VOLUME COUNTDOWN: 3 days! Buy your tickets in cash at our headquarters, located at 9 S. Washington St., this week. If you purchased your passes online, will-call can be picked up Friday and Saturday.
Banjos have made a sexy, albeit backwoodsy comeback. But don’t be fooled by the Seattle band’s acoustic string section, hand clapping and folksy harmonies — Campfire OK doesn’t sound dated. The quintet incorporates subtle synthesizers and a thunderous piano to create a textured, atmospheric rock sound that’s more indie than Americana, and more experimental than roots. Listen for skillful instrumentation, thoughtful arrangements and a modern interpretation of banjo playing. Catch them on Friday at 8:10 pm at Club 412.
Electronic pop has never sounded so sweet. Sick Kids XOXO combines lackadaisical synthesizers with catchy guitar hooks and two solid lead vocalists — one male, one female — to create a sound that feels like a caffeine high. The band has become darlings of Missoula’s music scene and show stoppers at events like the Treefort Music Fest in Boise. They are sure to draw a dance-happy crowd at Club 412 on Saturday at 9:50 pm.
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Here are some highlights so far:
Summer in Siberia practice for their 11:59 pm set on Friday at Mootsy's.
Interplayers joined our list of venues last week.
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