Pulp, the private club located under The Orange Peel, is occasionally open for special shows when the upstairs stage is closed. Among those performance gracing Pulp's intimate space is a series of local and regional underground bands. Wyla, the dreamy, experimental shoegaze project of Edward Madill, headlines on Thursday, July 25. Altered Zones wrote that Madill "sweeps the grime off the garage floor and pipes it through a ramshackle array of mammoth fuzz guitars, splattered rhythms, and foreboding melodies." Nothing But Net, Mobility Chief and Stevie Dinner also perform. 9 p.m., $5. http://theorangepeel.net. Photo by Marcyanne Hannemann
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