This is the infamous gig were WB gets the plug pulled on him. Exactly why is still kinda hazy. Drinking on stage, cussing and throwing furniture? I can verify the drinking/swearing part. I did see him gingerly upturn a chair. My view is that they had free beer there and bad words are in his music. I am not taking sides at all because I dig the people who run the event, it just seems weird that’s all. I am sure there was another reason, I dunno. Of all people, he seemed the most shocked to be getting the yank. He was genuinely happy to be playing there. I was actually enjoying his set. Super nice guy as well. Oh well. Some video love here. More photos here.

The Wreckids
Liquid Sundays
J. Verno Studios
Sunday, April 10, 2011
 So I am shooting down at the Arts Fest tonight and run into Sarah and her adorable son Wyatt. Driving home I think to myself how much I dig her and her old man’s band. Hey, I never posted the photos I took from the last time I saw them. More Wreckids love here.

I was slightly familiar with this band beforehand but I have to say that these guys were really enjoyable. I actually dug them more than their more popular label mates Broken Social Scene. I hope these guys make it through town again sometimes soon.

Lohio is wrapping up their very first ever cross-Midwest-extravaganza-tour tonight (Sunday 10/3) with yet another CD release show at Brillobox. Their tourmates and brethren in all things music Donora are also playing and I am confident that after a few weeks on the road together, this will be one tight as hell show. The release is a new EP entitled Family Tree and I had the pleasure of hearing some of it live at the last Liquid Sundays. I have to say I get worried when a band loses and replaces multiple members over time but with the anchor Greg has with Liz, I just love the direction that the band is going in.