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Club Listings for Thu., Nov. 30
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    Nicole Atkins, The Midnight Stroll, Thayer Sarrano

    This Jersey-born Nashville singer has been called the “female Roy Orbison,” but her musical range transcends anything the Texan cut. Her fourth album, the soulful Goodnight Rhonda Lee, proves Atkins an absolute force. The self-trained singer, who shares a stage persona with Stevie Nicks, knows how to hit the high notes better than the rest of them.
    Thu., Nov. 30, 9pm 
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    Alex Lahey

    Alex Lahey captures youthful romance and uncertainty but bears a bright smile on her debut I Love You Like a Brother. Like Aussie counterpart Courtney Barnett, she unleashes catchy choruses sloshing punk-pop, gender-bending tropes, and Ramones-pilfered breathlessness. From being a college dropout to touring with indie-pop giants Tegan & Sara, Lahey’s only trajectory points up.
    Thu., Nov. 30, 9pm 
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    ST 37, Evil Triplet, Skullcaster, Evening Mirrors, Night Viking

    For a month of Thursdays, ST 37 has assumed the controls of this circus-themed dive bar, showcasing abrasive psychedelia and handpicking adventurous local openers. The grand finale features Terminal Mind’s art-punk genius Steve Marsh in stun-psych act Evil Triplet, the 8-bit industrialists of Night Viking, Skullcaster’s cassette-based drone, and Evening Mirrors, who bridge those latter two bands’ sounds. ST 37 closes with a very loud argument for a more analog approach.
    Thu., Nov. 30, 7pm
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    Kishi Bashi

    Founding member of New York electronic act Jupiter One, American vocalist and violinist Kaoru Ishibashi garnered notoriety as a former member of indie/alt-rock outfit Of Montreal. The unusually soulful former Berklee College of Music attendee released solo debut 151a in 2012. Four years later, he unveiled the spectacularly aching Sonderlust, a disco, R&B, and Seventies-leaning tome related to a brief separation from his wife, Keiko.
    Thu., Nov. 30 
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