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Nightlife Highlights: Pitchfork Militia/Tulula/Shadow Witch 

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October 29. Here's a bankable bill of Hudson Valley underground music if ever there was. Now in their second decade, cowpunkers Pitchfork Militia are led by mad-scientist instrument maker Peter Head, who seems to always have his busy hands in myriad musical projects. Tulula was founded by singer-songwriter and Chronogram contributor Jason Broome and also features Bongos bassist Rob Norris; the group crafts literate, occasionally melodic, post-Pavement/VU indie sounds. Stoner metal quartet Shadow Witch, who recently unveiled their debut album, are fronted by frenzied former Voodelic vocalist Earl Walker Lundy. The three acts converge at the Anchor for this night of solid rock action. (Nathan Kalish and Rodney the Pie Man serve a slice of roots rock October 11; the Hooten Hollers and Red Neckromancer whoop it up October 16.) 9:30pm. $5. Kingston. (845) 853-8124;

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