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Out come the wolves
BY CARLY CARIOLI

Who books Wolf Eyes and We Are Wolves on back-to-back nights? And then Sub Pop sends yet another Wolf-pack CD the same week to triple-extra-confuse the shit out of us? Weíre hereby proclaiming Wolf Rock the Next Big Thing. Enjoy the backlash.

WOLF EYES

"STABBED IN THE FACE"

SUB POP

Andrew W.K.ís favorite Michigan punk/improv band sound just like the title ó if the second half were "By Pussy Galore, with Pieces of a Merzbow Record." All the loudness, screaming, violence, and distortion of hardcore, without any pandering crap like "riffs" or "song structure."

T.T. the Bearís Place, 10 Brookline St, Cambridge | Sept 20

WE ARE WOLVES

"LA NATURE"

FAT POSSUM

Despite their record label, theyíre not a blues band ó unless your idea of the blues involves angry Canadians, white noise, drum machines, and bass lines thatíre wanted for murder in six states.

Great Scott, 1222 Comm Ave, Allston | Sept 20

WOLF PARADE

"YOU ARE A RUNNER AND I AM MY FATHERíS SON"

SUB POP

Buzzed-about indie trio from Montreal formed in order to open for the Arcade Fire, two of them have played in the Arcade Fire, and the New York Times compared them to the Arcade Fire. This song? A little Arcade Fire-y

T.T. the Bearís Place | Oct 20

JASON ANDERSON

"O, JAC!"

K

Would I drag that nice boy from Newburyport into this? Just because he used to call himself Wolf Colonel? No. But he recently took his band on a six-night tour by bicycle, and he recorded a live album here last week, so itís as good a time as any to remind you about how toasty warm his most recent K disc, The Wreath, is: Iron & Wine-y folk + sad-girl harmonies + one-handed piano + albatross lyrics = Our Sufjan.

Northeastern University, Boston | Sept 23

 


Issue Date: September 16 - 22, 2005
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