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Mowgli, Midnite Sun
Local 506—For Mowgli front man and lead songwriter Anthony Watkins, there are plenty of questions following a varied EP of slightly wired post-punk and pop ballads, an increasingly electric stage presence and a controlling tinge of bluesy soul: He wants to know how to get shows publicized, how to secure record reviews and how to get the band's schedule into Triangle music's conscience. Today's installment of the 506's Free for All—shows where bands run their own sound and pass the hat—and the lack of a cover charge should take care of one question: "How do I get all my friends on the list?" With early-'90s laced power-pop from Midnite Sun at 9:30 p.m. —Margaret Hair

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