Washington, D.C.'s Le Loup stops through town tonight, and as Wendy Gilmartin explains in this week's paper, it should make for a good show:
Le Loup offers its translation on the experimental and noisy world of down-at-the-compound rock with much to contribute: three-part harmonies and a keenly developed understanding of finger work (on banjos and mandolins), not to mention fully fleshed-out songs with beginnings, middles and clarifying ends that take the audience on a roller-coaster ride of emotion and sonic bliss. Continue reading...
Originally, the band was to be joined on this bill by Portland's Nurses. In a somewhat ironic, though, that band has had to pull out of its tour with Le Loup due to medical concerns. Alas, it should still make for a good show.
And, thanks to the fine folks at Spune, we've got two pairs of tickets to hand out to tonight's show. Want 'em? Be one of the first two people to email me right now with "Loop de Loup" in the subject line and you and a friend are getting in to this show for free. Good luck!
Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners!
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