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INDIE ROCK | Communist Daughter 

Some bands grow on you. Others, you like right away. Communist Daughter — the name's taken from a Neutral Milk Hotel song — is a little bit of both. Hailing from St. Paul, Minnesota, the band is a mid-tempo groove beneath lyrics of self-reflection and little guilt; gone is the apologetic stance other indie bands tend to lay on us. And trust me, front man John Solomon has wrestled a demon or two. Thoughtful and rockin'.

Communist Daughter plays with The Dig and The Demos on Thursday, March 2, at the Bug Jar, 219 Monroe Avenue. 8 p.m. $10-$12. bugjar.com; communistdaughter.com.

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