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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Arts Week

MUSIC

The Lovetones, Chief Nowhere, The Ancient Sons

Today, 9 p.m., $$, 21

Old Ironsides in Sacramento

For anyone wondering what sort of music sprouts from the land down under, the answer: It’s not that different from the stuff here. The Aussies of the Lovetones bring a psychedelic touch to their Interpol-esque rock base.

 

Olive Drive, Tom Denton, Karli Fairbanks

Today, 10 p.m., $3, 21

Sophia’s Thai Kitchen

Sure, Portland and Olympia may get most of the spotlight when it comes to folk from the Northwest, but Spokane, WA is giving these cities a run for their money. Case in point: Karli Fairbanks, a singer-songwriter who ticks all the boxes when it comes to strong vocals, equally impressive instrumentals and emotion. For fans of Neko Case and Cat Power.

 

Ill Effect, One Nation Army, TPR, Neighborhood Watch, Pangea Project, MindSpeakers, Ms. Vybe

Today, 8 p.m., $10 in advance

The Boardwalk in Orangevale

Neighborhood Watch has your backat least in terms of hip-hop. The rap collective makes a case for hip-hop from the 916, featuring key figures such as Random Abiladeze and State Cap.

 

Pilipino Culture Night

Friday, 7 p.m. and Saturday, 1 p.m. and 6 p.m., $12 in advance, $15 at the door

Davis High School

Presented by Mga Kapatid, PCN is in its 22nd year and aims to unite the Filipino-American community through song, dance and theatrical skits, including tinikling and performances from dance group MK Modern. This year’s showcase is titledAng Mamatay ng Dahil Sa’yo,a line from the Philippine national anthem that translates toTo die for you.

 

Stars & Garters, Missouri Mule, Jimmy & the Blackfish

Friday, 9 p.m., 21

The Stag in Woodland

Sactown country band Stars & Garters know what’s important in life: Their songs coverthe big three” – love, liquor and murderas the pay respect for the country traditions of Merle Haggard and Hank Williams, Jr. as well as punk classics like the Ramones and the Clash.

 

Parson Red Heads, The Monolators

Friday, 10 p.m., $3, 21

Sophia’s Thai Kitchen

What’s up with husband-wife duos and making cute music? No, I’m not talking about Mates of StateThe Monolators are a Los Angeles-based hubby-wifey team whose sweet punk ditties have been described asBuddy Holly if he were really, really drunk.Sounds awesome.

 

Agent Ribbons, The Hot Toddies, The Ian Fays

Saturday, 9 p.m., $7, 21

The Blue Lamp in Sacramento

Electro-tinged folk pop always gets the best of me, and San Francisco-based quartet The Ian Fays is no exception. The bandwhich features twin sisters Sara and Lizz Fay as the main vocalistsevoke the same delicate, dreamy quality of girl group Au Revoir Simone, just a little bit darker and a little less cutesy.

 

Kally Price

Saturday, 10 p.m., $3, 21

Sophia’s Thai Kitchen

Evoking the same spirit of Louis Armstrong with the vocal chops of Billie Holliday is Kally Price. And if you can’t make her set at Sophia’s, make sure to try and catch her this Saturday at 4 p.m. on the Quad Stage at the Whole Earth Festival.

 

AT THE MOVIES

Che (parts 1 and 2)

Today at Varsity Theatre on Second Street

Benicio Del Toro plays the title character of ErnestoCheGuevera, the Argentine revolutionary. The film is in two separate partspart 1 of the film will screen at 5:30 p.m. and part 2 at 8:05 p.m. For more information, visit davisvarsity.net.

 

Crash

Monday, 5 p.m.

Varsity Theatre on Second Street

Director Paul Haggis will provide an introduction to his film Crash, which received three Oscars, including Best Picture.

 

ART / GALLERY

Mixed Photo Project

On display until Friday

The Art Lounge (second floor of the Memorial Union)

Inspired by UC Santa Barbara professor Kip Fulbeck’sThe Hapa Project,graduate student Lauren Berger set out on a similar journey to highlight the multiracial and multiethnic experience. The result? Eighty headshots of individuals of mixed heritage from UC Davis and the Davis community.

 

THEATRE / MONDAVI

Oklahoma!

Saturday, 8 p.m. and Sunday, 2 p.m. $20 general admission, $12 with a student ID

Jackson Hall

The theatre and dance department is at it again, this time bringing the musicalOklahoma!,which features classic songs likeOh What a Beautiful Mornin‘” andSurrey With the Fringe on Top.

 

RACHEL FILIPINAS can be reached at arts@theaggie.org.

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