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Music for Animals, The Foreign Resort and Wax Fingers 

When: Tue., March 22, 8:30 p.m. 2011
Price: $4-5
The Eric Bana-looking lead singer of Music for Animals has a really fucking great voice. Sometimes he's doing his best Robert Palmer impression, a kind of skeevy '80s come-on whisper, but there are hints in some of their best songs—especially the opening of "If Looks Could Kill"—that he could really open up and blow us away with something exceptional and possibly early Bono-ish. But for now, Music for Animals are wallowing in a retro groove, and that's fine. As long as they're tossing out juicy disco cuts like "Nervous in New York" and hippie freakout "Love Love Love," they're keeping me entertained. PAUL CONSTANT

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