The Temper Trap reached superstar status after the release of “Sweet Disposition” off of their debut album Conditions. With lead singers, Dougy Mandagi’s falsetto ring, the Temper Trap created a stir from all corners of the globe. The Australian indie-rock sensation will play at Stubb’s tonight with Crocodiles. 6pm
FREE Waterloo Records in-store performance at 2pm!
The Seattle-based band, Cave Singers, create a rustic and dark rooted sound mixed with soulful influences from the gray-ladened landscapes from which they spawn. Tonight with the psychedelic and nicely paired, Smoke and Feathers at Red7 9pm.
Also in the Clubs:
Antones – Blue Monday with Malford Milligan and Derek O’brien and more! 8pm
The Saxon Pub – Graham Wilkinson, Bob Schneider and Tucker Jameson 7pm
29th Street Ballroom at Spiderhouse – Fleshlights, Gal pals, Foreign Mothers, Dead space and Sweet Talk 9pm
Lucky Lounge – Sound Revel 9pm
At the Movies:
Music Monday presents: Jim Jarmush’s Mystery Train(1989). A young Japanese couple embark on the iconic city that is home to Stax, Sun Records and surrounds the legend of Elvis Presley. With a cast of iconic musicians like Joe Strummer (The Clash), Screaming Jay Hawkins and Tom Waits, this indie classic is a tribute to Music City Memphis and with a smoking, pompadour wearing director, you can definitely feel like a cool movie buff just for watching. Alamo Ritz 10pm