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Deer Tick at Infinity Music Hall 

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March 5. The stylistic arc of Deer Tick, the rootsy Rhode Island outfit led by John McCauley, is an interesting one. Since 2004, the group has moved from an earnest indie vein that saw comparisons to Bright Eyes, Modest Mouse, and Uncle Tupelo (2007's War Elephant) to a rawer, rockier path, with glimpses of the Rolling Stones (2010's Divine Providence). Last year's Negativity, Deer Tick's latest release, even features brass accompaniment by the Grammy-winning Latin-fusion band Grupo Fantasma. Now you can be part of that arc: This show at Infinity Music Hall is being taped for a live album. (Tab Benoit and the Subdudes' Tommy Malone tear it up March 2; Sarah Jarosz sings March 9.) 8pm. $29, $44. Norfolk, Connecticut. (866) 666-6306; Infinityhall.com.

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  • Deer Tick plays Infinity Music Hall in a show that will be taped for their new live album.

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