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West Trinity

Monday 12.28 

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Chapel Hill
West Trinity

Local 506—Every year, when people are worrying about the presents they should be stuffing into boxes—or how fastest to return presents they pulled out of boxes—the dockets of the most popular local rock clubs become clean slates. It's a good thing too, as such vacancy allows newcomers—or simply bands whose sounds might not sync with the currents of the moment—a chance to be heard. So it goes with West Trinity, a new Durham four-piece that quotes classical music within its vaguely spectral blues-rock anthems. A little like light Deep Purple Cream, West Trinity builds electric washes beneath Therese Honeycutt's incensed voice. The free show starts at 9:30 p.m. See www.local506.com. —Grayson Currin

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