Docks (11 Polson), Friday (March 2)
Barring any outstanding arrest warrants that come up between now and Friday, roughneck rapper the Game should be cool for his makeup date at the Docks.
Jamaica To Toronto
Lee's Palace (529 Bloor West), Friday (March 2)
At this point, it's very unlikely that Bob & Wisdom will be performing, but with Jay Douglas, the Mighty Pope and Glenn Ricketts as well as DJs Sureshot and Sipreano on hand, this might actually be a better event than last summer's CD launch at Harbourfront.
Bloody Hollies, Oh The Pretty Thing, SharpTongues, Sweet Home Wreckers
Silver Dollar (486 Spadina), Friday (March 2)
Being the hottest rock 'n' roll band in Buffalo is nothing to brag about, but the Bloody Hollies are worth checking out when they roll out raucous tunes from their new Who To Trust, Who To Kill, Who To Love disc at the Dollar.
MV & EE and the Bummer Road, Jon-Rae & the River, All Under Heaven
Music Gallery (197 John), Saturday (March 3)
With the help of Thurston Moore, freak-folk stars MV & EE and the Bummer Road have clawed their way out of the wilderness. Don't miss this rare public appearance. BYO beard.
El Perro del Mar
Mod Club (722 College), Monday (March 5)
Hopefully, the Mod Club will adhere to its strict no peacock policy. Otherwise, Swedish chanteuse Sarah "El Perro del Mar Assbring might get thrown off her cool crooning game. See Q&A, page 46.
Wolfmother, the Icarus Line
Kool Haus (1 Jarvis), Tuesday (March 6)
If Aussie riff-rock is your thing, don't miss the impressively 'froed thunder of last year's buzz band, Wolfmother, who offer up a soundtrack for good tokin' at the Kool Haus.