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Phantogram + the Brother Kite

Memorial Blvd, Providence, RI   (view map)

Free is always good, but sometimes free is ultra-good. Case in point: Phantogram is kicking off the WBRU Dunkin' Donuts Summer Concert Series, with an opening set from the Brother Kite. On Saturday they'll be at the House of Blues in Boston; tickets are $25 + $35 (pre those oh-so-"convenient" Ticketmaster fees). Such a deal! Get there on time for TBK, whose soaring, hooky, melodic gems are absolutely captivating. Then get ready for the headliners. Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter (and friends) meld rock-driven trip-hop with elliptical lyrics, and deliver it with a distinctive visual panache. They emerged in 2009 with Eyelid Movies, toured relentlessly while honing their engaging sonic mix, and broke through to an ever-growing audience with the release of Voices in February. Carter has noted that the band "achieves [a] soulful and organic sound with electronic elements." It‚s a swell mashup. "Fall In Love" and "Black Out Days" will be the big singalongs at Waterplace Park in downtown Providence. Showtime is 7 pm. Admission is free |

Part of the WBRU Dunkin Donuts Summer Concert Series

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