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Of Montreal, Diane Coffee, and Aqueduct


Neptune Theatre University District
Sat., Oct. 31, 9 p.m. 2015 All Ages


Of Montreal have been out-“of Montreal”ing all of you quirky jerks for years, so listen up. With a catalog that stretches back almost 20 years, and spawned from the sweet, chiming bosom of the Elephant 6 collective, of Montreal, anchored by songwriter and mystical thesaurus Kevin Barnes, has been shape-shifting for years without missing a beat. He’s cited influences like Sylvia Plath and the psychedelic movement of the ’60s for past records, and the most recent 2015 studio release Aureate Gloom draws directly from the CBGB heyday, with Patti Smith and Television at the helm. Live shows with Barnes dolled up like David Bowie, and bacchanalian onstage dance shows promise to leave you wondering where the hell you are and why the hell you would ever want to leave. With of Montreal will be Diane Coffee, the trippy Motown project of the drummer for Foxygen, and Seattle’s Aqueduct, the bedroom-pop project of David Terry, whose effortless hooks keep getting sweeter on his most recent release, Wild Knights. KATHLEEN TARRANT

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Neptune Theatre

1303 NE 45th St, Seattle, WA 98105

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  • Sat., Oct. 31, 9 p.m. 2015