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Kimya Dawson, Paleface, Your Heart Breaks

When: Tue., April 3, 8:30 p.m. 2012

Though Kimya Dawson's appearances on the platinum-selling Juno soundtrack shot the underground singer-songwriter to relative and brief stardom in 2008, the success did little to change half of what used to be the band Moldy Peaches. Though there's a slew of guest spots on her latest, Thunder Thighs, Dawson sticks to her tried-and-true stream-of-consciousness lyricism for silly, lighthearted ditties and devastatingly intimate confessions. Fellow anti-folk icon Paleface—whose 2010 Ramseur release One Big Party is aptly named—stays sunny on his rambling roots tunes. Revolving lo-fi Seattle collective Your Heart Breaks, fronted by Clyde Petersen with occasional contributions from Dawson, also opens. $12–$14/8:30 p.m. —Spencer Griffith

Price: $12-14

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