If the aforementioned ain’t enough to put you on the path to homegrown music appreciation, then you better drag what’s left of you after the previous evening’s indulgences (Hey, what happens in Burque stays in Burque, no?) over to Low Spirits (2823 Second Street NW) for some raw revitalization courtesy of the Dirty Brown Jug Band. They’ll be jamming on Saturday night, August 6. The smoothly melodic guitar-based Americana ensemble uses their precise yet groovy knowledge of country-Western rhythms and blistering blues to craft a highly danceable, musically rich and thoroughly good-vibe-filled environment that’s a summer necessity in these parts; much like the August-blooming monsoons we’re all waiting upon. Unlike the notoriously variable weather in these parts, the Dirty Brown Jug Band (featuring Jer Killinger on vocals and guitar, Justin Roque on bass and Steve Martinez on sticks) is rock steady and goes down smooth when the proper temperatures are applied. They take the stage at 9pm and for only $5 and a valid 21+ ID, you can join in the celebratory times these folks evoke.