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Harvey Milk, Dark Sea Dream 

When: Fri., March 11, 9 p.m. 2011
Price: $10-12

The Southern men of Harvey Milk have never found an easy audience: Though they've been a band on and off for nearly two decades, their fucked-up mix of sludgy metal, math rock and straight-ahead rock 'n' roll menace—not to mention their confounding blend of sinister seriousness and beer-land goofball humor—has earned them little more than a cult following and a legion of influence. But Harvey Milk's steely tension and spitball release makes for an endlessly interesting discography, full of unexpected twists (see the guitar solos slathered across Life ... the Best Game in Town) and undeniable anthems (see all of last year's malevolent A Small Turn of Human Kindness). With Dark Sea Dream and Systems. —Grayson Currin

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