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Mitch Easter, Citay, Birds of Avalon 

When: Tue., April 6, 9:15 p.m. 2010
Price: $8

Guitars of glory: San Francisco's Citay started as a studio project between Piano Magic expat Ezra Feinberg and Fucking Champs veteran Tim Green. The pair first created a pneumatic psychedelic space, meticulous but full, with twin electric leads scissoring through jangling acoustic drifts. Over three albums, they've expanded the lineup and palette but somehow only sharpened the early approach. Citay stretches strong pop songs (including a cover of Galaxie 500's anthem "Tugboat") with imaginative playing and shapes fuzzy instrumentals into blissful atmospheres. They'll take the bill's middle, while big locals offer the bookends: Birds of Avalon unveil their four-piece lineup, wherein the vocals are split across all members, while producer and Let's Active legend Mitch Easter headlines with his band. —Grayson Currin

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