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• Bob Mould and Curt Kirkwood play the Troubadour tonight. Doors open at 8 PM; tickets are $15 advance.
• Ariel Pink, Indian Jewelry, Gris Gris and Belong are at The Echo tonight. Doors open at 8:30 PM and tickets are $8. [18+]
• Tangier features The Court and Spark, The Autumn Defense and Biirdie tonight at 8 PM. Tickets are $10.
• Saul Williams presents and signs The Dead Emcee Scrolls: The Lost Teachings of Hip-Hop tonight at 7 PM at Book Soup.
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