(Chop Suey) If you like it straightforward and loud, tonight's your night. B-Lines spit out good, old-fashioned, tightly wound punk—fast and yelly, but on the catchier end of the hardcore spectrum. Many of their songs are influenced by their home city of Vancouver, BC, balancing the right mix of humor and apathy to keep it real. Also on the bill are Seattle's Ubu Roi, whose "recorded with a single microphone" demos erupt with jagged noise thrashing around some pretty satisfying riffs. With Sailor Mouth (aggressive, reminiscent of a screaming match that's about to end in a black eye) and Ex-Girlfriends (scrappy and loud with a pop bent).