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Mudhoney, feedtime 

When: Tue., March 20, 9 p.m. 2012
Price: $15-18

Grunge may have come and gone, but Mudhoney keeps going. And that's because certain things—namely, thunderously loud guitars—never go out of style. Don't miss the chance to have one of the all-time great Pacific Northwest rock 'n' roll bands steamroll your ears into submission. NED LANNAMANN

Mudhoney frontman Mark Arm should take some of the credit for nudging Aussie noise-blues trio feedtime into the light (although the "Arm Bump" sounds more like a medical issue than a stamp of approval). A power trio in the truest sense, feedtime—NO CAPS—began chugging away in the late '70s along with Aussie brethren the Moodists and the Celibate Rifles, and were gone a decade later. Sub Pop just released a boxed set entitled The Aberrant Years, a four CD/LP collection from the band's early daze with Aussie label Aberrant Records. The band will perform a handful of US dates, including a pair—fittingly—with Mudhoney. Simply put: One listen to "Motorbike Girl" and you will forget everything that arrived after feedtime. MARK LORE

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