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Tomorrow Night! Nick Coward and The Last Battle /w Uncle Bengine and The Restraining Orders! Bazaar Consignments//$5//9pm!!!

Check it tomorrow! All ages!

Tonight at Shadowbox, and Tomorrow at the Bazaar…

May is shaping up to be a great month for local music and live events, so take notice!


Cinemania + Behind The Glass (A Short Film
Shadowbox Cinema @ 8pm
All Ages; $5

This documentary about the culture of intense cinephilia in New York City reveals the impassioned world of five obsessed movie buffs. The filmmakers expose this delightfully deranged cult by capturing the daily lives of its members. Interviews in movie houses, on the street and in the homes of the subjects tell the story of each individual. Many cannot hold a job, or choose not to. All of them have demoted the importance of the real world, giving all of their attention to the fantasy world of the movies. These human encyclopedias of cinema see two to five films a day, and from 600 to 2,000 films per year. (From


Oakroot, Betty Rats (TN), John Barry Conception & John Pence
The Bazaar@ 8pm
All Ages; $5

Check out the trailer for Cinemania after the jump!

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Wednesday show at your favorite neighborhood venue…


The Pink Houses (IN) w/ Toby Foster (Chicago) & Spoonboy (D.C)
The Bazaar @ 8pm
All Ages; $5

This Friday: TLVS at The Good Cherry, and Bermuda Triangles at The Bazaar!

Aren’t you glad the weekend’s here?


Blue Nights, a showcase of artwork by Shan Eberhardt, featuring The Late Virginia Summers & White Laces
The Good Cherry @ 8pm (sharp!)
All Ages; $3

Bermuda Triangles (Richmond) w/Buck Gooter & Applachian Autonomous Zone
The Bazaar @ 9pm
All Ages; $5

What we got: Bazaar vs. Shadowbox tomorrow night! (Well, not really. But still awesome)


I Need That Record! (Brought to you by Bazaar Consignments)
Shadowbox Cinema @ 8pm
All Ages; $5

Highly recommend you check this out and support your local vinyl store AND indie cinema house at the same time. From the film’s homepage:

Guerilla filmmaker Brendan Toller unleashes “I NEED THAT RECORD! THE DEATH (OR POSSIBLE SURVIVAL) OF THE INDEPENDENT RECORD STORE,” a documentary feature examining why over 3000 independent record stores have closed across the U.S. in the past decade.

Greedy record labels, media consolidation, homogenized radio, big box stores, Ecommerce, shoddy “stars” pushed by big money, and the digital revolution all pose threats on the very well being of our favorite record stores and the music industry at large. Will these stores die? Will they survive?

Featuring- THURSTON MOORE of Sonic Youth, IAN MACKAYE of Dischord Records Fugazi/Minor Threat, activist/author NOAM CHOMSKY, MIKE WATT of the Minutemen, LENNY KAYE guitarist of the Patti Smith Group, CHRIS FRANTZ of the Talking Heads/Tom Tom Club, guitar composer GLENN BRANCA, PATTERSON HOOD of Drive-By Truckers, PAT CARNEY of the Black Keys, punk author LEGS MCNEIL, rock photographer BOB GRUEN, BP HELIUM guitarist from Of Montreal, and many indie record stores across the U.S. of A!

Check out the trailer after the jump:

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Shadowbox + Fugazi = !!!

Somehow I forgot to include this on my post yesterday. I’m out of town at the moment, so bear with me, everyone!

Fugazi: Instrument
Shadowbox @ 8pm
All Ages; $5

Shows at the Bazaar and Downtown Public Library tomorrow!


Emerging Artists Presents
Doug & Telisha Williams
Roanoke Main Library @ 6pm
All Ages; Free

Here’s To The Long Haul (D.C) w/ Just Marshall
The Bazaar @ 8pm
All Ages; $5

Tomorrow at Shadowbox…


A Bucket of Blood (Brought To You By Pop’s Ice Cream)
Shadowbox Cinema @ 8pm
All Ages; $5

Shows at the Bazaar and Good Cherry this weekend!


Pinche Gringo (Greensboro, NC) w/ The Young Sinclairs (stripped down)
The Bazaar @ 9pm
All Ages; $5

Keith Poulos w/ asentimentalsong ( 1/2 of The Late Virginia Summers)
The Good Cherry (Forest,VA) @ 8pm
All Ages; $3

The Fever To Sing Schedule!

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If you didn’t see our post last week on the Blacksburg music fest, you can click here for more info.

Also remember tonight’s show at the Bazaar, and shows this weekend at the Water Heater and Happy’s, which we’ll elaborate on in tomorrow’s Weekend Post. Go support your local scene!