Rising from the ashes of the 12-member troupe The Fratellis, Los Angeles-based Stolen Babies spin an array of influences including Oingo Boingo, Mr. Bungle, and silent-era German expressionist films into a chaotic frenzy that’s been pegged as “quirky-prog-pop-art-rock-avant-garde-cabaret-metal-horror-punk with a tinge of industrial, goth, and dark wave.” Comprised of lead singer/accordionist Domique Lenore Persi, bassist/guitarist/programmer Rani Sharone, keyboardist Ben Rico, and drummer Gil Sharone, the quartet is on tour in support of this year’s Naught, a focused follow-up to their 2006 full-length debut There Be Squabbles Ahead. $8-$10; 8pm Wed, Oct 3; The Korova, 107 E Martin, (210) 707-4521, ticketfly.com. Check out our full online calendar of upcoming events here: calendar.sacurrent.com.
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