Mystic Danish indie rocker Søren Løkke Juul, the man behind Indians, records heavily reverberated, fuzzy soundscapes of whining keyboards and scratchy acoustic guitars, then he sings lines like, "I'm haunted," in a falsetto that sounds as though he really is. His true talent, though, is replicating the sonorities of his debut, fittingly titled Somewhere Else, in a live context. It requires stacks upon stacks of synthesizers and electronics, but when he opens his mouth, all the heavy equipment is worth it.
Thu., March 7, 9:30 p.m., 2013
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