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Some great (and cheap) concerts coming to you in the Boston area this November. Special interest shows are noted with stars. Send listing suggestions for this month and the future to arts@tech.mit.edu.

Saturday, Nov. 17, 7:30–9:30 p.m.

MIT Resonance

10-250, Free

MIT a cappella group Resonance is holding its annual winter concert with music (obviously), skits, and fun. On campus and free — what could be easier?

Wednesday, Nov. 21

Malajube *

The Middle East (Upstairs), 18+, $9

Quebecois and francophone pop rockers infectiously play out in support of their catchy 2006 album Trompe-l’oeil. Those sticking around for Thanksgiving break should make it out to this show for a night of guaranteed fun.

Saturday, Nov. 24

Dinosaur Jr. *

Paradise Rock Club, 18+, $20

Though they now ally more with the first half of their name than the last, who can resist the unbeatable combo of J Mascis and Lou Barlow together again, playing as though they can stand one another?

Sunday, Nov. 25

Sondre Lerche (with Dan Wilson)

Paradise Rock Club, 18+, $16.50

Some prefer this Norwegian musician’s rock numbers to his acoustic tunes, but, like it or not, Lerche’s playing unplugged.

Thursday, Nov. 29

Dragons of Zynth (with Holy Fuck) *

The Middle East (Upstairs), 18+, $9adv/$10dos

Check out The Tech’s (glowing) review of DOZ at http://www-tech.mit.edu/V127/N33/cdreviews.html. Electro-pop openers Holy Fuck may have a NSFW title, but their dark disco tracks are delectable.

— Sarah Dupuis and Jillian A. Berry