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Indie Rock





Indie Rock

Time: 
7:30 pm
Band name: 
Reptilian Elite
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/Reptilianelite/
Venue name: 
The Well
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Absolutely Not Gets Remixed

Absolutely Not has released two remixes from their recent album Problematic. They gave local duo Visceral Anatomy the task of reworking “Bottom of the Pit”, and they gave Austin’s Noise Punk band Super Thief the task of tackling “Glitch”.

Absolutely Not will be touring the country through out the month of April, and you can find all of their tour dates here.

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Baby Teeth @ Hideout (3/22)

Baby Teeth are back and reissuing their 2012 album White Tonight. This is a remastered version with a new cover. Below is the 2012 video for the album’s title track.

Baby Teeth is the work of Abraham Levitan, Jim Cooper, and Peter Andreadis, and we are so excited to have them back together.

You can help the band celebrate the release March 22nd at Hideout with Almond&Olive.

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No Men @ Hideout (3/23)

No Men have reissued their 2016 debut full-length LP, Dear God Bring The Doom, via Let’s Pretend Records making it available on vinyl for the first time. Below is the video for “Stay Dumb” they released back in 2016.

This is the noise rock of Pursley (vocals, drums), DB (bass), and Eric Hofmeister (drums).

You can help No Men celebrate the release of their album at the Hideout on March 23rd with Rad Payoff ad Evening Standards.

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Looms' "Eclipse" is an ode to emotional paralysis - live at Berlin 3.28

It’s hard not bask in the languid world of “Eclipse,” the first single off dream punk act Looms’ new record The Way Up. Written after a summer tour and a break up, frontman Sharif Mekawy’s lyrics about “wishing the moon would make it dark” embody a passive paralysis, the feeling of watching the hours tick by, a stupor from the reception of unexpected and unpleasant news. Looms’ interweaving guitars bolster this vibe, its impressive sundrenched noodling a sonic representation of the frustration that lies just below the surface. And while the Brooklyn four piece may have chosen to name this track after a solar eclipse, it feels just like a lazy afternoon in how it encapsulates the boring-to-death moments in between the events that define our lives. Give it a listen below, and catch Looms at Berlin on March 28th alongside Color Tongue, Monoculture, and Huh. -Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt), Photo by Liz Maney

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