Beloved Binge, Pink Flag, Jews & Catholics | Broad Street Cafe | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Beloved Binge, Pink Flag, Jews & Catholics 

When: Fri., June 25, 10 p.m. 2010
Price: $5

At Broad Street Cafe, Jews and Catholics maintain a reckless, passionate delivery, coupling the rattling resonance of an upright bass with arena-ready guitar. The Winston-Salem duo offers a gothic New Wave essence, exemplified by the deliciously '80s "Zombie Teeth." "Talk is talk/ nothing more," croons Eddie Garcia. Openers Beloved Binge play quirky rock: activist at the core, yet remarkably fun. Their work is unconventional yet familiar, like the perfect vintage store coat. Also, snappy punk trio Pink Flag. —Corbie Hill



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