The week in nightlife: Jan. 25 - Jan. 30, Liz Phair, The Bridge, Pratt Libraries' Black and White Party
It's a busy week at Rams Head Live, starting with tonight's Liz Phair show. Then following Anberlin on Wednesday, and the Bacon Bros. over in Annapolis Friday, the venue will host the release party for locals the Bridge's new album, "National Bohemian" on Saturday. Elsewhere there are options for both metalheads (see O Pioneers!!!) and preppy dressers (Black & White Party).
On Wednesday the Toronto by way of Texas metalheads O Pioneers!!! perform at Charm City Art Space, 1731 Maryland Avenue. Doors open at 7 p.m. Important message from the venue: "In case you're wondering, yes, CCAS has heat."
On Thursday Stillwater Artisanal Ales hosts a $60 beer dinner at Alonso's, 415 W. Cold Spring Lane. Brewer Brian Strumke will be present. Begins at 6 p.m. Gunky's Basement returns to the Charles with Ridley Scott's original "Alien." Gainesville's veteran ska-punks Less than Jake perform at Sonar.
On Friday Deep in the Game's Adam Schwarz spins at the Use Your Illusion party at Club Phoenix, 1 West Biddle. The Bacon Brothers perform at Rams Head on Stage in Annapolis. Be on the look out for our Q&A with Kevin and Michael.
On Saturday locals The Bridge will release their new album, "National Bohemian," at Rams Head Live before going on tour. Over at Bourbon Street, Dutch DJ Angerfist headlines a hardcore techno dance party. $20 in advance. Pratt Libraries host their annual Black and White Party at the Central Library. Tickets are $60.
Photo: The Bridge Facebook