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O'Death, Why Are We Building Such a Big Ship, Lonnie Walker 

When: Thu., Sept. 1, 9 p.m. 2011
Price: $10-12

Brooklyn sextet O'Death swings from raging storms of string-shredding, all-in Americana to the placid introspection and hushed tones of bedroom indie folk. They color both in gothic grimness and litter their tunes with dark lyrical imagery. Mega-sized N'awlins outfit Why Are We Building Such a Big Ship? mixes gypsy punk with indie rock and strands of the Big Easy's brass and zydeco, resulting in a wild circus that'd be comfortable partying with Man Man. Local heroes Lonnie Walker open with their nervous, tightly wound brand of country-tinged stomp 'n' stammer. —Spencer Griffith

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