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Cheap Week: November 2–8

November starts out with an amazing week of local indie rock featuring Deep Sea Diver, Damien Jurado, Lemolo, Telekinesis, and Say Hi.

By Joanna Sappenfield Edited by Seth Sommerfeld November 2, 2015

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See Damien Jurado spread his songwriting gospel at EMP's Sky Church as part of the Influencers Concert Series.

Nov 3–14
Abbey Arts 10th Anniversary
The Fremont Abbey celebrates 10 years as a low-key arts oasis with two weeks of events that highlight the best of what the venue has to offer. From the multidisciplinary productions of the Round and the lit-minded Moth StorySlam to parties featuring some of the Abbey’s favorite local singer-songwriters and bands, there’s plenty of affordable and accessible fun to be had. Various venues, Free–$100

Thur, Nov 5
Deep Sea Diver and Sisters
As we wait not-so-patiently for Deep Sea Diver to release its full length follow-up to 2012's History Speaks (they say it's coming this winter), we'll have to settle for another dose of the Seattle band's dynamite live show. With Jessica Dobson's vocal serenity and guitar shredding leading the way, any concert the group plays is worth checking out. Deep Sea Diver will be joined on the bill by their pals Andrew Vait and Emily Westman of the harmonious indie pop duo Sisters.  Neumos, $15

Fri, Nov 6
Lemolo: Red Right Return Release Show
It’s easy to fall into a trance when listening to Lemolo’s ethereal dream pop. With her haunting and emotive vocals and instrumentation, Meagan Grandall continues her dreamweaving ways on Lemolo’s second LP, Red Right Return. The record officially goes on sale on November 10, but early copies can be snagged at the release show at the Crocodile. The Crocodile, $15–$17

Sat, Nov 7
Influencers Concert: Damien Jurado
This year the EMP began the Influencers Concert Series, which brings together a revered artist and an act they directly inspired. The latest edition highlights Seattle singer-songwriters as scene legend Damien Jurado headlines a show at the Sky Church with Matt Bishop of Hey Marseilles. Experience Music Project, $20

Sat, Nov 7
Telekinesis and Say Hi
Two of Seattle’s best hip-shaking one-man indie rock outfits—Telekinesis (Michael Lerner) and Say Hi (Eric Elbogen)—close out a national tour in support of their terrific new albums, Ad Infinitum and Bleeders Digest, with a homecoming show at Neumos. Neumos, $15

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