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Live Music

Twin Peaks, Criminal Hygiene, Koala Temple

When: Sat., Nov. 22, 7 p.m. 2014

Sometimes music videos lamely don't at all match their accompanying song, but Twin Peaks' (no apparent connection to the '90s cult-classic TV show) video for their track "Flavor" fits its breezy but rocking feel perfectly. In the video, the members of the Chicago band goof off at a pool party and drive around while smoking weed in their tour van, which ends up flying ridiculously off of a cliff and back into the pool they started at. But despite their penchant for cheap beer and van smoking, Twin Peaks make music that's lighthearted but meaty, and has the grittiness of psych and garage rock but also the catchiness and accessibility of pop. Other stellar tracks on their latest album, Bad Onion, released in the summer, are "Strawberry Smoothie" and "Making Breakfast," with the great line "Nothing is forever, but don't let it get you down." Also on the bill are Los Angeles garage-rock/punk band Criminal Hygiene and local experimental rock band Koala Temple. (Kolbie Stonehocker)

Price: $10

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