What to Do Tonight: Hollis Brown

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Like Deer Tick, Dawes, and other new-generation roots rockers, New York quintet Hollis Brown wraps the warm sounds of 1970s Laurel Canyon in blankets of stinging guitars and tossed-off breeziness.

Their new EP Nothing & the Famous No One sounds like a looser version of the Band's Americana.

They open for Caveman at the Beachland Tavern tonight, so get there early. —Michael Gallucci

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