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Glad You Asked: Crystal Castles, Buck 65 and Dark Star



Dear GYA, People say it's a blessing to be full, but I don't know. I'm so full of women I can barely move. Yeah, Mitt wasn't kidding -- it's tough to make decisions when you're stuffed to the gills with women; so many women. Well, I suppose I'm gonna try to waddle out of the house today -- anything good happening? - Mitt's Binder---

Mitt's Binder, It's a good problem to have, I guess. Here are a few things tonight that shouldn't require that much moving:

Experimental-electronic band Crystal Castles will be at In The Venue/Club Sound. The celebrated Canadian duo is on the verge of releasing their highly anticipated third album, Crystal Castles III, on Nov. 5. Two singles have been released: "Wrath of God" and "Plague." The show starts at 8 p.m. 

Rapper Buck 65 will be onstage at Urban Lounge. Though loosely connected to the acclaimed turntablist collective 1200 Hobos, Buck's sound has evolved from traditional hip-hop to avante garde electronica folk. Think Tom Waits meets Sage Francis. You may have heard his tracks on the show Trailer Park Boys, being bumped in Julian's car. The show starts at 9 p.m.

Grateful Dead tribute band Dark Star Orchestra will be performing at The Depot. Arguably the closest thing you'll now ever get to seeing Jerry Garcia live, Dark Star has been around for over 10 years and they put on one hell of show. The band will plays exact sets from selected Grateful Dead shows, song for song. The doors open at 8 p.m.

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