The Men

This Brooklyn quartet has handled toothy noise punk, Zeppelin-like blues-country, and greasy dance-rock with equal aptitude over the course of their three formal albums. They own the rare talent of composing accomplished works within these sliding parameters without taking themselves too seriously, and pack the kind of energy into their records that should be easily flipped into a killer time live. With Kinski, METZ. TODD HAMM

Fri., June 22, 7 p.m., 2012

 
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