Western Medication w/Good Sex & Dogs of Oz
Western Medication, the local post-punk brainchild of Justin Landis, is a beast that is constantly changing. When Western Med takes the stage tonight, Landis will be joined by an entirely different lineup than those he recorded the past two singles with. It’s a credit to their versatility and confluence of influences, perhaps best exemplified by those most recent singles: the subversive, garage-y “Problems in D.C.” and the New Wave-inspired “Reflections of the Sun.” Also on the bill are two other acts that are in similar stages of redefinition: Queer theory punkers Good Sex are on a tour-de-force: After putting out their debut LP Get Bent this past summer, they’ve been playing countless shows with the kind of enthusiastic abandon that dominated their LP. With them are Dogs of Oz, emerging from a 12-month hiatus a year older and wiser. The (still) high-schoolers are back on the show circuit in anticipation of their upcoming full-length debut.
Thu, Oct 17 | 9:00 PM
The Other Basement