Sure, there might not be any swinging '60s go-go dancers (like in this video) at tonight's incredibly rare performance from the Remains and New Dawn, but hopefully the pair of reunited acts won't need them. In this week's paper we wrote about the Remains and their final tour alongside the Beatles 43 years ago, which makes tonight's perform at Berbati's Pan their first NW show since August 25, 1966, when they played with Ringo and pals at the Seattle Center Coliseum. As for the New Dawn, let's just say that tonight might be your only chance to ever see this cult act play their There's a New Dawn album in it's entirety.
Then after the show you can follow me across to river to the Clipse show at Rotture, because everyone knows that '60s garage rock goes perfectly with coke rap.
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