Fox and the Law

On their self-titled EP, Fox and the Law demonstrate two distinct facets of their sound, moving from bare-bones punk to slowed-down garage-rock blues (unsurprisingly, singer and guitarist Guy Keltner calls Jack White his "hero") over the course of four songs. The one constant? Big riffs, which go along with technical proficiency that belies that the group's relative youth. With this show, Fox and the Law will be supporting a good cause—the concert is a benefit for village development in Peru and is part of "Rock the Village," a concert series started last year by recent UW graduate Mario Abata that also includes a December 7 show from The Horde and the Harem. With The Fabulous Party Boys, Ticktockman, Posse, The Grizzled Mighty. ANDREW GOSPE

Thu., Nov. 17, 8 p.m., 2011

 
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