Deerhoof, Buke & Gase, Raleigh Moncrief

When: Sat., Sept. 29, 8 p.m. 2012

Deerhoof has made a name for itself by keeping listeners off-balance over the course of 11 albums. The San Francisco four-piece's Breakup Song is another jittery, sharp, left-right U-turn for the band, filled with massive, arty instrumentation and production shoehorned into three-minute bubblegum pop songs. It's J-pop meets ADHD meets dystopian Los Angeles. Basically, there's enough ear candy here to give you a bellyache, but damn it if it doesn't taste good. And for a band that seems to morph with every release, Deerhoof has remained pretty consistent. But no matter your drug of choice, tonight's performance will likely be a long, strange trip. MARK LORE

Price: $15

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