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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

What to Do Tonight: The Entrance Band

Posted By on Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 9:00 AM

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California psych-rockers the Entrance Band’s pedigree doesn’t quite fit the mold of most sun- and pot-stoked groups. Frontman Guy Blakeslee (a Baltimore transplant who spent a chunk of his musical career in Chicago) recorded a handful of solo albums as Entrance, and bassist Paz Lenchantin was in A Perfect Circle and Billy Corgan’s short-lived Zwan. On its self-titled debut album (which came out last year), the trio crawls through a set of long mid-tempo songs that are heavy on mind-bending guitar solos and coated in a layer of sludge. “You Must Turn” concludes with sustained notes hanging in the wind, but tracks like “You’re So Fine,” a howling blues, reveal the band’s true affinity. Here, Blakeslee leads his group to a point of no return that looks a hell of a lot better from a distance. The Entrance Band play the Beachland Tavern at 9 p.m. Lights and the Cloud Nothings open. Tickets: $10. —Michael Gallucci

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