In House returns for its second pair of shows this weekend with two stellar in-studio sessions, each with a local connection. Saturday night features an entire full band set from Portland's own Shaky Hands, recently named the area's Best New Band 2007 by the Willamette Week. The quintet plays songs from their self-titled debut, out earlier in the year, while also previewing material due to appear on their next full-length. Sunday night it's a visit with New Orleans-based singer-songwriter Gill Landry. His own 2007 debut, the excellent The Ballad of Lawless Soirez was recorded last year in Portland with producer Nick Jaina, and also bares the mark of several PDX musicians in the mix. While the effort is technically a debut, Landry is a veteran of Americana variations, including busking in the streets of the Big Easy, and spells with the Kitchen Syncopators and the Old Crow Medicine Show.