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Pete International Airport Plays at BSP Kingston January 19 

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January 19. The pedigree of Portland, Oregon, neopsych unit Pete International Airport, which here lands at BSP, is formidable: The band features guitarist Peter Holstrom (Dandy Warhols), bassist Colin Hegna (Brian Jonestown Massacre), singer Jsun Adams (Upsidedown), and drummers Jason “Plucky” Anchondo (Warlocks, Spindrift) and Paulie Pulvirenti. The group’s new album, Safer with the Wolves…, stars guest singers from the Black Angels, Daydream Machine, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Dark Horses, and Hopewell and was released on Brian Jonestown Massacre mastermind Anton Newcombe’s A Recordings label. The show at BSP Kingston opens with Frankenstein 3000 and Guiding Light. (Anders Parker ambles in January 6; the Districts drift by January 20.) 7:30pm. $12 advance; $15 door. Kingston. (845) 481-5158.





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