Altadena’s Wild Records specializes in undiluted knock-you-on-your-ass rock —really, if it involves the kind of adjectives you’d dedicate to a particularly vicious whiskey, it works perfectly for the music they make. And this Day of the Dead show collects three of their best. The Rhythm Shakers (who have a firecracker of a new 45 out now on Wild) do Wanda Jackson-style rockabilly; the Hi-Strung Ramblers deliver amped-up stripped-down primitive rock ‘n’ roll, and Pachuco Jose y Los Diamantes do swinging zoot-suit era R&B. There’s also free tequila tasting, face painting, and showgoers are invited to help build a Day of the Dead altar. For Dia de los Muertos, MOLAA made the best possible call with this bill—three band that’ll heal the sick and raise... More >>>