Lonnie Walker, Height, Nuclear Power Pants | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Lonnie Walker, Height, Nuclear Power Pants 

When: Thu., April 1, 9 p.m. 2010
Price: $5

A crazy, colorful Baltimore troupe, Nuclear Power Pants makes heavy psychedelic pop, with thick group vocals piled over sheets of synthesizers and stacks of riveted percussion. It's noisy and it's narcotic, but it's not for everyone: Like many of their Wham City compatriots, it's zany zealousness might be a distraction. Then again, it might be your party, too. They'll play their own set but join Baltimore rap crew Height with Friends, too, for what they're calling a "cool, posi-vibes, partially collaborative, double party-set." Raleigh's Lonnie Walker continues to sharpen its sound, a mix of twisting indie epics and punchy pop gems. —Grayson Currin

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