Wednesday’s Music

Sirens & Sailors.

Giving you the music a day early:

It’s midweek. Time for some rock. Time for some post-grunge rock from California band Smile Empty Soul, a group that released their newest album 3’s back in May, but a band probably best known to fans of active rock via their 2003 hit “Bottom of a Bottle.” Joining the band for a Juanita’s stop will be Minneapolis rock band 3 Pill Morning and the melodic rock of New York City’s Ionia. The doors open at 8 p.m. with the music starting at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10.

Perhaps you want rock during the midweek, but perhaps you want that rock to be hardcore. Well, prepare thyself for the Wasteland at Sea Tour stopping at Downtown Music and featuring headlining act Sirens & Sailors, a five piece from Rochester, N.Y., that play … well, what else, hardcore. Joining them will be Everyone Dies in Utah, a post-hardcore act influenced by Attack Attack and I See Stars and not from Utah but from Texas, and electro-flavored hardcore act Myka Relocate. Doors open at $7 with the show starting soon afterward. There’s a $7 cover.

Here are Sirens & Sailors with their “Signs”: