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Errol's Pick

Allah-Las is a band who say their sound is the perfect mixture of the sands, the seas and cities of California. Our music columnist Errol Nazareth agrees and says that as a fan of jangly guitar pop, it didn't take long for him to become an Allah-Las convert. He says the first time he heard the Los Angeles-based garage rock quartet, their music hit all the right notes. It's a cool, catchy sound that combines psychedelia, fuzzed guitars, harmonies and lots of chiming guitars.They have a new album out titled "Worship The Sun" and they'll be playing the Horseshoe Tavern on the 27th. Follow Errol @ErrolNazareth

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