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Live Music

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Danava

When: Sat., Oct. 4, 8-11 p.m. 2014

Between the LSD, Charles Manson, suicide cults and the sexual revolution, the '60s and '70s were nuts. And plenty of that freakiness is embedded in the sludgy, fuzzed-out psych-rock/retro-metal made by U.K. band Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats. Formed in Cambridge in 2009, Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats attained cult-favorite status before they played even one gig; the first vinyl edition of their second album, 2011's creep show Blood Lust, sold out instantaneously, thanks to the buzz the band received after uploading a few tunes to YouTube. The band is currently on their first North American tour in support of their new single, "Runaway Girls"—the sexy NSFW music video is killer—as well as their latest album, 2013's Mind Control, which features walls of heavy guitar, droning vocals and plenty of black sonic magic. Danava will open. (Kolbie Stonehocker)

Price: $13

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