The handsome Canadian transplantTristan Clopet
is something of a musical anomaly on the local scene. With his band, the Juice, he skips both the indie flavors of the week and the super-commercial aspirations of others around town. Instead, his music recalls those heady days of the early '90s, when the bands of the so-called burgeoning "alternative" scene dipped deep into the wells of different genres without worrying.
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