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Max Indian 

When: Wed., July 21, 7 p.m. 2010
Price: $10

"Whatever goes up has to come back down," Max Indian frontman Carter Gaj presciently sang on the most memorable cut from his band's 2009 debut, You Can Go Anywhere, Do Anything. Indeed, for a moment, it seemed that Max Indian might be bound for glory, with a cantering mix of faded soul and rock that sat so steadily in the pocket. Sure, their vintage pop suggested the Beatles, but it also suggested the humid torpor and ease of the band's home state. These days, membership attrition, as well as every member being split between a half-dozen bands, has slowed Max Indian's ascent, making this show a somewhat rare one. Hopefully they're not ready to come down just yet. —Grayson Currin

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