Break, the debut LP by local quartet In Grenada, has been in steady rotation on my MP3 player since it was re-released five weeks ago. (And that’s saying a lot—seeing as how a slew of other great new albums by local acts have been released in that time, considerably beefing up the competition for my oh-so-precious auditory attention.) Apparently, I’m just a sucker for jangly-guitar-driven pop with “whoa-ooh” backing vocals—both of which the track “Hills (Flooded Valleys)” (available for free download via the band’s Bandcamp page) has plenty to spare. The same goes for local quartet Creeping Weeds, which opens the show with a set of gentle indie-rock accentuated by sighing vocal harmonies. In Grenada performs with Bridges And Powerlines and Creeping Weeds at 8 p.m. at Kung Fu Necktie; tickets to the 21+ show are $5.
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