Pynchon Pop

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Klaxons‘ first album, Myths of the Near Future, was a fantastically fun tour-de-force of pretentiously-named indie dance songs like “Gravity’s Rainbow” and “Atlantis to Interzone.” Surfing the Void, their follow-up, was released a few weeks ago, and promises slightly more psych-influenced more of the same. Tonight, they’re headlining the Music Hall of Williamsburg for what should be a serious hipster dance party. West Coast-based indie experimentalists Baby Monster open, and will be bringing lovely, shimmery tracks like “She Comes Alive” along for the ride.

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