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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Tonight, Tonight: Greenhornes, Eli "Paperboy" Reed, Chapel Club, Small Black, Torche, Liturgy and more

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click to enlarge Small Black is at the Luminary Center for the Arts tonight with .e and Wise Blood
  • Small Black is at the Luminary Center for the Arts tonight with .e and Wise Blood

The post-SXSW embarrassment of riches continues in town tonight. Besides the Greenhornes at the Firebird and Eli "Paperboy" Reed at Off Broadway, there are several other shows featuring awesome/not-to-miss bands. Behold:

Torche @ Fubar This show is notable, as it's Andrew Elstner's local debut with the stoner-metal road warriors. With Tilts, Post Teens and The Lion's Daughter. Doors at 7. $12, plus minor surcharge if you're under 21.

White Hills/Liturgy @ Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center More metal, this time from New York: Liturgy specializes in clattering doom, while White Hills is space-rocking. $5.

Chapel Club @ Old Rock House Is moody, dramatic Britrock more your style? Then current Brit buzz-band Chapel Club will be up your alley. Locals Loza and Jailbox are also playing. 8 p.m. $1.

Small Black @ Luminary Center for the Arts Noisy electropop with hooks to spare. Wise Blood and .e are also playing. $10.

Blow! @ Foam Loop-based indie rockers with an electro edge. With HUMDRUM. 8 p.m.

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