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  • Parquet Courts Come to Boise
  • Parquet Courts Come to Boise

    Monday, June 17 at Neurolux
      Much like Treefort Music Fest darlings Foxygen, Parquet Courts add a thoroughly modern, indie rock bent to punk rock roots, creating so-called "Americana punk."
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  • Baths Return to Boise

    Thursday, May 30 at Neurolux
      As a classically trained musician, Wiesenfeld melds multiple layers of samples to create Baths' soft, intricate sound. His first full-length, Cerulean, was released on Anticon, inspiring praise and comparisons to chillwave band Toro Y Moi.
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  • James Orr Rocks With the HERD at Boise Art Museum

    Saturday, April 13
      Boiseans can live out the fantasy with more elegant—and less dangerous—dance partners. Visitors to Boise Art Museum can experience both the ghostly white elephants of artist Billie Grace Lynn and live music with a special performance Saturday, April 13.
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  • Treefort Saturday Don't Miss: Widowspeak

    Saturday, March 23, 11 p.m.-midnight. at Neurolux
      Channeling influences from Neil Young to Wings, Molly Hamilton's haunting, distorted vocals and Robert Earl Thomas' twanging guitar add elements that put a timeless spin on the duo's songs.
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  • Treefort Saturday Don't Miss: Shigeto

    Sunday, March 23, midnight-12:50 a.m. at China Blue Main Room
      During live performances, Shigeto flails at a drum set while simultaneously manipulating an array of synthesizers. What may be subdued or fragile on a recording grows large enough live to encompass the whole stage.
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  • Treefort Sunday Don't Miss: Dan Deacon

    Sunday, March 24, 8:30-10 p.m. at Main Stage
      Over the last decade, Baltimore electronic virtuoso Dan Deacon has made a name for himself among the underground music set. Lauded for his 2009 release Bromst, Deacon launches headlong into crashing electro-pop sounds on his most recent album, America.
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