Club D’elf makes it’s 2010 debut tonight at the Lizard Lounge (1667 Mass Ave, Cambridge). The band can only be described as experimental-world-jazz-funk with a dash of DJ mixes and a sprinkle of psychedelia (especially their album art!). Bass-wizard, Micro Vard, has traveled around the world (and probably beyond the fringes of outer space) to find instruments, rhythms and styles to bring home to the cozy basement venue. Their work is brilliant and beautifully aged (11 years!) Show is $10. 21+
And, next Saturday the 24th there is a pop-rock extravaganza at the Lizard Lounge.
Oranjuly – 12am
Brendan Boogie just released a new album, The Sweet and the Brutal last month. Boogie is also responsible for the amazing The Cover-Up shows, which rally a bunch of local musicians to cover songs by awesome bands such as, Queen and the Black Crowes. Oranjuly and The Motion Sick are two of the most raved about indie bands in the city.This show is a must see for the whole family (family members must be under 21). $8 adv/ $10 door and you can buy tickets here.
–The Deli Staff