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Sebadoh: Show Preview 

Wednesday, Jul 31 2013
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When Lou Barlow exited Dinosaur Jr. and formed Sebadoh in 1989, it was impossible to know or predict just how important his new lo-fi project would become. The influence of albums like III, Smash Your Head on the Punk Rock, and Bakesale on indie rock is still palpable today, even though more than two decades have passed since their release. After a mammoth 14-year recording break, Sebadoh released the quite marvelous Secret EP earlier this summer, whetting our appetites for upcoming full-length, Defend Yourself, which hits shelves Sept. 17. At the band's intimate show this week, expect a sneak preview of new material, as well as some noisy old classics.

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