Woolen Men, Pony Time, Stickers

When: Wed., March 6, 8 p.m. 2013

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Seattle garage-punk duo Pony Time have just as much in common with the erstwhile tones of groups like the Urinals as they do with the contemporary garage revival. On the band's latest LP, Go Find Your Own, the band doesn't shy away from exposing its allegiances to pop culture fun, and includes odes to LGBTQ rights ("Lesbian Mayor"), Kathleen Hanna, and a memorable romp with possibly the best track name of the last 15 years, "First Thing in the Morning, You and Me (Hard and Heavy)." All of this playfulness, though, belies a strong power-pop presence underneath that fuzzy, fun noise. While you're at it, go ahead and support the crud out of Record Room by stocking up on vinyl, cassettes, and laserdiscs! RYAN J. PRADO

Price: $5

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