’s blog.
Turbo Fruits w/Big Surr & others – Glenn Danzig’s House – 7:00pm, $5
It’s a show in Nashville’s best place to see shows in a basement (that isn’t “The Basement”). Honestly, there’s not a whole lot more to say about it than that. Turbo Fruits, D. Watusi and Deadbeat Beat are playing. So are 8 Off 8th alums Big Surr and Reid Magette. BYOB (probably), don’t hang out in front of the house or on the street, don’t be a jerk. If you don’t know the address, you may want to Google around for it.
// Photo by Seth Lemmons.