Jobs, Enemy Waves | Neptunes Parlour | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Jobs, Enemy Waves 

When: Tue., July 7, 9:30 p.m. 2015
Price: $5
In a sense, the new killer BOB sings is the debut from Brooklyn’s experimental pop trio JOBS. But that discounts the work drummer Max Jaffe, bassist Rob Lundberg and guitarist Dave Scanlon have put in since 2008, operating under the name Killer Bob. The new name brings a new approach, though, and killer BOB sings’ first single, “Patient Angel,” is a moody, throbbing one. Its heavy, industrial low-end provides a sturdy base for airy, elegant vocals. —Bryan .
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