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The sophisticated pop shared by Edith Frost and the Zincs makes them ideal tourmates. On her latest album, It's a Game, Chicago singer-songwriter Frost plays delicate songs about a relationship gone bad. It's a real downer, but Frost makes pain and confusion totally relatable. The Zincs, also from Chicago (although frontman Jim Elkington originally hails from London), are a little more chipper on their CD, Dimmer, but no less fragile. It's late-night music performed by guys who sound like they should have been in bed hours ago. Two members will be out late tonight, however, performing in headliner Frost's backing band.
Wed., Feb. 15, 9 p.m.

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