Penguin Prison, Class Actress, Omar & Tanaka | Motorco Music Hall | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Penguin Prison, Class Actress, Omar & Tanaka 

When: Sun., May 20, 8 p.m. 2012
Price: $10-12

Even if you're not one to judge a band by its name, trust in the fact that Class Actress' glitzy synth-pop sounds even better under the spotlight. Performed live by leading lady Elizabeth Harper, producer Mark Richardson and multi-instrumentalist Scott Rosenthal, the three-year-old Brooklyn outfit brings histrionics and theatrics to the melodic dance songs of their debut album, Rapprocher, with twinkling electronics, silky bass riffs and Harper slinking around the stage as she croons like the younger sister of Madonna. When the trio springs into their anthemic single "Weekend," next Saturday night won't feel nearly as far away. Electro-popster Penguin Prison shares the bill. —Marissa Muller

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