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Magic Castles, Daydream Machine, Kingdom of the Holy Sun 

When: Sat., Oct. 26, 9 p.m. 2013
In case this assemblage of band names hasn't already made it crystal clear, this is going to be a night of far-out psychedelic rock. Magic Castles are from Minneapolis, and their roiling, rambling jams are heavy on vibe and light on momentum, but that didn't stop Brian Jonestown Massacre's Anton Newcombe from digging 'em and putting out their self-titled record on his label last year. Seattle's Kingdom of the Holy Sun are a bit more sinister, with a penchant for slowly unfolding drone-rock that recalls the Black Angels. And Daydream Machine is a promising, one-year-old Portland band (including members of the Upsidedown, Hawkeye, and Whole Wide World) that specializes in swirling, reverberant psych designed to bounce around your earholes in perpetuity. Let it. BEN SALMON

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