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Discover Le Fit at KFN April 27

Ben I.R. started Le Fit when he was studying for his MFA at Mills College in California with some friends enrolled in its music program who were working on avant-garde compositions at the time. They eventually laid down some tracks that would make-up the band’s debut album Near Fit, which was mixed by Jonathan Segel (of Camper van Beethoven). Creating seemingly effortless indie pop gems, the band received some mild success in the Bay Area. But after experiencing disheartening sales for their sophomore album Sportif, the college buddies went their separate ways, and Ben moved to Philadelphia in 2008. Well, he has managed to put together a new version of Le Fit from the pool of talent floating in our local music community. They’ll be headlining tonight at Kung Fu Necktie with support from In Grenada and Gerhardt Koerner [of (The Sound of) Kaleidoscopes]. Honestly, within the first listen of his intelligent well-crafted pop tunes, you’ll be able to hear why it might be worth showing up this evening to see what Ben has been up to lately. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 Front St., 8pm, $8, 21+ - H.M. Kauffman
 

Ball of Twine by Le Fit

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Union Street Preservation Society play Max Creeks' 40th anniversary party on April 29

Formed less than 2 years ago, Union Street Preservation Society is one of the most followed bands of the NYC's folk and roots revival. Mixing bluegrass with folk, old-time, blues and early jazz, the quintet is a crossroads for five diverse musicians to celebrate and build upon the American roots tradition. Their spirited vocal harmonies and runaway-train instrumentals breathe fire and soul into timeless standards, spirituals and honky-tonk anthems, emphasizing the freshness of their original tunes. Whether performing in a bar or on a barge, the Union Street Preservation Society radiates an authentic energy, ensuring a vibrant night of fun. They are just about to release their debut EP. On April 29 the band will be playing at Sullivan Hall in the West Village for the 40th birthday of the legendary Connecticut country band Max Creek.

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The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights 4/27-4/30

Spring rolls on with week of lovely weather. Here are few show selections for you to take in once the sun goes down.

Tonight Ears of the Beholder will be presenting a show at the Rickshaw with Dominant Legs, Superhumanoids, and Dirty Ghosts, 8pm.

Friday, back at the Rickshaw, Soft White Sixties will be celebrating a double album release party with AB and the Sea alongside The She's, 8:30pm.

Saturday out at the Hotel Utah catch Manatee with The Soonest, The Dandelion War and Calling Morocco, 9pm. This will be The Soonest's EP release show.

 

-Ada Lann

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Houses "Soak It Up"

Paul Hornschemeir and Bruce Parsons have created a new video that features the track "Soak It Up" by Houses. The video is intended to promote Paul's new book Life with Mr. Dangerous which will be released on May 24th.

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A Lull Live Performance Stream

A Lull released their debut album Confetti on April 12th through Mush Records. The band has been building a name for themselves over the last three years, and it seems like they have exploded since their acclaimed appearances at SXSW this year.

A Lull and Betta Promotions are streaming a live performance from Paragon Studios tonight (4/27) at 8:30pm here. Below is the Spirituals Remix of the band's track "Weapons For War".

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