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White Lies, Frankie Rose, Together Pangea

PETE COTTELL
8 pm., Tuesday April 22 | $25.
Roseland Theater
8 NW 6th Ave.
 
[BLUE-EYED NU-WAVE] With the new-wave revival going chill over the past five years, now may be the time for a band like White Lies to shine. On last year’s BIG TIV, the British trio carries the torch that bands like Editors and the Killers left by the wayside when kids with laptops were making post-punk sound tiny. Instead, outsized drum reverb, pillowy synths and soaring vocals—obligatory flourishes for a band that broke big while touring with Muse—make the Joy Divison and Smiths rehashes sound like a hopeful artifact of the future.

Where: Roseland Theater
Phone: 224-2038
Address: 8 NW 6th Ave.
Website: www.doubletee.com/rose_schedule.shtml

 
 
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