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INDIE ROCK | Swamp Trotter 

If you ever find yourself pining for the heady Blogspot days when bands like Local Natives, Volcano Choir, and Yeasayer ruled the indie taste-making world, Rochester's Swamp Trotter is right up your alley. With each member acting as a self-described "multi-instrumentalist" and dabbling in a little bit of everything, Swamp Trotter's latest record, "Old Friend," is a stunningly varied and intricately composed release. There are few things in this world that a good five-part harmony can't fix.

Swamp Trotter plays with Superty Dupes on Thursday, December 21, at Funk 'N Waffles Music Hall, 204 North Water Street. 9 p.m. $5. rochester.funknwaffles.com; swamptrotter.bandcamp.com.

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