• Eleventh Dream Day

Lately the Hideout has been devoting two nights a week to a pair of impressive residencies. Sundays in May have been given over to Eleventh Dream Day, the rock band I’ve seen more times than any other. They’re preparing to make a new record—the opportunity to test and tweak new material is one of the most obvious benefits of playing an extended run—but they also promise lots of fan favorites and deep trawls through their voluminous catalog. Advance tickets to this Sunday’s show are already sold out, thanks in part to the opening band, Condo Fucks (aka the request-driven garage-rock alter ego of Yo La Tengo). On May 23 Jon Langford’s Skull Orchard opens, and on May 30 the warm-up act is Head of Skulls!, a trio with vets of Pinebender, Hurl, and Milemarker.