That's where interesting stuff happens."
This brings us to Grass Widow, local openers on the Part Time Punks bill, who embody much of what makes the Raincoats so extraordinary: rooted in raw punk and peculiar, intricate harmonies, they produce songs vivid enough to summon a visual counterpart. "Our music crosses over into the subject matter I end up making films about," says bassist Hannah Lew. During a recent meet-up, Lew articulated the group's excitement about playing with the Raincoats by stating that even if they weren't playing the show, "we would go anyway." This year, Grass Widow released a self-titled LP (Make a Mess) and a 12-inch EP (Captured Tracks/Cape Shok). In January, they're headed to Portland, Ore., to record another album. Get there early to see them.
PART TIME PUNKS PRESENTS THE RAINCOATS
With Grass Widow, Section 25, Gang of Four DJ set, and more
Fri/9, 8 p.m., $20$25
444 Jessie, SF
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