Nightlife Agenda Pick of the Week
A large article in Tuesday's Metro section focused on how Hanukkah is helping turn Jewish music hip, and you'll get firsthand proof Saturday at the historic Sixth and I Synagogue with the Eighth, a concert featuring the LeeVees and DeLeon. Even non-Jews can get down with the LeeVees (listen), whose catchy indie rock songs wonder about the multiple spellings of Hanukkah and debate whether latkes should be topped with applesauce or sour cream. (If the voice sounds familiar, you might be a fan of the Gusters, singer Adam Garder's much-better-known band.) After the show, the JDub records crew is hosting an afterparty at the Wonderland Ballroom with DJ Meistro, Blacksburg, Va.'s exciting Boogieburg Soundsystem (download radio shows and mixes here) and percussionist Tonito. There's no cover or dress code.
This is just one of the events in this week's Nightlife Agenda, which also points you towards charitable holiday parties with live music, a "Midnight Madness" concert in Clarendon, Detroit rock bands and an iPod DJ battle where the winner walks away with $400 worth of French lessons.
Posted by: polly | December 6, 2007 3:18 PM | Report abuse
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