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The DoDos

Monday With the manic intensity of its polyrhythmic percussion and its country-blues speed-picking - think Charlie Parr sitting in on an African drum circle - The DoDos (left) have enough sonic wattage to make for two interesting acts. But that p...

The DoDos

Monday

With the manic intensity of its polyrhythmic percussion and its country-blues speed-picking - think Charlie Parr sitting in on an African drum circle - The DoDos (left) have enough sonic wattage to make for two interesting acts. But that pair of bands would have nothing on what this San Francisco freak-folk duo can accomplish teamed up. On the CD it put out in March, "The Visiter," the drums and guitar both take turns in the lead, but it is the tracks where they dovetail into one joyous jaunt, such as "Fools" and "Jodi," that will bowl you over. Extend the holiday weekend with the Monday show at The Aquarium. It starts at 10 p.m. with Pat Lipsiea. Cover is $7. (701) 235-5913.

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