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Love of Everything mastermind Bobby Burg writes songs that aren't quite what they seem. They have titles like "Too Much Happy Wet Hair" and "Horses Are Brave," which sound as if they might be cheery kids' tunes. He even plays spare, sing-song melodies on toy pianos. But his new CD, Superior Mold and Die, is packed with adult themes and characters who are mostly stalking, sadistic sorts — the type of guys who won't take "no" for an answer.
Mon., June 26, 9 p.m.

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