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CHILL WAVE | El Ten Eleven, Slow Magic 

El Ten Eleven is back in town bringing the summer sound with that mix of indie and Casio it does so well. While the music doesn't have lyrics, the density says all it needs to through the magic of mix pedals. Slow Magic has a nice display of chill wave, so if you like The xx or Memory Tapes, this will make your evening just a wee bit more fantastical through the mix of drum machine, samples, and widdly electro bits. Nude Pop will start the evening with a Violens-tinted electro mix. What this group lacks in releases it makes up for by being earnest about it.

You can catch El Ten Eleven and the crew Saturday, April 20, 9 p.m. at Bug Jar, 219 Monroe Ave. $10-12.


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