This Saturday at the Beat Kitchen in Chicago, one of the most voracious dust-belt rock'n roll calamities from Lincoln, Nebraska you're ever gonna hear, will be unleashed against the city's newest and oldest musical bookends alike. The Terminals, are a three piece full-bore rocket blast of organ and gnashing guitars, wound up so tight, you won't even have a chance to breathe without fending off the uncontrollably shaking. With a caterwauling mess of bleeding keyboards and heart-wrenching vocals belted out with so much gusto, it'll be astonishing to see how they make it all happen live. Somehow, the Terminals have crept up on the unsuspecting public and after a strong debut 7" on their own Boom Chick label last year, their brand new album on Deadbeat is destined to liquefy your lifestyle, so pick it up when you see them on tour or right HERE, and be sure to guard your tender spots if you're close to the stage. Chicago's best shape-shifting new band of the last year has got to be the Bold Ones, who started out as an amputation of the quartet, Mandy & the Twins in the summer of 2006, and after just a show or two, blew up like a inflatable lawn chair. Featuring the core of twins Dan and Doug on guitar and drums, they were joined by the king of fun, A-Ron ("Styles" Furie) on rhythm guitar, with the expected awesome results of a blown-out bubblegum trash party that no one can resist. Updating their personnel yet again, Wisconsinite Courtney Clark (most recently of the Tears) is now joining the Bold Ones on bass, so look for a extended full-power party of good times emanating from this group of funbangers at their next engagement in your area. Rounding out the night, Cococoma and MOTO are set to distill the bill down to a helluva thrill and with the pummelling savagery of Cococoma raked over MOTO's trademark homemade pop persona, it's no guess that this combination of Chicago's most contagious powers will have people undoubtedly rolling on the ground in unrestrained rock'n roll euphoria.