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Sarah Wilmer
The North Carolina experimental six-piece Annuals has been winning over critics and fans since their 2003 debut, Be He Me , recorded when

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Free Stuff: Win Tickets to See Annuals at the Crocodile Tomorrow Night

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Sarah Wilmer
The North Carolina experimental six-piece Annuals has been winning over critics and fans since their 2003 debut, Be He Me, recorded when they were all about nineteen years old. Their 2010 release, The Sweet Sister EP, was recorded at the band's own Terpsikhore Recording Studio and is said to meld the musical influence of Johnny Cash, Hayden, The Beach Boys, Paul Simon & Mike Patton with "the dynamic sounds of nature, mountain streams, woodland wildlife." Annuals will headline the Crocodile tomorrow night, with Most Serene Republic and What Laura Says opening. The (21+) show starts at 8pm and is $12 - unless you want to go for free. In that case, email me at ethompson@seattleweekly.com by 4pm today to be entered in a drawing for a pair of free tickets. Winner will be notified by this evening!

 
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