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Omaha's Tilly and the Wall records for Team Love, the label Conor Oberst formed as an independent alternative to Saddle Creek's increasing mainstream presence. On its latest album, Bottoms of Barrels, the co-ed quintet makes cheery indie pop bursting with mariachi horns, breezy organs, and heavenly harmonies. But you have to see the group live, if only for the tap-dancing percussionist.
Fri., Oct. 13, 10 p.m.

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