Tittie-Thyme gets decadent for their 10th issue release party

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SARAH JANFESHAN
  • Sarah Janfeshan
If there's anything we love more than the Tittie-Thyme collective's zines, which encourage women to express themselves in creative ways, it's their release parties. In addition to picking up a copy of the latest issue, you can often find people selling homemade arts and crafts, raffles for unique prizes and plenty of music. For the release of their 10th issue, Tittie-Thyme is turning the world-famous Uncle Lou's into a palace to tie into the "decadent" theme. Plus, they're bringing in three female-fronted bands to provide the soundtrack: Melbourne indie rockers the Knick-Knacks, pop punk powerhouse the Areolas and a reunion of the Palmettes, featuring Tittie-Thyme contributor Sabra Starr. The band called it quits a little over a year ago when two members moved away, so this show might be your only chance to see the six-person indie pop group for a while.

with the Knick-Knacks, the Areolas, the Palmettes | 9 p.m. Friday, May 6 | Uncle Lou's Entertainment Hall, 1016 N. Mills Ave. | $5 suggested donation


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