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Abandoned Buildings Club 

With a bustling concert schedule and kick-ass Mexican kitchen, Tala Vera is fast becoming a destination for local music fans. Primal psych-rock band Abandoned Buildings Club hits Tala Vera's stage with a wall of sound that only a guitar, bass, and two drummers can provide. The quartet has been around for a year and digs Black Sabbath and nuggets-era groups like Electric Prunes. ABC has tunes out but lead singer/guitarist Sean McVay says it's best to attend a show. Under the weather and still want to check it out? Stream the concert on Tala Vera's website. With Patrons of Sweet and Garden Fresh.

Abandoned Buildings Club performs Thursday, September 27, 8 p.m. at Tala Vera, 155 State St. $5. tala-vera.com.

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