In the Red Records' 25th Anniversary

Long before Burger Records rediscovered the thrills of trashy garage rock, Larry Hardy paved the way with his influential L.A. imprint, In the Red Records. So long ago, in fact, that Hardy’s indie label is celebrating its 25th anniversary with three days of shows. Thursday night features a rare local appearance by Detroit garage-auteur Mick Collins and his brainy, sludgy sonic reducers The Gories. Modern-day punk prince Ty Segall co-headlines Thursday, before reappearing the next two nights with his grimy new project, Gøggs. The thrills and rarities continue Friday with unexpected reunions of Jon Spencer and Cristina Martinez’s seductively primal Boss Hog and the feral condensations of L.A. hellions Red Aunts, not to mention garage kingpin Greg Cartwright’s Oblivians, who practically invented the Jack White formula. Saturday closes with fuzzy Golem-slayers Wand and another dose of Gøggs. Also Friday-Saturday, July 15-16 via LAWeekly