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Live music in New Orleans this week (March 21-27, 2017)

Cherry Glazerr, Static Masks, Cardinal Sons

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PHOTO BY DARIA KOBAYASHI RITCH
  • Photo by Daria Kobayashi Ritch

Cherry Glazerr
Wed. March 22 | The second album from the L.A. punk band, helmed by explosive teen visionary Clementine Currie, is 2017's Apocalipstick (Secretly Canadian), opening with the self-assured chorus "I told you I'd be with the guys / But I know better now than to be with the guys" before punching the nuke codes. Ian Sweet, LALA LALA and Fruit Machines open at 10 p.m. at Siberia.

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Static Masks album release
Fri. March 24 | Released on new locally based label Strange Daisy, Late Bloomer is the latest from the dreamy experimental pop quartet, performing some minor guitar somersaults floating through a hazy blend of blissed-out prog rock. SHAME, The Self-Help Tapes and Raspy open at 10 p.m. at Saturn Bar.

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Cardinal Sons
Sat. March 25 | The brothers Shirley continue their pop conquest on the New Orleans trio's 2017 singles "Magnolia" and "New Jack City," the former a synth-powered slow jam and the latter an anxious blast of propulsive power pop. Alexis & the Samurai also are on the bill at 10 p.m. at Gasa Gasa.

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