Flier of the Week: Lisa Savidge

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OK, it's not exactly easy to understand what's going on with this poster from Chandler indie rockers Lisa Savidge (not actually a girl, as previously reported) but that's kind of great. You have to look at this bad boy for a little while to figure everything out, during which time you're subconscious will be evaluating your options for Saturday night while simultaneously factoring this show at The Ruby Room in.

Now, it didn't work on me -- I'll probably be at Jenny Lewis at The Marquee (actually a girl, as previously reported) -- but it's effective nonetheless.

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