Distant Early Warning: Jay Reatard - If You Haven't Seen the "Piss" Video, Look No Further - Cafe Tacuba, Dax Riggs, etc.

Among this week's Distant Early Warnings comes Jay Reatard, who is set to hit Walter's

"Possibly Still"

On Washington December 8. The art-damaged garage-rocker recently pissed on (and pissed off) his backing band at Goner Fest 6 in Memphis. It's hard to tell exactly why the things happened in the video, but suffice to say these guys soon took their leave of the erratic Reatard. When Reatard's circus hits town in December, he will have members of the Danish band Cola Freaks in tow as his backing band. We suggest ponchos. More Early Warnings after the jump... The 71's, The Wonderful Future, The Canvas Waiting: MAIN STAGE., Sat., Nov. 21. Fitzgerald's. Blaspherian, HOD, Gravehill: Sat., Feb. 27. Walter's on Washington. Brooks & Dunn: Sat., March 20. Reliant Stadium. "The Buzz 94.5 FM New Year's Eve BLT Bash": Thu., Dec. 31. Lucky's Pub.

Cafe Tacuba: Tue., Dec. 1. House of Blues.

Cory Morrow, Roger Creager, Jason Boland & The Stragglers: Sat., Nov. 21. Warehouse Live. Dax Riggs: Fri., Nov. 20. The Mink. The Duchess & The Duke, The Black Spiders, The Mahas: Sun., Dec. 13. Walter's on Washington. Faceplant (Reunion Show): Wed., Nov. 25. Scout Bar Clear Lake. Fanfarlo: Fri., Dec. 4. Walter's on Washington. Goodie Mob, Scarface: CHANGED Thu., Jan. 14. House of Blues. Hell City Kings: Wed., Oct. 28, 9 p.m., FREE. Boondocks. Hinder, Faktion, The Veer Union: Wed., Nov. 25. Scout Bar Clear Lake.

Jonas Brothers: Sun., March 7. Reliant Stadium.

Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights: Thu., Nov. 19. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Mechanical Boy, Fired For Walking, Sounds Under Radio, Quiet Company: Fri., Nov. 20. Dean's Credit Clothing. Mimicking Birds, Airon Paul Dugas & The Religion: Wed., Nov. 4. The Mink. Rescue Signals: Thu., Nov. 5. Scout Bar Clear Lake. Tim McGraw: Mon., March 8. Reliant Stadium. What Made Milwaukee Famous: Fri., Dec. 11. Warehouse Live. Zac Brown Band, Nic Cowan, Levi Lowrey: Sat., Nov. 21. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.

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