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Twilighter, Revolutionary Sweethearts 

When: Sat., June 2, 10 p.m. 2012

Did Feel Good, the new LP by Chapel Hill's Twilighter, is both a strange testament to the oddball evolution of the band during the last decade and to the polyglot acceptance of indie rock right now. Years ago, Twilighter was a half-twinkling, half-rusty skewed folk band, renovating solid songs with ramshackle parts. Now, they're something like a rock band, caught somewhere between Pixies-like energy and Pavement's insouciance, Talking Heads' thrum and Television's sidewinding churn. There are touches of country (or, at the least, alt-country), power-pop and maybe even a little No Wave weirdness. This is the release party for the earworm-inclined album. The Revolutionary Sweethearts open. —Grayson Currin

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