Photo by Emily Rieman



May 25
7 p.m.
Alternative, Indie Rock, Rock

An originator of Seattle’s late-’80s grunge outbreak, Mudhoney blazes on 30 years later, still spewing blistering, gloriously dirty rock inspired by the Stooges—and still royally pissed off. That lingering anger, now focused on Trump and the other “Neanderfucks” (Mark Arm’s borrowed term) afflicting the planet, fires the quartet’s latest album, Digital Garbage. Arm spares no caustic wit eviscerating “evangelical hypocrites,” right-wing paranoiacs, and social media zombies, his sneering howl ricocheting off the rhythm section’s thunder and Steve Turner’s lacerating guitar. Metz and the Black Eyed Snakes open.