Back in the "Ugly Organ" days, Tim Kasher offered up "Art Is Hard", a scathing self-analysis about the perils of pouring your heart out through rock 'n' roll. As a solo act, Kasher's still turning the lens on himself, but these days he's singing about married life in Montana. And while it's not as claustrophobic and intense as his work with Cursive, Kasher's knack for weighty lyrics and compelling hooks is still intact on his new "The Game of Monogamy".
Transit Transit and locals Aperture open for Kasher tonight at The Summit, 2210 Summit St. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $10 at the door.