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Saturday, Sept. 11: Thee Oh Sees


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Thee Oh Sees are not shy about what they do. This is made evident by "Warm Slime," the opening track on their album of the same name. At 13 minutes, it's a vast, towering tribute to '60s psychedelia, warts and all. The one-two bass line pounding on and on and on, while voices in the background chant "all you need is the summertime" and the guitars rise and fall, sometimes sending streams of feedback shooting through the speakers.

It's everything that you either love or hate about psychedelic rock, and it's right up in your fucking face, man. They open with "Warm Slime" like a dare, fingering you in the ribs and saying, "You in or out?"

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Thee Oh Sees

with the Maxines
Saturday, Sept. 11, 9 p.m., all ages, $7,
Northern, 321 Fourth Ave., Olympia

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