Let It Bleed is a two-for-one event with a bill stacked with local rock and roll and a Tampon Drive to raise money for homeless women’s reproductive needs.

Friday, February 10

Boy Harsher @ The Knockout
Get immersed in Boy Harsher’s minimalist, whispery synths at the crusty goodness that is The Knockout.

Tyvek @ 1-2-3-4 Go! Records
Tyvek teeters between The Ramones and anti-folk.

Richard Osborn @ Stranded Records
“Meditative and otherworldly guitar stylings,” according to TBB writer Rob Goodman.

Major Powers and The Lo-Fi Symphony @ Bottom of the Hill
Local three-piece destined to take over the world with their Freddie Mercury vocals and high-octane antics.

Sofi Tukker @ The Independent
Grammy-nominated duo who was last seen inciting a soggy crowd to get down at last year’s Treasure Island Music Festival with their Brazilian inspired dance hits.

Saturday, February 11

Dead Sara, Wax Idols, Kera and The Lesbians, The Tambo Rays @ The Chapel
Come out for this Rock & Roll Tampon Drive appropriately called Let It Bleed.

Austra, The Range, Chasms, Nako @ The Mezzanine
Explore politics and personal identity with Austra while she plays tracks from her latest release, Future Politics.

NOTS @ The Night Light
This Memphis-based quartet is in the same distortion-filled vein as Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall.

Cherry Glazerr @ Slim’s
Slacker-styled indie rock with a new album out called Apocalipstick.

Sunday, February 12

Pinback @ Great American Music Hall
Pinback’s 10 year anniversary show for seminal indie album Autumn of the Seraphs.

Thundercat @ The Independent
Thundercat won a Grammy last year for his work on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly.