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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Tonight in Music: The Thermals, Das Racist, Mad Rad, Suburban Vermin, the Omega Moo, Klondike Kate

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Suburban Vermin, the Omega Moo, Klondike Kate

(Comet) Everything about Suburban Vermin reminds me of the half dozen shitty punk bands I tried to start when I was in 10th grade—there's the short, catchy pop-punk songs, the band name (I grew up in Kent!), and especially the childishly pervy lyrics to "I Jerk Off (When I Think of You)": "You don't know what you do to me when you're not around, your lips feel so good on my cock." But unlike my god-awful attempts, Suburban Vermin don't suck. Openers the Omega Moo play a similar brand of sloppy three-chord pop punk, but this Seattle quartet blends enough surf and rockabilly influences in there to make it sound fresh and not just fun. KEVIN DIERS

The Thermals - A Reflection by drozdiks

The Thermals, Das Racist, Mad Rad

(Showbox at the Market) CONUNDRUM! For us nine-to-fivers, it's real hard to go out on a Sunday night. Tonight's Sasquatch! lineup announcement party happens to take place THE SAME DAY AS THE SUPER BOWL. You could stumble down to find out who's playing Sasquatch!, but we're just gonna throw it on the internet as soon as it happens. But, if you rely on that, you're going to miss this solid-ass lineup. GRANT BRISSEY

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