Win Tickets: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Plays 40 Watt Tonight

California rockers Black Rebel Motorcycle Club play the 40 Watt tonight, and we’ve got a pair of tickets to give away. To win, tell us below why YOU deserve to go for free. We’ll choose the best answer and award the tickets at 4:30 p.m. today.

From this week’s paper:

An adventurous if inconsistent band, California’s Black Rebel Motorcycle Club explored classic rock, noise-punk, shoegaze, Americana and Britpop throughout the 2000s. In spite of the trio’s creativity, BRMC never seemed to sculpt a real identity for itself—that is, until 2010’s game-changing Beat the Devil’s Tattoo, where guitarist Peter Hayes and bassist Robert Levon Been finally figured out how to distill their wildly eclectic influences into a seamless psychedelic whole.

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