Matt & Kim's Clubhouse Concert Sold Out, Sidewalks Listening Party When Doors Open

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Contrary to published reports

from the Electric Mustache,

Matt & Kim

will not be playing the Clubhouse tonight. Rather, they'll be there tomorrow night, October 6.

This is Phoenix's Best Indie Music Blog? Oof.

Kidding, folks. We love those EM guys. Especially when they tip us off to cool things like the listening party planned at tonight's tomorrow night's show when the doors open. I haven't yet heard a leak of Sidewalks, so this is legitimately your first chance to hear the Brooklyn duo's new record, which is due next month.

The show is sold out, however, so you may need to hang out outside with your ear to the wall if you were silly enough to not buy tickets well in advance.

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