Indie

Smile Empty Soul, with Soil, Black Sunshine

When: Mon., March 29 2010

Smile Empty Soul's first album, back in 2003, was billed as being "indebted to the alternative sounds of the early '90s." The California band's recent single, "Don't Ever Leave," seems to suggest that's still true: "I love it when you rip my heart away / When you hold it in my face so I can see / I love the way you bring to my knees / Don't ever leave me alone." If you've got an appetite for melodic, melodramatic rock that could've been on The Crow soundtrack, drop into the Black Sheep (2106 E. Platte Ave., blacksheeprocks.com) at 7:30 to see SES and Soil, along with openers Black Sunshine and Aesthetic Delirium. It's all-ages, of course; cost is $12, or $15 at the door. — Kirk Woundy

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