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Harlowe & The Great North Woods, Catherine Feeny, Alameda 

When: Thu., March 14, 9 p.m. 2013
Price: $6-8
Since the release of Harlowe and the Great North Woods' self-titled 2010 EP, the band has recalibrated its brooding barriers with subtle instrumentation and good old doses of take-your-time. The group's deliberate processes can be heard in painstakingly beautiful motion on the tentatively titled "Water," a track from their untitled album due out sometime this summer. Similarly, Portland's Alameda has begun work on a new album to follow their excellent 2012 release, Procession. The band recently posted a new track, "A Violence," on the Mercury's blog, showcasing a collaborative effort that utilizes vocalist Stirling Myles' strong melodic sensibilities, as well as drummer Barra Brown's jazz background. Both bands emerge from winter hibernation tonight to warm your little hearts. RYAN J. PRADO

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