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Friday, December 14, 2007


United State of Electronica at Vera Project

No band makes audiences happy like U.S.E does. The seven-member army of joy has more positive vibes than the Polyphonic Spree on Ecstasy. They take the stage in a flurry of lights, confetti, and giant flashing letters; the dizzying visuals perfectly frame the band's synth-heavy, harmonized, and infectious electronica. This is the first all-ages show they've played in years; they won't skimp on the awesome. (Vera Project, Seattle Center, 956-8372. 7:30 pm, $10 with club card/$11 without, all ages.)



The Cops' Holiday Circus at Sunset Tavern

The Cops are thoughtful punk rockers and they know that nothing says Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Ramadan, and Solstice all at once like two nights of rad local rock 'n' roll. On this, the first night, the Cops are joined by pantsless provocateurs Partman Parthorse, pop weirdos Katharine Hepburn's Voice, and the Pranks. Tomorrow night features Hart and the Hurricane, Motorik, and I'm a Gun. It will be a circus. (Sunset, 5433 Ballard Ave NW, 784-4880. 9 pm, $8, 21+.)

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