So, it might seem like this Tuesday at Boot & Saddle is a ladies-only affair, headlined by Chloe Chaidez’s New Wave revivalists, Kitten, and opened by the current queen of electro sass pop, Sizzy Rocket.  However, the band sandwiched in-between the two, LA-based Rad Horror, is just as… well, rad… At the core of Rad Horror is Dylan Jackson Scott, best known for his work writing and producing with Halsey and his previous indie pop group, Young Rising Sons.  And while Scott doesn’t abandon any of his roots in Rad Horror, he would seem to throw large portions of ‘80s New Wave and ‘90s alt pop into the mix as well…To be honest, Rad Horror could easily open arena tours for The Cure or Weezer, but perhaps might be most perfectly suited for The Killers, who also seem to blend the same sonic aesthetics.  Rad Horror’s debut EP is set to drop early next year, but last week they premiered their latest single, “Dark Times,” which you can check out below.  I realize Thanksgiving week can be a bit hectic, and people tend to avoid scheduling nightlife, but I would highly recommend coming out to Boot & Saddle this Tuesday, 11/21, and making it a point to check out all three super rad acts (Ms. Rocket goes on at 8 and there’s a strict 11pm curfew, so get there early… It may be the last legit fun you have before trekking off for a full stomach of family drama…)