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Weekend Watch: Decibully

Decibully Saturday Don't be deceived. While the name of these new Milwaukeeans implies a bruising bunch of boisterous, beer-fueled bashers, Decibully winds out a delicate weave of melodies and harmonious pop on its new disc, "City of Festivals." ...

Decibully

Saturday

Don't be deceived. While the name of these new Milwaukeeans implies a bruising bunch of boisterous, beer-fueled bashers, Decibully winds out a delicate weave of melodies and harmonious pop on its new disc, "City of Festivals." Think of fellow menacingly misleading monikers, such as Death Cab for Cutie or Fargo's own The Deaths. The seven-piece packs the stage at Ralph's Corner in Moorhead this Saturday and fills the back room with swirling pop. Music starts at 10 p.m. with openers Shearwater and The Diversion Scene. There is a $5 cover for this 21 and older show. (218) 233-3351

For 20 years John Lamb has covered art, entertainment and lifestyle stories in the area for The Forum.
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