2100 S. Preston St. • 635-9227
$12; 9 p.m.
It was about this time last year that the Cave Singers first took the stage at Zanzabar. The Seattle-based indie folk-rock band received a warm reception from the crowd, which singer Pete Quirk called one of the best he’d ever played in front of. They haven’t got a new album out this time around, but you can think of it as just a break for you to catch up on your old favorites. There will be no deficit of new tunes, though, because their openers and stage-mates, Louisville electro-folk band Whistle Peak, are so pumped about the recent release of their album Half Asleep Upon Echo Falls. Though both groups assert that they’re “indie pop bands” who claim natural scenery as an inspiration, their interpretations vary vastly. —Simon Isham