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Indian Jewelry 

When: Thu., Nov. 10, 9 p.m. 2011
Price: $7-9

Indian Jewelry plays hypnotic synth-rock, defined by redlined, dying-battery drum machines and keys. Much like the New Wavers who betrayed Throbbing Gristle's influence, this Houston band brings welcome caveman heavy-handedness and gravel to the often sterile synth-rock world. This aesthetic gels well with kindred spirits Prisms. And Music Workers, featuring members of Greensboro pop dudes Casual Curious, play a Kraftwerk tribute set. —Corbie Hill



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