New Idea Society
New Idea Society play the sort of keyboard-driven post-space rock that always includes lyrics about regret and self-analysis, sort of like the first-wave emo bands. Their original lineup boasted indie-rock question mark Stephen Brodsky of metal-cum-alt-rock-cum-metal-again troubadours Cave-In, which sort of explains their preoccupation with uncertainty. But by all accounts, they've created their own sound without him and, despite their lyrics, they play it with a lot of confidence, too. With the Mood and Koko Ono.
Wed., Sept. 8, 8 p.m., 2010
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