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Deer Tick Tonight At Modified Arts

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We already told you a lot about Deer Tick in this week's paper, and we'll tell you a little more tomorrow, after tonight's show at Modified Arts but in the meantime we just wanted to give you a little reminder: DEER TICK IS TONIGHT.

In case you're too lazy to click the above link:

The group cranks out a rough-hewn hodgepodge of high lonesome twang, indie-rock tension, and crunchy, overdriven grunge dynamics, casting Ritchie Valens and Townes Van Zandt as the principal songwriters in Built to Spill, or coming on something like Vetiver with a wild hair and desire to "kick out the jams." The boys were breakout stars at this year's South by Southwest, earning Rolling Stone's David Fricke's appointment as "number-one breaking band."

It sounds too good to be true, right? Well, listen for yourself:

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