Indie

Neon Indian

When: Mon., April 9 2012

Like Ariel Pink's earliest work, Neon Indian's albums are lo-fi bedroom recordings that sound like they were created underwater, but with a distinct pop sensibility shimmering just below the murky surface. Alan Palomo — Neon Indian's 23-year-old mastermind — also adds plenty of analog synthesizer lines and Commodore 64 bleeps into the mix, and a recent collaborative album with the Flaming Lips has only added to his indie-pop credentials. You can catch Palomo and his friends at an 8 p.m., age 16-and-over show tonight at the Bluebird Theater (3317 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, bluebirdtheater.net) for $18/adv, $20/door. — Bill Forman

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