Just for Spight
If you consider yourself an audiophile and don’t own Things I Hate To Admit by seminal art-punk band Victim’s Family, let’s just say you haven’t completed your collection. Although some of you might have been in grade school when frontman Ralph Spight toured that band in the late ’80s and early ’90s, now you can catch his latest solo project, the Freak Accident. The band opens for Canada’s legendary NoMeansNo on four West Coast dates. It’s no secret that Abstract Entertainment promoter Brian McKenna has a soft spot for the aforementioned bands and always tries to route them to the Valley whenever possible. Some shows just pay the bills and others bring pure bliss; this one delivers on both fronts. The Freak Accident plays Harlow’s, located at 2708 J Street, on Monday with NoMeansNo. Tickets are $12 and the fun begins at 9 p.m. Find out more at www.thefreakaccident.com.