Who’s performing at tonight’s First Friday art walk

By Benjamin Leatherman

Mr. Meeble is scheduled to perform tonight at the Hotel San Carlos.

There’s gonna be plenty to see and do at the monthly First Friday art walk. Here’s a sample of the bands and musicians who’ll be doing their thing in and around downtown Phoenix.

Carnuba, Former Friends of Young Americans, JJCnV, and Skinwalkers [rock/indie] 8 p.m. The Ruby Room, 717 S. Central Ave., Phoenix, 602-258-6900.

Colorstore, The Via Maris, & more [rock/indie] 7 p.m. Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Ave., 602-257-1880.

DJ Iowatest, DJ Mendez, and guests [house/techno/breaks] 9 p.m. nextDOOR, 901 N. 4th St., 602-254-6424.

DJ Jon Dread spins in the Tree Jay House [reggae/old school hip-hop/breakbeats] 8 p.m. HoodRide, 918 N. 5th St.

expansion :: fridays with DJs Brazilia, and guests [funk/house/rare grooves] 9 p.m. $5 Bar Smith, 130 W. Washington St., Phoenix, 602-229-1265

Friday Night Live feat. DJ Robby Rob, DJ Illmatic, and guests [hip-hop/R&B] 9 p.m. PHX Nightclub, 122 E. Washington St., Phoenixm 602-258-1830.

Kung Pow feat. Mr. Meeble (CD release show), Colorstore, Merrily, DJ Radar, DJ Emile, and DJ Epidemic [rock/electronica/indie/trip-hop] 7 p.m., $5-$7 Hotel San Carlos, 202 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 602-253-4121.

The Myrrors, Psychedelic Shotguns, and more [rock/indie] 6 p.m. Revolver Records, 4214 N. 7th Ave., 602-795-4980.

Soulful Horizons [R&B/Motown] 9 p.m. $7 Chez Nous, 915 Grand Ave., 602-266-7372.

Suavecito Fridays feat. DJ Stixx in the Mixx, Soul Persuasion, and more [Latin/hip-hop] 9 p.m. $8 Sonoma Casual Dining, 25 W. Van Buren St., 602-252-3858.

Sweet Sin, and more [alt-rock/indie] 7 p.m. Fair Trade Café, 1020 N. 1st Ave., 602-354-8150.

Try Me Bicycle [alt-rock/folk rock] 7 p.m. Paisley Violin: 1028 Grand Ave., 602-254-7843.

Vine Land, Hooves, and more [rock/indie] 7 p.m. [email protected], 1011 N. 3rd St.

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Benjamin Leatherman is a staff writer at Phoenix New Times. He covers local nightlife, music, culture, geekery, and fringe pursuits.

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