Marquee: Warpaint at The Summit

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

These gals make dark music, often slow and stuck in minor keys. They pay tribute to indie femme touchstones like Sonic Youth, Azure Ray and Tegan and Sara, hop-scotching through styles but always maintaining their foreboding mystique.

They're haunted most often by the specter of Cat Power; "Billie Holiday," their dour re-working of Mary Wells' "My Guy," could have been cribbed directly from Chan Marshall's nervous-breakdown era.

When: 9 p.m. Saturday, March 6

Where: The Summit, Campus