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March 1, 2008 at 7:00am

Old school rock, new school hip-hop

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The Galaxies
While my dad, Little Bill Engelhart, was the first rocker in Tacoma, he certainly wasn’t the last to shape the sounds to come out the city. The Wailers and the Ventures also took R&B and blues and gave it a greasy garage makeover. Following the first wave of rock to be expedited from the rainy state, the floodgates were open and the Northwest sound grew in popularity because of bands such as The Sonics, Paul Revere and the Raiders, and the band performing tonight at the Temple Theatre, the Galaxies. â€" Tony Engelhert
[Temple Theatre, 7 p.m., 47 St Helens Ave., Tacoma, 253.272.2042]

HIP-HOP
Eprhyme
Olympia emcee Eprhyme will celebrate the debut of his new single this tonight at The Clipper. One half of Olympia hip-hop heavies Saints of Everyday Failures, Epryhme will offer a taste of his soon-to-debut solo album Waywordwonderwill with the release of a 7-inch. vinyl single, “Punklezmerap,” on Olympia’s legendary K Records.â€" Brad Allen
[The Clipper, Eprhyme, Smoke of Oldominion, AKA, Saints of Everyday Failures, Tha Goonie and DJ Sweet Elite, 9 p.m., $5, 402 E. Fourth Ave., Olympia, 360.943.6300]

LINK: In the clubs tonight.
LINK: On local movie screens.
LINK: Let's eat Japanese today.
LINK: Catch a stage production.

LINK: Local Music Scene chatter in the Forums.

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