Although glockenspiel and ukulele queen Rachel Goodrich is no longer local — she recently relocated to Los Angeles — she's still a hometown hero. On the heels of the February release of her self-titled album, Goodrich is coming back for a few concerts in the area, including one at Propaganda.
Tagging Goodrich simply as a singer/songwriter would be like calling Charlie Sheen just an actor. Gross underestimation for the sake of genre classifications! Anyhow, her breezy new album has many pleasures, including the sing-along bait "Na Na Na," kazoo anthem "Light Bulb," and a quick snippet called "G Dino" in which she pegs herself a "gangsta dinosaur."
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Also on the bill for the evening are Miami's volatile new-wave rockers Pretty Please, and what sounds like Aphex Twin with vocals, Nite Club vs. the Little Star Dweller from Brooklyn. Intrigue through and through.