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Pipe, Fleshwounds 

When: Sat., Aug. 4, 10 p.m. 2012
Price: Free

The third show of Churchkey Records' First One's Free—a so far excellent monthly rock 'n' roll double-header—might be its best yet. At least it's the most forceful. Flesh Wounds bring familiar faces (Last Year's Men's Montgomery Morris, Future Kings of Nowhere's Dan Kinney and The Moaners' Laura King) and a familiar garage rock mania to the opening slot. Here, Memphis swagger swings with Detroit muscle. It's enough to stand even with this evening's bruising headliner, Pipe, whose burly punk traces a line from the Stooges to Drive Like Jehu, and whose shows are notorious hailstorms of punishing riffs and haphazardly thrown beer cans. —Bryan C. Reed

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