(Chop Suey) Guided by Kerry Zettel's satisfying baritone, local mainstays See Me River's previous somber ballads have given way to a brighter sort of Americana on their newest album, Jesus Christ Made Seattle Under Protest. You know about that mnemonic Seattle street-remembering trick, right? If not, you should google it! Speaking of searching for things by way of internet browsers... the other two bands on the bill are called Spaceneedles and S. Only about a year old, but with members dating back to Grand Archives and Feral Children, Spaceneedles play turbulent grungy snarl rock. S is the soft and simple vocal/guitar bedroom tunes of Jenn Ghetto (ex–Carissa's Wierd).