There are a bunch of local CD releases this weekend. Three highlights below, and you can always check out our concert calendar for all of the upcoming local shows:
On Saturday night, SF/Oakland heavy rock-punk band Mount Vicious celebrate the release of their full length debut Don’t Be a Baby, Come and Get It at the Hemlock Tavern. You can stream the entire album at their Bandcamp page or below:
Ifihadahifi and Pegataur also perform. 9:30pm, $6.
The Ghost were a post-hardcore band that started in Berkeley in 2001 and developed a strong cult following before moving to Chicago, where they put out two albums on Some Records, a Chitown label co-owned by Walter Schreifels of Gorilla Biscuits/Quicksand/Rival Schools. Although The Ghost broke up in 2005, they’re reuniting this Friday at Thee Parkside to celebrate the vinyl rerelease of their Steve Albini-produced debut, This is a Hospital, on Solidarity Recordings.
The Velvet Teen, Drowning With Our Anchors, and For.The.Win. round out the bill. 9pm, $10.
SF singer-songwriter Warren Teagarden releases his third album, Ugly as a Monkey, this Friday at Kimo’s. He’s also got a bunch of tour dates lined up to promote his latest work of stripped-down guitar rock.[audio:https://www.thebaybridged.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/03-Crash-Your-Car.mp3] Warren Teagarden – “Crash Your Car”
Also playing Friday night are Have Special Power and Evacuee. 9pm, $8.