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Norton Records Benefit with Blood Red River, New Town Drunks, Phatlynx, Infidels

When: Fri., March 22, 9:30 p.m. 2013

When Hurricane Sandy ripped north along the East Coast late last year, it didn't pick its targets, flooding not only subway systems and city streets but also cultural institutions and industrial warehouses. The warehouse of Norton Records, the label responsible for promulgating the weirder and woolier sides of rock 'n' roll for the last quarter-century, was both, serving as a trove of musical ephemera and the imprint's back catalogue. Since October, the label has slowly salvaged its old stock, started to manufacture new editions and press on with its initiatives. But Norton still needs help. This fitting fundraiser bill comprises the pugnacious acoustic sass of New Town Drunks, the wild ricochets of Blood Red River's sleuthing proto-rock and the devilishly dexterous instrumental covers of Phatlynx. Infidels open. —Grayson Currin

Price: $10

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