There’s an exciting new movement going on every last Wednesday of the month at The Knockout, and it’s called The Lower Class Revolt. The LCR folks book a mix of local and touring bands to create some great bills at cheap prices. This Wednesday’s show will be the third in the series, and it’s a winner, featuring locals The Harbours and Dora Flood alongside Modesto’s Trees and Vines and Portland’s Carcrashlander. It’s a lineup that mixes singer-songwriter rock with dream pop and it should be a swell time. 9:30pm, only $4.

Click here to listen! Check out our feature episode on The Harbours!

[audio:http://doraflood.com/mp3s/Highlands/02%20-%20The%20View.mp3] Dora Flood – “The View” (from 2004’s Highlands)

According to their web site, the Lower Class Revolt collective has plans beyond the monthly shows, including the release of a compilation later this year featuring a whole bunch of great local bands and the launch of a couple of fashion lines. The group expresses a commitment to an artist-friendly, DIY aesthetic and we’ll keep watching for their future developments.