NO AGE, SUN FOOT, DEVIN GARY AND ROSS
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WIDOWER, JOSIAH JOHNSON, BARNA HOWARD
(Alberta Street Pub, 1036 NE Alberta) There's nothing achy-breaky about the heartfelt country-folk of Widower, whose new album Fool Moon is yearning and gorgeous. Don't miss 'em play the newly refurbished—and fantastic—showroom at the Alberta Street Pub, along with Widower's Mama Bird labelmate Barna Howard, and a solo set by some dude from some big Seattle band. NED LANNAMANN


DREAMDECAY, PANZER BEAT
(The Know, 2026 NE Alberta) Seattle's Dreamdecay don't really sound like any other band, heavy or otherwise. Earlier this year, the group released the staggering N V N V N V on Iron Lung, affirming their status as eminent up-and-comers; the record vacillates between dreary, drawn-out post-whatever (best exemplified by album opener "Nveedle") and driving, dissonant, albeit catchy hardcore ("Nvun" and "PerpetualNV"). But the group's recorded output doesn't quite do its live performances justice: Drummer/vocalist Justin Gallego is a powerhouse, one of the most commanding musical presences I've ever witnessed. Go so you can say you saw them when. MORGAN TROPER


FIN DE CINEMA: ROMEO + JULIET: MAGIC FADES, GRAMMIES, IPSUM SOUL
(Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison) One of the most polarizing films of our time, I'm sure you'll agree, is Baz Luhrmann's 1996 modernization of Romeo + Juliet. If you're among those who loved it, see it get the Fin de Cinema treatment tonight with a live soundtrack! And if you hated it? Maybe you'll like it better this way? MARJORIE SKINNER