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Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'

Attack Formation, led by Ben Webster (center), rock as best they can in the close quarters of North Loop record store Sound on Sound last Saturday. Though the loose-knit avant-punk collective could've undoubtedly used more room, it's nice to see Sound on Sound stepping in where Jupiter and Thirty Three Degrees left off. Sleeper Cell, Storm the Tower, B.S.A., and Camp X-Ray squeeze in Saturday.

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Attack Formation, Sleeper Cell, Storm the Tower, Camp X-Ray, B.S.A.

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