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After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music. – Aldous Huxley Tues., Nov. 6 – Alesana, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Idiot Pilot, The Number Twelve @ Le National – Say Hi, The A Sides, The Velvet Teen @ Zoobizarre Wed., Nov. 7 – Sea Wolf @ Sala Rosa – All Time Low, Boys Like Girls, The Audition, Valencia @ Le National Thurs.

After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.
– Aldous Huxley

Tues., Nov. 6
– Alesana, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Idiot Pilot, The Number Twelve @ Le National
– Say Hi,
The A Sides,
The Velvet Teen
@ Zoobizarre

Wed., Nov. 7
– Sea Wolf
@ Sala Rosa
– All Time Low, Boys Like Girls, The Audition,
Valencia
@ Le National

Thurs., Nov. 8
– Swayzak
@ Parking
– My Brightest Diamond, Tim Fite @ Sala Rosa
– Band of Horses, the Drones
@ La Tulipe
– Armor
for Sleep,
Cobra Starship,
Sherwood
@ La National
– The Mobius Band, Tigercity @ Petit Campus

Fri., Nov. 9
– Ill Scarlett, Your Favorite Enemies
@ Stade Uniprix

Sat., Nov. 10
– Van Halen
@ Bell Centre
– DJ Vadim
@ La Sala Rosa
– Rides Again, Social Code,
Tupelo Honey
@ Gymnase
– Mobile,
the Misson District @ Stade
Uniprix
– Jully Black
@ The Savoy

Sun. Nov., 11
– Budos Band, Sharon Jones
@ La Tulipe
– Battles,
White Williams
@ Le National

Mon., Nov. 12
– The Police
@ Bell Centre
– Illinois, Menomena
@ Sala Rosa
– The Cribs
@ Le National

Tues., Nov. 13
– Behemoth,
Job for a
Cowboy
@ Club Soda

This week’s pick:

Band of Horses is of another of Sub Pop’s gems, initially attracting label attention by opening for Iron & Wine during a string of Seattle shows. Their second album “Cease To Begin” was released in October 2007. Their music has been frequently used for television shows, including Criminal Minds, Chuck and One Tree Hill to name a few. In an interview with The Hour earlier this year, singer Bridwell described the latest album as “a tale of two cities. Or places. Or, one is a city and the other is a place”. Whatever. Check them out.

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