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The LIST: March 9-12th.

Women’s History Month Event at The Met Sacramento High School

womens history month
The Met Sacramento High School (810 V Street) has featured many exciting community events, but this event is a definite contender to be number one. On Wednesday, March 9, from 6 PM to 8 PM, Viola Lebeau of Sacramento Young Feminists Alliance and the Met Sacramento will be holding a Women’s History Month Event! There will be performances by local artists and bands, whose individual performances showcase their various perspectives on femininity. There will also be several fundraisers for Met Sacramento clubs, and a small donation will be made to CASH, a charity that works to better the lives of Sacramento sex workers. More information here.

Steel Chains, The BLISTER BRATS, Night Damage, and Rektillians at Cafe Colonial

steel chains at cafe colonial
Prepare yourself for a night of disturbingly resonating synthesizers and bass drums. On Thursday, March 10, at 7:30 PM, Steel Chains, The BLISTER BRATS, Night Damage, and Rektillians are playing at Cafe Colonial (3512 Stockton Blvd). All bands embody elements the thrilling genre of local psychedelic acid rock. Find more here.

Animals in the Attic, The Bottom Feeders, and Ian Kashani at Shine

bottom feeders at shine
Fantastic pop and beach rock, straight out of the 916 (and the 415). On Friday, March 11, from 8 PM to 11 PM, Animals in the Attic, The Bottom Feeders, and Ian Kashani are playing a hard to miss show at Shine (1400 E Street, # A). Funky adventures with reverb pedals await! Cover is $6. Find more info here.

Peace Killers, Crude Studs, Externs, Thunderchief, and Keres at Cafe Colonial

crude studs at colonial
Celebrate the Peace Killers album release with some crazy good bands! On Saturday, March 12, starting at 7 PM, Cafe Colonial (3512 Stockton Blvd) will be showcasing Peace Killers, Crude Studs, Externs, Thunderchief, and Keres. There has been promise of new Crude Studs songs, which is a hard offer to pass up. Cover is $7. More here. 

No Devotion Records/Phono Select Presents: Silent, Rancho Shampoo, and DJ Lady Grey at The Colony

phono select show
On Saturday, March 12, starting at 7 PM, Silent, Rancho Shampoo, and DJ Lady Grey will be playing at the Colony, presented by No Devotion Records and Phono Select Records. Silent is a post punk band all the way out from Mexico, here to thrash it up with Rancho Shampoo from Baja and DJ Lady Grey from our own beloved Sacramento! $5 will be collected to support touring bands. Info here.

Words: Vi Mayugba.

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