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Posted at 3:15 PM ET, 01/24/2011

Week ahead: Matthew Dear brings the beat to U Hall; Destroyer goes "Kaputt"; Band Perry tries to outshine Bieber

By Chris Richards

If you go to one concert this week, make it: Michigan dancefloor maverick Matthew Dear at U Street Music Hall on Tuesday. You may have missed him last fall when DC9 was shut down days before his scheduled gig.

If you buy one album tomorrow, make it: "Kaputt," the new album from Dan Bejar, b.k.a., Destroyer. David Malitz's full review will be published on this very blog, tomorrow.

And if you stay up late to watch one artist on TV this week, make it: Country-pop siblings the Band Perry when they visit Leno on Friday. Appearing as a regular, non-singing guest: Justin Bieber.

By Chris Richards  | January 24, 2011; 3:15 PM ET
Categories:  Future days  | Tags:  Matthew Dear; Destroyer; The Band Perry; Justin Bieber  
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