Expect an amazing bill of local musicians uniting at the Turf as part of a nationwide exhibition of artists against Palestinian apartheid. Responding to a call sent out to artists, DIY collectives, political and student organizations, and community groups to come together in support of Palestine—namely in response to the construction of a 486-mile, 20-foot-high concrete barrier being erected to seal off the West Bank from Israel—this evening's event, organized by local musician Mark McGee, will feature not only the pulsating, experimental synth-noise-metal-electronic-dance typical to varying degrees of its five acts, but also a dose of good ol' awareness tempered with some solidarity of the "we're not gonna take it" variety. With Skoal Kodiak, Slapping Purses (pictured), Seawhores, Camden, and Food Pyramid, with DJs Makr (Matt St. Germain) and Fruit and Flowers, plus posters for... More >>>