Winter warmers

By MATT PARISH  |  January 4, 2010

MAGIC PEOPLE | Charlie's Kitchen | February 22 | Finally, these beloved synth stoics will put out the long-awaited (and digitally all-over-the-place-already) LP You Are the Magic People. Why grab this thing on record when you can already download free-and-legal at Inman Street Records? Well, because you're a complete vinyl snob, and because the artwork just rules. Designed by cartoonist Raul Gonzales in black and white, every record comes with three jumbo crayons to finish the job yourself. And what better soundtrack to an afternoon of coloring than Magic People? (PS: Don't feel compelled to stay within the lines — they don't.)
10 Eliot St, Cambridge | 9 pm | 617.492.9646

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