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Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun 

When: Sun., July 31, 10 p.m. 2011
Price: $5

This coed quartet's driving electro-rock slashes and struts with spiky guitar punctuation; they split the difference between fire-starting electroclash and neo-romantic British rock, like the Editors enjoying the Rapture over Elastica's renewed body. Frontwoman Lauren Gibson's careening vocals key the proceedings, leading the listener on an emotive ride that bleeds with energy. At their best, they fashion vibrant rhythms amid creamy textures, all surrounded by shrieking guitars and synthetic rumble. At its worst, they sound like an inferior version of My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult. That leaves precious little room for error. With I Was Totally Destroying It. At—Chris Parker

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