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Music Notes: Apr 7 – Apr 13

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Ekachai Jearakul / Fri, Apr 8 (8 pm)
The Thailand-born guitarist was the 2014 winner of the Guitar Foundation of America International Concert Artist Competition. The 29-year-old guitarist is playing 50 shows across Canada, the US, Mexico and China. (Muttart Hall, $25 adult, $20 student/senior, $10 youth)

Hewson Grey / Fri, Apr 8 (8 pm)
Ever wondered what Volcano Choir would sound like if it had a jam fest with Ryan Adams and Radiohead in an elevator? Something akin to four-piece ambient indie-rockers Hewson Grey. (The Sewing Machine Factory)

Jimmy Whiskey and the Pepper Grinder / Fri, Apr 8 (8 pm)
Some blues-rock as imagined by Edmonton’s Jimmy Whiskey and the Pepper Grinder. Fans are in for a treat as its releasing a new EP at this show.  (Bohemia, $10)

The Paul Collins Beat / Fri, Apr 8 (8:30 pm)
If Elvis Presley is known as the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, then Paul Collins may be the King of Power Pop. The Paul Collins’ Beat is a new revival that mixes classic rock of the ’70s with raw, country.  (9910, $12 in advance, $15 at door)

West of Hell / Fri, Apr 8 (8 pm)
The metal outfit is still reigning high on its 2012 release, Spiral Empire with a Canada-wide tour. Rumour has it that it’ll be playing some new tracks from a forthcoming album, too. (Filthy McNasty’s)

The Lemon Bucket Orkestra

The Lemon Bucket Orkestra

The Lemon Bucket Orkestra / Sat, Apr 9 (8 pm)
Think of Lemon Bucket Orkesta as Canada’s very-own Gogol Bordello, as it plays music in the same vein, blending Latin, punk and folk. (Ukrainian Youth Unity Complex, $30)

Tallest to Shortest / Sat, Apr 9 (8 pm)
Tallest To Shortest is an amalgamation of band members from the Uncas, Red Ram, Switchmen and the Fails, which translates to music that mixes grungy rock with hip-hop beats. Sick, dudeeeeees. (Filthy McNasty’s, $5)

Tee Tahs / Sat, Apr 9 (9 pm)
Edmontonians just wanna have fun, so let the punk-rock melodies of local act Tee-Tahs provide you with that high-energy fun-fun-fun. Physical Copies and Melted Mirror will be there to get the party started. (9910, $10)

The Wet Secrets / Sat, Apr 9 (8 pm) It’s the seventh-annual Artists for Life event featuring music from the Wet Secrets, Lindsey Walker and Mei Mei. There will be a silent auction as well. Admission gets you one free drink ticket. Funds will go towards helping YESS and Kindred House/Boyle MacCauley Health Services. (The Needle Vinyl Tavern, $20)

Modern Space / Sun, Apr 10 (6 pm)
They might have a lot of hair on their heads, but don’t mistake them for a hair-metal band. Instead, the Toronto-based group makes alt-pop rock melodies combined with beatnik poetry. (Mercury Room, $10 in advance, $12 at door)

Terence Jack / Tue, Apr 12 (7 pm)
Country-rock crooner Terence Jack collaborated with Vancouver’s Daniel Klenner (We Are The City, Tourist Company, Hey Ocean) on his latest EP, Never Get Back. Listen to the first track “Eastern Rise,” which has a mean staccato piano line. (Mercury Room, $8 in advance, $12 at door)

Hip Hop For Culture / Thu, Apr 14 (7 pm)
Hip hop music will be performed by a crew of local performers. Who’s playing? You’ll have to attend the show to find out. (Bohemia, $10)

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