Sebadoh, Dirty Projectors, Wild Cub, Colton Dixon and More: Inside This Week’s Music Section



Clinical Harmacists: Back with a new EP, Lou Barlow and his Sebadoh continue to smash their heads against the punk rock (Playing Tuesday, 14th at Mercy Lounge)

A Pop Band in a Cubist Painting: With Swing Lo Magellan, Dirty Projectors clear up their approach, but still add a few exotic crayons to the coloring set (Playing Monday, 13th at Cannery Ballroom)

Cubs Win: For better or worse — and it's mostly better — Wild Cub coats songwriter Keegan DeWitt's tunes in a gleaming electro-pop veneer (Wild Cub's Youth is out Aug. 14 via Big Light Recordings; release show Saturday, 25th at The High Watt)

Hair and Now: Local boy Colton Dixon rolls into town with the American Idol Live tour (Sunday, 12th at Bridgestone Arena)

In The Spin: Ponychase and more at The Basement, After Crawl at Brick Factory, Poly release at The Zombie Shop

Plus Critics’ Picks on Minton Sparks, Black Angels with Night Beats and The Paperhead, Glossary with Jasmin Kaset, Quiet Entertainer’s record release, The Carter Administration with Ole Mossy Face, Percy Sledge, Dawes, Sixpence None the Richer, The Murder Junkies and more

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