The recent insanity surrounding Planned Parenthood makes me long for my old CD copy of Safe and Sound, a 1996 Boston-centric benefit that Letters To Cleo organized after two receptionists were killed at a a Brookline abortion clinic. This was the era when Bostonians like Jennifer Trynin and Tracy Bonham and Fuzzy were all regulars on the radio. I mention this because Speedy Ortiz are from Boston and sound kind of like its 1996. Downtown Boys and Whore Paint share the bill. Note the early start time.