In the two decades since angst-rock archetypes Hüsker Dü split up, frontman Bob Mould's pangs of frustration have dulled to bitter aches of resentment on recent solo albums. The progression has alienated some fansespecially those turned off by his post-Cher/pre-Kanye use of Auto-Tunedespite the fact that 48-year-old Mould sounds just as miserable he did in his 20s. His latest, Life and Times, is the closest he's come in recent years to the whining of his Hüsker däys. The upside is that his fans can unite in the fact that he is unquestionably unhappy. With Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson.
Thu., Oct. 8, 8 p.m., 2009
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