It's always interesting to see the maximum capacity of the Continental Room's cozy stage put to the test by some ridiculously large band. We think LA's 10-piece doo-wop/garage rock outfit Jail Weddings will probably need a little extra room on the dance floor to give us the full splendor of their rowdy live show.
This week, they headline Sunday night showcase Notes From the Underground, your weekly dose of drunken hipster revelry in Downtown Fullerton.
Running the gamut from anxious indie pop to savage punk and instrumental thrash, this weekend's lineup offers all kinds of lo-fi goodness. Supporting acts include guitar/drum duo Death Hymn Number 9 (full disclosure: their guitarist Troy Bootow is the the esteemed, mustachioed organizer of this weekly event). Long Beach punks Gestapo Khazi and LA's inventive, pop five-piece Big Whup are also performing. Yes, it is going to be quite a full house. But unlike the one on this flier, you won't have to worry about it collapsing on you.