Saturday, February 5, at The Granada.

Namelessnumberheadman 

Saturday, February 5, at The Granada.

There usually isn't much incentive to attend numerical-milestone gigs such as a band's 100th concert. But Namelessnumberheadman took awhile to reach the century mark, playing sparingly over the past four years, and it's ready to celebrate in style. In addition to constructing a stellar lineup (Ghosty and hip-hop heavyweights Approach and Sounds Good open), NNHM has compiled a free, one-time-only EP that contains a gorgeous Sparklehorse cover; a massive, multilayered rendition of the Flaming Lips' "Lightning Strikes the Postman"; and an uncharacteristically upbeat Doris Henson makeover. The EP isn't the only must-grab item at the merchandise stand; 2004's best area-spawned album, Your Voice Repeating, is just 30 copies away from going out of print, with no repressing in sight.

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