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Aminal Music

Tuesday 10.28 

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Chapel Hill
Aminal Music
The Cave—Born of afternoon beers and inspired by graffiti, Aminal Music is a band of modest ambitions. "The grand mission for this band is to get these two EPs out and see if anybody likes 'em, and just keep playing shows," says frontman (and sometime Honored Guest) Patrick O'Neill. O'Neill and drummer Cameron Weeks created a buoyant sound with extra attention to texture from the keyboards. But the duo wasn't quite enough. The now-four piece band, with bassist Joe Caparo and keyboardist Mark Reidy, comes off the road for a show at The Cave with Weeks' other band, Black Skies, at 10 p.m. —Bryan Reed

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