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Formerly notable for its slow, earth-moving drone, this Pacific Northwest outfit has morphed into something a good deal more nuanced in its second incarnation under the guidance of founding member Dylan Carlson. The pioneering band, which counted the late Kurt Cobain as a fan and occasional collaborator, is exploring the quieter contours of the sonic spectrum once entirely missing from its loud, heavy repertoire.
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8 p.m. Nov. 17 and 1 a.m. Nov. 18 at Township, 2200 N. California Ave., $15; ticketweb.com</b>

( September 6, 2012 )

Formerly notable for its slow, earth-moving drone, this Pacific Northwest outfit has morphed into something a good deal more nuanced in its second incarnation under the guidance of founding member Dylan Carlson. The pioneering band, which counted the late Kurt Cobain as a fan and occasional collaborator, is exploring the quieter contours of the sonic spectrum once entirely missing from its loud, heavy repertoire.

8 p.m. Nov. 17 and 1 a.m. Nov. 18 at Township, 2200 N. California Ave., $15; ticketweb.com

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