Thursday To-Do: Wolf Parade | Rock Candy

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Thursday To-Do: Wolf Parade

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WOLF PARADE
9 p.m., Revolution. $15-$18.

Indie rockers, stand up. If you've ever bitched about Little Rock being a backwater that never, or hardly ever, pulls name indie talent, it's time to put up or shut up. Because within the Pitchfork set, few names are bigger than Canada's Wolf Parade. Originally championed by Modest Mouse's Isaac Brock, the band signed, in 2005, to Sub Pop, where it's put out two critically beloved full-lengths. Its music, a textured combination of sounds and styles from the last three decades of rock 'n' roll, often reaches into soaring, anthemic heights. Perfect for fist-pumping. Listening Party opens the concert, which is open to ages 18 and older.

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