Unknown Relatives, Grape Street, Shivery Shakes, Deep Space 8 p.m. Saturday Hotel Vegas, 1500 E. Sixth St.
www. hotelvegas.dostuff.info start listening to music again and that was really inspiring and it gave me a little bit of a recharge,” he said. “You don’t realize how when you come home from a show or a practice, the last thing you want to do is listen to more music. I’d sit in silence instead. But I have a new appreciation for so many good bands out there right now, bands like the Men, Cult Of Youth ... just this stuff that’s really energetic and helped revive me.”
That inspiration shows on “The Urining,” which is the most focused and well-recorded of the band’s three releases and even features something closely resembling a pop song, albeit one with an Fbomb in its chorus.
“There’s an element of danger because rock ‘n’ roll is essentially something where your parents don’t like it, and their parents don’t like it,” Rowland said. “There has to be that fear and you have to think ‘this is just bad... should I be listening to this?’ when you’re listening to it.”