It List: Monday
Enon/Tame...Tame and Quiet/RTB2 (Lola's, Ft. Worth): Enon are one of those bands that's difficult to classify despite the fact that their music isn't really all that strange. My introduction to this band came in 2002 when they released High Society, an electro leaning pop record that featured everything from dance-rock to twee pop to straight indie jingle jangle jams, with styles clashing against one another and almost never blending together, rendering the record one that sounded like it was recorded by two or three different bands. Uptempo dance track followed by acoustic pop track, etc. This kind of eclecticism still seems to be what Enon thrives on, even though it feels decidedly less adventurous these days than it did even a few years ago. Something tells me this will still be a fun show, however, and this Touch and Go supergroup of sorts (featuring ex members of Brainiac and Blonde Redhead) might make your drive to Ft. Worth a worthy cause.
Cool Out (Cavern)
Paul Slavens (Dan's Silverleaf)