Tuesday, July 24, 2012

You Should Make Plans to See Tycho at Plush

Posted By on Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 10:00 AM

Sure, September 3rd seems like a long time away, but when you have the chance to see two legitimately great indie acts at a venue the size of Plush, it's worth planning ahead a bit. I have no idea who is the headliner between soothing electronic act Tycho and lo-fi anthem creators The Album Leaf (Tycho plays last, for what it's worth), but $12 is a bargain to see those two bands. Tycho's latest album Dive (above) came out in 2011 as is the perfect soundtrack for staring at your monitor and pretending to work, but I imagine it would translate to a club setting as well.

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