10/28: Big Data at The Cowan

Okay NATIVEs, you know we’re all about a good local show. However, sometimes a national act comes through (and comes through for free, at that) at a venue we really love, so we feel obligated to spread the good news.

Such is the case with Big Data’s show at The Cowan this Sunday at 7 p.m. BD satisfies all our pseudo-industrial, With Teeth-era Nine Inch Nails needs, and we can’t think of a more apt time to dance to some glitchy synths than Halloween weekend. Listen, we know it’s on a Sunday, but don’t worry if you blew all your money on a questionable costume the night before—it’s free. FREEEEE. 

RSVP and get more info here.

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