If you've still got steam after sweating it out all day in the sun, the local music scene has lots more to offer when ComFest closes up each night. Here are some of the best pickings.

If you've still got steam after sweating it out all day in the sun, the local music scene has lots more to offer when ComFest closes up each night. Here are some of the best pickings.

Earwig, Pretty Mighty Mighty and Popo Volcano

10 p.m. Friday, The Treehouse

Flash back 15 years with a one-off reunion by long-lost local rockers Popo Volcano, a momentum-building appearance by the newly reconstituted Pretty Mighty Mighty and a triumphant nightcap from the ever-enduring Earwig.

Sweatin' (Final Adulture Residency)

11 p.m. Friday, Circus

The twice-monthly, cross-cultural dance party features wunderkind fidget house duo Adulture's final set as resident DJs before Garrett Shrigley moves to Chicago.

Andy Shaw Band and New Basics Brass Band

10 p.m. Friday, Oldfield's on High

Hop on the No. 2 and ride to a revitalized Oldfield's, where Shaw and his reggae-tinged backyard pop will make a pleasant complement to New Basics' blasting brass.

Dove Ink Afterparty

11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Stoned Pizza

Six DJs including Dayton's Ruckus Roboticus will spin at the Italian Village eatery Friday night; Saturday it's six rap acts including Mista Sinista from the X-ecutioners.

Take No Damage

10:30 p.m. Saturday, The Treehouse

One of Columbus' quirkiest indie-rock crews is calling it quits after this swan song. The Weird Paul Rock Band and the Electric Grandmother will help shepherd the noisy electro-poppers into the ether.

Nick Tolford and Company and the Ill Fits

11 p.m. Saturday, Carabar

If you miss the soul man's ComFest set on Friday, he'll put on another free show Saturday with the Ill Fits, a smoky blues-rock supergroup featuring the Tough & Lovely's Lara Yazvac, the Bygones' Bill Wagner, Paul Goll and Kelly Crow.

Fey Gods

11 p.m. Saturday, Cafe Bourbon Street

Bobo offers stomach-churning electro-noise from ex-Grave Blankets rabble-rousers Nick and Lula Perry, plus Rust Belt garage rock from Gut Reactions and Midwest Beat.

Honey Gun

10 p.m. Saturday, Skully's Music Diner

Former members of the Favors keep that band's rock 'n' roll vision alive in a bluster of power chords, leather pants and heavy innuendo. Luxury Pushers and Alpha Racetrack will play, too.

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