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Electronic

Time: 
08:30 pm
Band name: 
Mïrändä
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/MirandasMusicPage/
Venue name: 
Pianos (showroom)
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Electronic

Time: 
22:00
Band name: 
Rick Feds
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/RickFedsBeats/
Venue name: 
Parkside Lounge
Band email: 
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Eric Benoit celebrates release show of "Heartrender" LP tonight at Pianos

Eric Benoit's sophomore album Heartrender consists in seven tracks of emotional journeying through a tortured relationship. Beginning in 2014 with his bold album College, Benoit has melted his soul into roaring lyrical anthems with the arrangements of haunting electronic soundscapes. His second release builds upon the work of his debut, exploring themes of trauma and unresolved pain with explosive lyrics such as "Fucking is a disease/Procreation is incest". Benoit will mark the album's release with a show at Pianos on Saturday, January 27th. You can stream two tracks out of Heartrender below. - Will Sisskind

Dragonflies by Eric Benoit on VEVO.

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KNOWER Plays Live at Lodge Room Highland Park This Friday

Youtube memetrash aesthetic goes live this Friday with KNOWER's first Los Angeles show of the year featuring live backing band at the Lodge Room Highland Park. Louis Cole and Genevieve Artadi, the project's only constants, mix electrofunk and jazz with more than a touch of net humor that makes anyone wonder when they'll do a collaboration with Bill Wurtz. The duo will embark on several festival appearances before taking off in the spring to tour through Europe. Friday's show will kick off with performances from Thumpasaurus, The Unending Thread, and Plexus. - Ryan Mo

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Kimbra to open US tour at Paradise Rock Club 1.28

Kimbra is hitting the road this weekend, beginning the first leg of a US tour in support of her upcoming album Primal Heart. The tour’s first show is the Paradise Rock Club, located in the heart of Boston University’s sprawling campus. The indie rock/pop singer, originally from New Zealand, released three singles in support of the new album: “Everybody Knows”, “Top of the World”, and “Human”. Primal Heart is set to release on April 20 through Warner Bros. Records. Check out the singer’s newest video for “Everybody Knows” below, and you can find tickets for the Kimbra at the Paradise here. -Charley Ruddell

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