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Off the Couch: Super sounds

Get bowled over 'round the state
By CHRIS CONTI  |  January 29, 2014

A last-minute heads-up for the next installment of SFR’s“Church of Providence” series on THURSDAY (the 30th) at Fête (401.383.1112); bearded brethrenSage Francis andB. Dolan will be on hand to guide the mayhem in the ballroom (the wresting ring is back!) and will feature sets fromProlyphic, Night Enders, F. Virtue, and more, all for just $10 at the door. AS220 delivers an ear-shattering four-pack on FRIDAY (the 31st) whenDeleted Arrows headline with excellent support fromPhantom Glue (Boston),Oughts (good stuff from New Haven), and local beastsTinsel Teeth. The Ocean Mist delvers a killer triple-dip on Friday led byGavage withWay Out and24 Hours ($5, 401. 782.3740); and the News Café (401.728.6475) rounds up three local acts:The Sweet Release (N. Attleboro), PVD duoNymphidels, andPoint Street Bridge (straight outta Warwick!), all for just $5. On SATURDAY (the 1st),DJ Pauly Dangerous spins reggae and rap at Local 121’s Taproom (21+, no cover, 401.274.2121). On SUNDAY (the 2nd), spend your pre-Super Bowl afternoon withSugar Ray & the Bluetones at the Narragansett Café starting at 1 pm (no cover, 401.423.2150). And then call your bookie and drop a coupla dimes on the Seahawks and the over in SBXLVIII, and watch Manning get his giant head torn off by Kam Chancellor. Ahead to WEDNESDAY (the 5th), Jamaica-via-Bronx reggae starTarrus Rileyperforms at the Met ($35 at the door, 401.729.1005), while singer/songwriterChris Monti plays a freebie at the Grange (401.831.0600). And next THURSDAY (the 6th), get your tix ASAP forCharles Bradley & His Extraordinaires at the Columbus Theatre ($20 advance); stop by the Columbus box office or visit

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