Idaho Ho Ho Benefit Concert, Dec. 3, Visual Arts Collective

Idaho Ho Ho Benefit Concert, Dec. 3, Visual Arts Collective

This is no abstract way to help those in need—the sale of one CD feeds a family of four.

Boise Rock School Session Gig, Dec. 3, Linen Building

More than 50 acts will put their new (or newly honed) skills on display, sharing with an audience what they've learned during the 12-week fall session.

Belinda Bowler, Nov. 26, Surel's Place

The intimate concert (seating is extremely limited) experience includes wine and hors d'oeuvres and the opportunity to get to know Bowler and the songs on Trumpet Vine

Aesop Rock with Rob Sonic and DJ Zone, Nov. 27, The Knitting Factory

Critics are at odds as to whether it's a good thing even the most erudite listeners have to consult their dictionaries when listening to Aesop Rock, but that hasn't diminished his popularity

Mike Doughty, Nov. 16, Record Exchange

From 1992 to 2000, Doughty was the vocalist/guitarist for Soul Coughing, a band known for its mix of Doughty's poetic stream-of-consciousness lyrics bathed in alt-rock, hip-hop, experimental jazz and noise.

Paper Bird, Nov. 18, The Olympic

There's a country lilt to much of Paper Bird, but it's cut with an alt-folk crunchiness that lands it in rock territory

Built to Spill Hive Benefit, Nov. 11, The Olympic

All proceeds will go to support the Boise Hive, a nonprofit musicians' resource center that provides both recording space and a supportive community. The Hive ran into tough times a year ago, when it almost lost its space at 3907 Custer Drive.

Jai Wolf, Nov. 12, Knitting Factory

Touring ahead of the Friday, Nov. 18 release of his EP Kindred Spirits (Mom+Pop, 2016), Jai Wolf will be joined by Norway native Jerry Folk and U.S.-based Khai—neither of whom are slouches in the EDM world.

Gramfest: Honoring the Late Gram Parsons

With Old Death Whisper, Andrew Sheppard and 2 Gun Rig
Carry on the tradition of the hard-living Gram Parsons.

The Head and The Heart

Wednesday, Nov. 9 at the Morrison Center with Declan McKenna
Gone are the hard-scrabble days, as THATH is touring behind its 2016 release "Signs of Light" (Warner Bros), with stops in Canada, Mexico, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, the U.K. and across the U.S.—including a night in one of the biggest rooms in the Gem State

Brand New Will Let 'The Devil and God' Out... Again

Friday, Oct. 28, Revolution
The Long Island-born band didn't put out a new album in 2016 but performing "The Devil and God Are Raging Inside of Me" in its entirety is an awesome consolation.

Indigo Girls, Oct. 19, Egyptian; Goo Goo Dolls, Oct. 26, Revolution

Members in both bands met in school, have been together (and active) for three decades, released albums in 1987 that were picked up by larger record companies in 1988, and both are world-renowned.

Afrosonics, Oct. 19, Record Exchange

The local world fusion band is set to drop its new album, People Meet Your People, which, based on the lyrics, is all about the world getting smaller, embracing neighbors and getting freaky.

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  • Aesop Rock with Rob Sonic and DJ Zone, Nov. 27, The Knitting Factory

    Aesop Rock with Rob Sonic and DJ Zone, Nov. 27, The Knitting Factory

    Critics are at odds as to whether it's a good thing even the most erudite listeners have to consult their dictionaries when listening to Aesop Rock, but that hasn't diminished his popularity
    • Nov 23, 2016
  • Built to Spill Hive Benefit, Nov. 11, The Olympic

    Built to Spill Hive Benefit, Nov. 11, The Olympic

    All proceeds will go to support the Boise Hive, a nonprofit musicians' resource center that provides both recording space and a supportive community. The Hive ran into tough times a year ago, when it almost lost its space at 3907 Custer Drive.
    • Nov 9, 2016
  • Idaho Ho Ho Benefit Concert, Dec. 3, Visual Arts Collective

    Idaho Ho Ho Benefit Concert, Dec. 3, Visual Arts Collective

    This is no abstract way to help those in need—the sale of one CD feeds a family of four.
    • Nov 30, 2016
  • Jai Wolf, Nov. 12, Knitting Factory

    Jai Wolf, Nov. 12, Knitting Factory

    Touring ahead of the Friday, Nov. 18 release of his EP Kindred Spirits (Mom+Pop, 2016), Jai Wolf will be joined by Norway native Jerry Folk and U.S.-based Khai—neither of whom are slouches in the EDM world.
    • Nov 9, 2016
  • Mike Doughty, Nov. 16, Record Exchange

    Mike Doughty, Nov. 16, Record Exchange

    From 1992 to 2000, Doughty was the vocalist/guitarist for Soul Coughing, a band known for its mix of Doughty's poetic stream-of-consciousness lyrics bathed in alt-rock, hip-hop, experimental jazz and noise.
    • Nov 16, 2016
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