This Saturday at the Hexagon Bar in Minneapolis, you can witness a well-rounded bag of good times whether you're a sweaty dude without a shirt on, or a dizzy girl with everything to lose. The three bands onstage tonight come from different ends of the rock'n'roll spectrum but manage to fit well together based on everyone's ability to appreciate the other side of the fence. Birthday Suits you should all be familiar with by now, but that still doesn't mean that you shouldn't be right up in front of the stage as Hideo and Matthew literally destroy what's left of your face. Bizarre and catacalysmic skronk'n roll that has to be seen to be believed. On almost a completely opposite note, Minneapolis' hometown Boys Club fill the middle slot of the night and should have no problem cleansing the ills generated by living a lifestyle devoid of the magic that a good dose of pop music can conjure. With an unescapable new 7" on Douchemaster just released last month, don't sleep on the Boys Club kids to come up with even more good times and heartache mashed together on stage tonight in the form of cleverly executed, captivatingly disjointed pop. And don't get caught drinking beer out in the parking lot early Saturday night, as you'd be quite the fool to miss one of Wisconsin's newest and most ambrosial three-piece bands starting up the night, Plexi 3. Instinctively culling contrasting nuances from far reaching territories such as Kleenex/Liliput and Nikki Corvette, Plexi 3 contains remnants of legendary Milwaukee-area combos such as Jane Doe & the Cop Haters, Monitors, and Kill-A-Watts, and breaks free into a new field of pop pleasure that sets them instantly apart from the pack. Short, snappy songs that seem to have been spinning around your head for years come to life from Plexi 3's amazingly simple and addictive formula featuring two female lead vocalists, which adds a breathtaking depth to their lively sound. With Plexi 3 singles on the way from Dusty Medical and HoZac in the upcoming months, you know this is gonna be something you need to check out before it gets out of control, so don't miss them Saturday and check out a couple songs right HERE.