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Pseudo Blue CD release, Doco 

When: Fri., Dec. 23, 9 p.m. 2011
Price: $5-7

Though Pseudo Blue formed in Wilmington, the seed of the band was sown in Raleigh. Tonight the quartet returns to the City of Oaks to celebrate the release of its six-song debut, Building An Army. The band's easygoing mix of funk and Southern rock twang suggests Widespread Panic or Warren Haynes' Gov't Mule. When country jaunts ease into syncopated bass lines or smears of wah-wah guitar leads, and crunchy rhythm guitar comes matched by the crisp keyboards and the even-keeled vocals of frontman Eric Puente, Pseudo Blue finds its sweet spot. "Chill" seems to be an appropriate adjective. With Doco. —Bryan C. Reed

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