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Five Live Music Shows to Buzz About This Week

Milk Carton Kids at Cafe Du Nord, Tuesday

This minimalist duo has won praise from folks at NPR and Spinner while perfecting a specific blend of Americana, 1950s classic folk and compelling narrative. They've been compared to Ryan Adams and Iron & Wine, and it fits — their soft hush affects on multiple levels, a mind/body/soul trifecta.

Photos: Live105's Spookfest 2010 @ The Cow Palace

Preformances by Underworld, DJ Shadow, MSTRKRFT, Steve Aoki, Blaqk Audio, Booka Shade, Wolfgang Gartner, The Limousines,  LA Riots, Tommy Lee & DJ Aero, Fake Blood, DJ Aaron Axelsen, Miles the DJ look out for more shows and music http://twitter.com/mvladimirskiy

Listen Up: Steve Aoki, Built To Spill and The Dodos Take Over

With Halloween just in sight, all the creepy ghouls and goblins are coming out for special super late-night shows into the dawn. There will be DJ sets galore, so get your vampire fangs on and get ready to get down, we've got some amazing shows coming your way.

Listen Up: Indie Reigns The Venues This Week

Making as many stops on their summer tours as possible, indie bands from all over the map are stopping at one, or multiple venues in the city. There’s a wide range of artists to choose from this week, so to avoid complete and total exhaustion, choose wisely, my friend.

Leopold and His Fiction opens for Little Joy, Independent, 6/3: Where big city meets country, that’s where you’ll find these grunge-folk musicians. They’ve been reviewed as “angsty blues-flavored rock ‘n’ roll,” by Relix and we couldn’t agree more.

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