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Music Go Music bring a neo-sort of '70s to Echo next Thursday

Music Go Music | "Light of Love" (Live on "Face Time)

Avant-pop outfit Music Go Music are the kind of group that you know grew up secretly obsessing over the songbooks of Abba, The Carpenters, Blondie and anyone else who dominated AM radio, but they channel back to their non-guilty influences with a dignity that leaves all chances of it being intentionally kitsch on the side. We highly recommend checking out their "Face Time" sessions on their YouTube page for a full showcase of this super faceted and mega talented group. If it tickles your fancy, check out their Echo set next Thursday night.


Joe Sib gets mega raves about "California Calling," comes back to Largo

The last time we caught up with Joe Sib, he was fronting a reunited Wax at Weezer's Palladium set a few months ago. It seems Sib has put the punk theatrics away (at least for awhile) for "California Calling," his one-man show about growing up all things punk. The debut went so well that Sib will be touring the show coinciding with a monthly Largo residency on Feb. 10, which will also feature new Deli favorite, singer/songwriter Audra Mae (of Sib's label Side One Dummy).


Residency Alert: Oren Lavie at Hotel Cafe every Monday

Oren Lavie | "Her Morning Elegance"
Dir. by O. Lavie, Yuval and Merav Nathan

Singer/songwriter Oren Lavie is on his way up. The newly LA-based is seeing a fair share of notoriety, from scores of sets on both coasts to a noteworthy television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live. But what really got heads turning was Lavie's video to "Her Morning Elegance," released early last year. With nearly 10 million views (not including the heaps of copies floating around the web), Lavie's vision of big, dreamy landscapes in small spaces is resonating. Not bad for a first-time filmmaker.

Oren Lavie plays the Hotel Cafe every Monday in January -- 21+


Nik Freitas joins AA Bondy's bill Saturday at Echo

Singer/songwriter Nik Freitas is a sponge. In one instance, his downtempo tracks seem honorably stolen from Mind Games-era Lennon and the next, contemporaries like M. Ward and an early Ben Kweller. The thing that sets Freitas apart from all the other sponges in town is that we actually believe him. Sincerity will always prevail. Freitas plays The Echo this Saturday night with AA Bondy.


Residency/Pizza/Beer/Bingo Alert: Olin and the Moon @ Echo every Tuesday

The next-round's-on-me sounds of Olin and the Moon will be claiming The Echo as their own every Tuesday this month. If the free cover isn't enough to bring you in (it should -- Olin and the Moon put together a great live set), then perhaps the pizza and beer specials alongside games of bingo might help if you're into being ultimately distracted at a live show. Tonight: cabaret pop's Eleni Mandell joins the bill, with Dusty Rhodes and the River Band on the 19th and The Henry Clay People on the 26th.


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