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Yuck, Son of Stan and Blackstone Rangers at Trees: Photos

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On Friday, post-punk darlings Yuck played to a packed house at Trees. It was their third and final Texas show this year, and the new lineup proved an even more impressive live unit than the old one.

Locals Son of Stan and Blackstone Rangers opened. Photographer Mike Brooks was there -- a few of his best photos from the proceedings are below:

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