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By CHRISTOPHER GRAY  |  October 16, 2008

Christopher Gray can be reached at cgray@phx.com.

YEASAYER with Chairlift | October 23 @ 9:30 pm | Bates College, Chase Hall Commons, Campus Ave, Lewiston | www.wrbcradio.com

BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE with Land of Talk | October 25 @ 9 pm | Bowdoin College, Farley Field House, Brunswick | $15, Bowdoin students free | 207.725.3375

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