Naps, Nests | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Naps, Nests 

When: Thu., Feb. 17, 9:30 p.m. 2011
Price: Free

There's been some worry of late that the area kids just aren't starting bands like they used to—that is, three or four years ago, when now-heavyweights like Bowerbirds, Megafaun and The Love Language began to hit their strides almost simultaneously. Tonight should ease your worried mind: Nests, for instance, is the project of singer-songwriter Jeremy Walton, and his skeletal songs are projected spectrally by a cast that includes local talents like Lonnie Walker's Brian Corum. The same goes for Naps, a band that bends the indie rock of Modest Mouse and Sebadoh into strangely luminous shapes. Jenna and the Jintlemin, meanwhile, gather the bulk of Annuals behind the fair-voiced Jenna Smith for restrained country music. Good Thursday primer. —Grayson Currin


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