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We are playing up in Dubuque, IA if you guys are willing to make the trek up there! The Claireens will be playing at 9 pm so don't miss us!
“The K-Nation/Cascio stage was as packed as we’d seen it for the Parallelograms’ set, which started out a bit shaky and poorly mixed, but the band and sound tent got things dialed in pretty quickly. It occurred to us at this point that the EPs are the closest thing Milwaukee has to a Meat Puppets: although there’s none of the country influence, there’s a similar proggy, psychedelic, circuitously catchy pop aesthetic, with hooks that almost seem accidental and the ability to really crank the intensity when called for. It’s also worth noting that frontman Andrew Foys is no slouch of a singer. In the world of underground rock, we’ve gotten used to overlooking the inability to hold a proper note, but Foys’ range and pitch were always spot-on, and his loud-and-clear vocals reminded us of how lacking this element is in so much psychedelic and indie rock these days. The band won over some new fans for sure, and not just because they gave away a bunch of t-shirts.”