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Portland, Ore.'s Paradise doesn't just embrace the classic, '60s garage-rock sound; on "Born and Bound," the band grabs it by the throat and shakes loose all the economic and emotional desperation lurking beneath the messy surface.

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When local garage-rock trio Roundheels took the Firebird stage, I should have known it was going to be, well, an unorthodox evening.

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The brash crash of "Wolf at Your Window" by Brooklyn, N.Y. trio Raccoon Fighter makes a clear statement: garage rock isn't going away any time soon, and that's a good thing for fans of loud, limber rock 'n' roll.

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If you were anywhere other than Plush on Saturday night, you missed out on an explosion of unadulterated, unfiltered, unholy rock 'n' roll courtesy of Mr. Hanni el Khatib.

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Slashing and snapping from the get-go, "Open Up Your Mind" by Fort Smith, Ark. band Pagiins is a relentlessly anarchic (and fun) take on the well-worn garage rock sound.

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Yelping, grooving garage pop with a great Kinks quote recorded in Puerto Rico? Sure, why not? In the hands of Shark Week, and the cut "Baby Maybe," the sound is irresistible.

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Tuesday, 02 July 2013 12:00

You, Me & Us 7/2/13

You Me & Us are indigenous to California, the land of eternal summer. We who have migrated to the Midwest see California illuminate the West like hope's beacon. Just over Nevada's heat and dry, fragrant air that carries the scent of summer sweat and dust lays a promise land of surf, sun and freedom.

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Tuesday, 02 July 2013 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Hello' by the Mantles

From the Byrds to the bands of Nuggets, the West-Coast psych-folk and garage-rock sound of the Mantles has its sources; but on "Hello" that sound also has something more elusive: the spiraling, emotional vulnerability of one voice trying to reach another.

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs
"Mosquito"
Interscope

Bursting out of the New York scene as an avant-garde embodiment of "live fast, die young," the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have made it to 10 years -- and their fourth album -- a testimony to the band's maturation.

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The club fills with fog, sludge-covered power chords pin you against the wall. Bright lights and even more fog seep from the Off Broadway stage to reveal two brothers, also known as JEFF the Brotherhood.

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