I saw K Holes at Cake Shop just a few short weeks ago, and they left quite the impression. Full of nervous New York energy, not afraid of the free jazz, and totally rocking at the same time, I thought they were one of the more musically creative groups I’ve seen for awhile. So much so that I can say that I definitely recommend this show on an already jam-packed Friday. Gary War are pretty interesting, too. They play really distorted songs that sound vaguely like 8-bit at times, vaguely like television jingles, and definitively like eerie, barely breathing rock compositions. Give them a listen here; you’ll think it’s interesting at the very least. The Super Vacations, a band from Virginia with whom I’m completely unfamiliar, are also playing. They do the really lo-fi basement rock thing, though some of the songs on their MySpace are grooving instrumentals, and others are distorted pop songs. I’d say they definitely add to the appeal of the bill, if only to see how they are (they’re Weekly Tape Deck approved, too). It’s always nice to check out an out of town band, especially when you know there a few excellent familiar Brooklyn acts guaranteed.