Who's up for a little Highway 100 action tonight? Out at the Loveless Barn, a pair that probably needs no introduction. But here's one anyway, from our Critics' Picks, via Timothy C. Davis.
Often mentioned by none other than Jack "III" White as one of his biggest musical influences, Dexter Romweber has never been really well-known outside of the Bible Belt. Perhaps White's gushing endorsements (and news of recent recording sessions with the DRD) will help. The former singer and guitarist for North Carolina legends Flat Duo Jets is currently going all General Sherman with an assist from his sister Sara Romweber (Let's Active and Snatches of Pink) on drums. Expect Romweber's signature unholy alchemy of rockabilly, country, surf and punk to be turned down just a bit (say, down to 9 1/2) as the fam debuts songs from their newish Ruins of Berlin.
Of course White produced and guested on their single "The Wind Did Move." A short film on the Duo after the jump.