Phone Calls From Home, For the Foxes, Victory in Numbers, Flowers for Faye, Antibubbles | Brewery | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week

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Phone Calls From Home, For the Foxes, Victory in Numbers, Flowers for Faye, Antibubbles

When: Sun., Sept. 26, 7 p.m. 2010

If Dave Yarwood and Geoff Schilling's past performances are an indicator—and it would certainly seem like they are—the guys have a knack for fuzz-coated pop songs that swing for the fences when the chorus comes around. The Drowsies, the pop-punk band Schilling and Yarwood shared, was a basement party favorite before its members went on to other projects. Yarwood did some time with The Future Kings of Nowhere and the heavy hardcore outfit Devour, and Schilling went on to play guitar with rookies of the year Last Year's Men. As Antibubbles, Yarwood and Schilling team up again to drive farther into pop territory. Yarwood is quick to cite Weezer for an easy RIYL, but the Antibubbles sound relies, too, on foggy Murder City Devils keys and the lovelorn pop-punk of bands like The Queers and the brighter spots of Dirtnap Records' keyboard phase. Tonight, Antibubbles opens for motivational Boston quartet Phone Calls From Home. —Bryan Reed

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