Unless you just arrived on this planet, you know there is no Margot in Margot and the Nuclear So and So's -- but the moniker of Richard Edwards' charming chamber pop band sure does have a nice cadence to it, as does the music the outfit creates.
On tour in support of its fifth and self-released record, Buzzard, its first release since parting ways with Epic, the Indiana-based So and So's has beyond established its roots, which run a sonically collaborative course similar to Broken Social Scene's method of using as many musical hands in the pot as are available.
And in keeping with this collective vibe, both supporting acts on the road with the So and So's--Jookabox and Burnt Ones -- are from the band's hometown of Indianapolis. This diverse sampling of Indiana bands is a 16 and up show, and tickets are $15. Doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m.
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