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Nightlife Highlights: The Big Takeover Record Release Party

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January 14. Part of a three-date residency at BSP that began on New Year's Eve, this night by local roots reggae leaders the Big Takeover celebrates the unveiling of their newest album, Silly Girl. (The group returns February 9 for an acoustic show.) This year also marks the 10th year for the sextet, which fuses rocksteady, ska, and straight-up reggae with melodic soul. The frigid depths of a Hudson Valley winter are the perfect time to skank it up with the balmy pull of this band's torrid riddims. Karma Darwin opens. (Acid Dad drops in January 19; Heroes of Toolik heat up January 27.) 8pm. $10 advance, $15 day of show. Kingston. (845) 481-5158; Bspkingston.com.

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