Local Supergroup Universal Expansion at Kismet Vintage Sunday

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A quick programming note for social types looking for Sunday evening activity: Delray Beach's Kismet Recycled Vintage & Designer Clothing is hosting its third anniversary.

Aside from the clothing addicts and vegan cupcake devotees that will consider this a must-attend, area fans of Guy Harvey, Lesson Lesson Lessen Relearn, Cop City/Chill Pillars, and Weird Wives will recognize members of all of those bands combined like a South Florida underground Voltron as the musical entertainment for the evening.

LLLR's Nelson Hallonquist has let a few details fly about the project,

as well as the rest of an impressive slate of local releases coming out

on his West Palm Beotch imprint in a recent blog for Impose Magazine. Hallonquist tells County Grind that the guys are still toiling away on their initial batch of recordings, so he had nothing to share just yet. Adding further to the allure of Sunday's offering, certainly. 

Another Universal Expansion gig is coming up next Friday at Little Munich with fuzzy pop specialists the Band in Heaven, and Miami's This Heart Electric.

Universal Expansion. With Nothingberryplasma. 8:30 p.m. Sunday, May 22 at Kismet Vintage, 157 NE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach. No cover. 20 percent off merchandise for three hours! Click here.

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