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Pick: The Aggrolites

October 21st

The Aggrolites w/ Roots of Creation, Cornerstone Dub

Knickerbocker's, 901 O St. in Lincoln

$10, 9 p.m., knickerbockers.net

The Aggrolites spun out of Los Angeles in 2002 with a sound that strikes a rough mixture between punk pop, reggae and classic soul. It's a mix that has garnered the band tons of fans from the pop-punk, ska and skate punk ranks. Prominent organ lines and singer Jesse Wagner...

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Pick: Yuppies

October 22nd

Yuppies w/ Hominoid, Gus & Call

The Slowdown, 729 North 14th St.

$5, 9 p.m., theslowdown.com

Yuppies celebrate the vinyl-only release of a split the band did with London duo, Bitches. The six songs that comprise Yuppies side of the split represents the band's biggest release yet. The split was issued on Palmist Records, a UK-based imprint of FatCat Records. The release is now also available...

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Pick: Big Gigantic

Oct. 20

Just when you thought there weren’t any more genres in the music world, “jamtronica” is now a part of the seemingly endless list. The Boulder, Colorado group, Big Gigantic, falls into this category.  A clever concoction of colorful jazz and dynamic dance beats, the magnitude of sound Big Gigantic creates comes from (surprisingly) just two people. Producer/saxophonist Dominic Lalli and drummer Jeremy...

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Pick: Omaha Area Youth Orchestra’s All-Orchestra Concert

Sunday, October 23rd

OAYO’s All-Orchestra Concert

Holland Performing Arts Center, 13th and Douglas St.

6:30 p.m.; Tickets for the 2011-2012 season are $14 for adults; $10 for students/seniors

402-238-2044

 

Omaha Area Youth Orchestra’s All-Orchestra Concert

This concert offers audiences the opportunity to hear all four auditioned orchestras of the OAYO: Youth Chamber Strings, Youth Conservatory...

Lights Out

Sometimes advocating alternatives requires pointing out the pitfalls of convention. In January of 2012, coerced by federal dictum, the light bulb industry will begin phasing out the incandescent bulb, a beacon of brilliance for nearly 150 years. This dictum promotes the conventional assumption that the fluorescent bulb as a light source is more attractive from an environmental and energy saving point of view. That...

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