Photo by Timothy NorrisThe Blood Arm's new song "Fuck the Creditors" is quite possibly the anthem of our generation.
Photo by Timothy NorrisMake note for the next time We Are Scientists come through town: They bring in a heavy contingent of "adorable" to their shows.
Photo by Timothy NorrisThe Morning Benders at the El Rey, playing their fine collection of summer pop.
Photo by Timothy NorrisMy guitar is named Jessica Simpson.
Photo by Timothy NorrisIn a summer which has yet to see a big, warm bit of radio magic to soothe our drives between gas stations, the Morning Benders' "Waiting for a War" would sound damn nice blasting out of our car radios this Fourth of July weekend.
Photo by Timothy NorrisTote bags are the new trucker hats of the merch table.
Photo by Timothy NorrisCara and Hiromi at the El Rey after the Morning Benders' set.
Photo by Timothy NorrisWaiting for We Are Scientists to start.
Photo by Timothy NorrisThat was a looong break between bands. Are we ready yet?
Photo by Timothy NorrisWe Are Scientists kick off with "Ghouls" from their new album.
Photo by Timothy NorrisThe band's new record, Brain Thrust Mastery is a mix of 21st century indie rock and 80s style new wave
Photo by Timothy NorrisKeith Murray on bass and mustache.
Photo by Timothy NorrisNobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt.
Photo by Timothy NorrisThey may also be scientists.
Photo by Timothy NorrisWe're Def Leppard. It's great to be back in Seattle.
Photo by Timothy NorrisDespite some comedy bits between the songs, the band was loud, fast and sounded excellent.