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  • Friday 12/07/2012 10:00 PM
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  • 21+

Click Here to buy a two show pass to see both the 12/07 show at Schubas and the 12/08 show at Lincoln Hall

There’s no point in trying to unearth an obvious “single” in Other Lives’ second album, Tamer Animals. Here’s a better idea instead: succumb. Let every last song wash over you like proper long players once did, from the swift strings and pulsating horns—a technique learned from old Philip Glass LPs—of “Dark Horse” to the richly orchestrated denouement of “Heading East,” a cut that could have been cribbed from the early instrumental sessions of Other Lives’ old band Kunek.

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