The Main Squeeze at Club Cafe | Music | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper


Subtlety has no place in the music of The Main Squeeze, nor should it. The flamboyant and lively five-piece, touted on its website as a combination of Stevie Wonder, Led Zeppelin and Daft Punk (accurate), got its start as a party band at Indiana University in 2010. The party is still alive and well, but the sound and production have evolved into something pristine and finely tuned. Check out the latest release, Without a Sound, to get your feet wet, but head down to Club Café tonight to get the party experience in full. Not for those averse to the wah-wah pedal. Locals Shaq Nicholson — also a five-piece, also generous with the funk — opens the show. Alex Gordon 7 p.m. 56 S. 12th St., South Side. $10. 21 and over. 412-431-4950 or

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