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Uh Huh Her 

@ The Troubadour

Saturday, Jun 7 2014
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Even though it's named after a song by PJ Harvey, local duo Uh Huh Her isn't as arty and edgy as the British singer. Instead, lead singer/guitarist Camila Grey (ex-Mellowdrone) and keyboardist Leisha Hailey (The Murmurs, and an actor on The L Word) purvey a more soothingly dreamy brand of electro-pop, where Grey's gentle vocals blend into the mellow drone, so to speak, of Hailey's bass and keyboards. On their third album, Future Souls, Grey coos softly amid the slinky dance-pop chords of "Nuthin Without Your Love" as Hailey summons forth empathetic harmonies and funky rhythms, while tracks such as "Strange Design" are more austere and ethereal. Grey's former Mellowdrone colleague, Jonathan Bates, helps to fill out the new album's sound. Also Sunday, June 8.
Sat., June 7, 8 p.m.; Sun., June 8, 8 p.m., 2014 (Expired: 06/08/14)
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