Dead Meadow+Imaad Wasif
Be careful not to spill the bong water on your beanbag when doing that slow-mo hippy-dance, swirly air-guitar thang to D.C. psych-rockers Dead Meadow. Their new album, Three Kings (featuring five new jams and a live concert film), is more spacious and floaty, patiently winding its way through the chakras. Opening is the most excellent Wasif (a part-time touring axman for the triple Yeahs), whose mystical musings straddle Marc Bolan's Unicorn while wielding Tony Iommi's "Hand of Doom."
Sun., April 25, 7:30 p.m., 2010
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