Vivian Girls' recently rereleased debut (the 500-copy first pressing sold out almost immediately) is 22 minutes of indie pop and punk bliss, perfectly splitting the difference between '60s girl groups, C86 jangle, and the Ramones. Every concisely catchy song is a joyride of clattering drums; fuzzed-out guitars; and dreamy, droning vocal harmonies speeding headlong around dead man's curves and crashing gently into one sweet, soft chorus after another. It is 22 minutes you will want to listen to on indefinite repeat. With Love Is All and Nodzzz. (Nectar, 412 N 36th St, 632-2020. 8 pm, $10, 21+.)

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