Landlady | Neptunes Parlour | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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When: Sun., March 5, 9 p.m. 2017
Price: $10

as colorful, energetic, and adept as Brooklyn's Landlady. With expert precision, Landlady braids together threads of jazz, old-school soul, pop, and rock; the resulting songs are brainy but accessible, skipping over boring indie rock tropes in favor of earnest expeditions that aren't fenced in by genre worship. The band delivered its newest batch of tunes in January with The World Is a Loud Place, its third and strongest LP. There, Landlady offers unexpected combinations of calamity and catharsis, bolstered by lyrical snippets of raw emotional honesty. This weekend, the band performs in one of the smallest venues in the Triangle—Raleigh's tiny Neptunes Parlour—which means you can expect the cozy basement to be packed to its ceiling with feelings. Durham's Blanko Basnet opens. —Allison Hussey

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