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Live Music

Foxygen, Dub Thompson

When: Tue., Oct. 21, 8 p.m. 2014

The Los Angeles indie-pop/psychedelia duo's bio says this about their new album, ... And Star Power, released earlier this month: "Foxygen have joined Star Power. It is a punk band, and you can be in it, too. Star Power is the radio station that you can hear only if you believe." If that weird description didn't make it obvious, Foxygen disregarded any rules that said the track list of their third album had to be a normal length, and instead opted to make a 82-minute-long rambler that's divided into four acts and includes multiple guest artists (for example: The Flaming Lips and Of Montreal). The album won't be everyone's cup of tea, but '70s-rock-oriented single "How Can You Really"—which features loose guitar, jangly tambourine and frontman Sam France's androgynous vocals—will get stuck in your head. Dub Thompson opens. (Kolbie Stonehocker)

Price: $15

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