Richard Bacchus & the Luckiest Girls, Rat Jackson, The Campaign 1984 | Slim's Downtown | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Richard Bacchus & the Luckiest Girls, Rat Jackson, The Campaign 1984 

When: Sat., May 15, 10 p.m. 2010
Price: $3

Richard Bacchus is a wily street-fighting punk—he'll try anything to knock you off your feet. Most often he's a bare-knuckled brawler with slashing Bowery-bred guitars, all grimy power chords and provocation. Sometimes he's "Dubnacious," circling with a reggae fire. He's not above calamitous love mongering, either, like a "Capital Offender" escaped from England circa 1977. Whatever the idiom, expect it to be catchy, muscular and vaguely dangerous. Rat Jackson, on the other hand, is a bruising, no-frills bum-rush over a garage-blues rumble. —Chris Parker

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