Sat., Sept. 21, NoBunny
Fusion International Art Center, 8 p.m., $8
There's a new music venue in town—the Fusion International Arts Center—and it welcomes rock 'n' roll, punk and lo-fi rock bands this Saturday. Nobunny provides unpredictable stage antics with garage-punk bravado hidden behind vocalist Justin Champlin's disheveled bunny mask. Then there's the gritty neo-surf punks Pookie & the Poodlez, followed by Cumstain's more garage-pop approach to the genre. This show also marks the release of Brick, a new album from local psychedelic garage-rock threepiece Drive-Thru Mystics. Records (the store located at 1618 Broadway) will be slingin' wax as DJ Tim Matranga provides plenty of soul from the '50s and '60s in between sets. 2030 Del Paso Boulevard, www.facebook.com/thenobunny.