July 20th, 2013 · No Comments · By

Hello, wonderful Nailgun readers. In an hour, I’m getting on the train for Pitchfork Day 2 (White Lung, Pissed Jeans, Parquet Courts, ♥SWANS♥), but most of you are still in Charlottesville. Which you definitely should be, because today at the Tea Bazaar is a show that I am really sad that I have to miss.

First is hometown folkie Erik the Red. Then, local group Weird Mob, the project of Dave Gibson & Renee Reighart, founders of Hibernator Gigs. They play infectious, upbeat 80s-inspired pop. Finally, Andrew Cedermark returns to Charlottesville on the heels of the release of his second full-length album, Home Life. Lyrically, this album is one of my favorites this year, and I really like the noise elements he incorporates into the tracks. Cedermark’s live performances (once a very common phenomena in Charlottesville) are always amazing to watch. So go out and support our local artists like you guys always do.

9 p.m., $7

“But I remember what I said: That if we could skip these few hard years we’d be set.”

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