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Friday, June 15 • 4:00pm - 10:00pm
of Montreal, Jens Lekman, The Thermals, Beach Fossils

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$33.50. Doors at 4:00PM. This event is all ages.

SET TIMES

of Montreal - 8:30PM

Jens Lekman - 6:50PM

The Thermals - 5:50PM

Beach Fossils - 5:00PM

 

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Beach Fossils

Beach Fossils’ songwriter Dustin Payseur crafts carefully arranged songs focusing on life’s simple pleasures: sun, friends, maybe a quick trip out of town. Their debut EP earned rave reviews in 2o1o, and last year’s What a Pleasure EP deepened their guitar pop sound with cleaner production and a slightly melancholy sentiment. The past year has seen multiple members of the band split off into various side-projects: Cole Smith scratching... Read More →
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Jens Lekman

Sweden’s Jens Lekman brings an uncommon wit and humanity to his songs, detailing his vulnerabilities with a smooth baritone. First drawing attention for his 2004 debut, When I Said I Wanted to Be Your Dog, Lekman is the latest in a long line of songwriters too smart for their own good. He picks up the torch of slight disappointment passed over the decades from Scott Walker to Jonathan Richman to Morrissey to Stuart Murdoch. But the even keel of... Read More →
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of Montreal

In the late 90s, Kevin Barnes was a young addition to the Athens, Georgia’s influential Elephant 6 collective. His style in those days, like founding members Neutral Milk Hotel, Apples in Stereo, and Olivia Tremor Control, took melodic pop in unexpected directions. Barnes’ long career has had more wild turns than any of them. As his twee narratives got increasingly involved, albums like The Gay Parade overflowed with musical ideas and a... Read More →
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The Thermals

Portland, Oregon, trio The Thermals have been blasting away since 2002, their songwriter Hutch Harris calling bullshit in snarls for a solid decade now. They formed from remnants of other Northwestern groups, and at their beginning they were usually loud, sloppy, and done done with a crash in under two minutes. But no matter what preceded it in the description of the band’s raucous early records “pop-,” “garage-,” “lo-fi-,” the... Read More →


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