B-Sides - MUSIC & OTHER EPHEMERA
Chew on this: The Mohnton, Pa., group Innerpartysystem is poised to become the first band ever (at least that’s what the press release says) to put out a 7-inch single made entirely of chocolate. Sadly, the single, “Don’t Stop,” is being released in the U.K. and the run is limited to 100 copies. And I’m hungry.
The Fairdale, Ky.-based organization Stomp Out Cancer is looking or a few good bands to contribute songs to its upcoming compilation CD. Interested scribes can contact Jake Wheat, Stomp Out Cancer Inc., Jake A. Wheat, P.O. Box 216, Fairdale, Ky., 40118, call 489-1501 or e-mail email@example.com.
Whole Foods Market is hosting the bluegrass group Relic on Wednesday, July 2, for a 5 p.m. free show. Who couldn’t use a little serenading while you’re shopping for soymilk and veggie burgers?
Thankfully, we’re not referring to the Gallagher brothers. Club Oasis (1506 Lakeshore Ct.) is hosting a Wednesday night all-ages show with Sugar Spell It Out, Creatures and Amherst. Doors open at 8 p.m. Cost is $5 for 21 and over, $8 if you’re under 21.
Snow in July
Snow Monster, fronted by 5-year-old phenom Mabel Benzing, is celebrating the release of its latest album, Ready In Seconds, Saturday, July 5, at the Rudyard Kipling (422 W. Oak St., 636-1311, www.rudyardkipling.com). You can hear her at myspace.com/snowmonsterband. The free, all-ages show starts at 7 p.m. Opener IamIs is finishing up its new album Trance Inducer at its own Mother Vein Studios, singer/keyboardist Shawna Dellacave reports.
The Trouble on Water
On Thursday, Jeffersonville, Ind., group The Trouble With Boys and The Hi-Tops play the free Radio Disney Fourth of July Concert at Waterfront Park’s Harbor Lawn Stage. The Boys play at 6 p.m. Thursday and at 8 p.m. Friday. Hear some tracks at myspace.com/thetroublewithboys.
LEO Music Editor Mat Herron is debating which frozen veggie burgers are better: Boca or Morningstar. He’s leaning Morningstar. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org