Whether it's the Beach Boys, the Everly Brothers, the Carter Family, or the Jackson 5: everyone's a sucker for a family band, and the Totten brothers' project, the Quiet Ones, is no exception. Subtle, off-kilter, and well-crafted songs prove that, in the words of the band, there is indeed power in the blood. Next, pulling out your finest party bolo ties and dancing boots is in order for the nonstop fun of Country Lips, although this country party is way more akin to the Flying Burrito Brothers than Kenny Chesney. But most importantly, the night will belong to the Moondoggies, whose somber, beautifully melodic NW folk makes a perfect soundtrack to stroke your beard and ponder the nighttime beach bonfire. They will be playing the first of two release shows at the Tractor for Adiós I'm a Ghost, their freshly minted release on Hardly Art.