DJ & Dance

Toadies/Local H

When: Sat., Oct. 14, 9 p.m. 2017

While they’re mostly known for Rubberneck-era hits like “Possum Kingdom” and “Tyler,” Toadies have been kicking around heavy Texas rock riffs for more than two decades hence. The band’s latest album, The Lower Side of Uptown, dishes some pretty great rhythms and songwriting; frontman Vaden Todd Lewis says that the record is “full of riffs and time shifts.” From “When I Die” to “Keep Breathing,” it’s clear that the distortion-laced guitar takes center stage on this new album. These songs should translate well to the stage, and don’t forget that we’ll all be rocking to classics like “Backslider,” too. (Eric Sandy)

Price: $22 ADV, $24 DOS

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