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Lake & Hennepin, Leland Sundries, John Hildenstein 

When: Thu., March 1, 9 p.m. 2012
Price: $5

Good news: There's a Lake & Hennepin LP in the works. The new band, fronted by Dirty Little Heaters singer Reese McHenry, had its first session Feb. 26 with Chris Rossi at Spacelab Studio. Rossi, who plays guitar in Lake & Hennepin, also recorded the Dirty Little Heaters' 7-inch, Fatty Don't Feel Good. Leland Sundries, a New York band appearing with these Durhamites, brings pensive, story-driven folk-rock punctuated by an intriguingly menacing banjo. Songwriter Nick Loss-Eaton writes with odd lyrical structures, building songs from disconnected observations. His nonlinear Americana poetry is filled with gorgeous, if detached, images such as "Snuck into the planetarium so I could sleep under the stars." John Hildenstein opens. —Corbie Hill



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