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Live music in Utah on Halloween, including co-writer of 'Dick in a Box'

Published October 31, 2012 11:40 am
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The most famous song the frontman of the indie-pop duo Electric Guest has written isn't in the band's rotation. Asa Taccone won an Emmy for co-writing "Dick in a Box," the Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg joke song that became a viral hit after it debuted on "Saturday Night Live" in 2006. (How did he get the gig? Taccone's brother is Jorma Taccone, one-third of Samberg's collaborative comedic group The Lonely Island.) Now, with partner Matthew "Cornbread" Compton, Taccone's priority is performing eclectic songs from Electric Guest's debut album "Mondo," which was produced by Danger Mouse. In a phone interview, Taccone said he got the famed producer to helm the genre-spanning project because he was renting a room in Danger Mouse's house, and the producer liked what he heard. "[Danger Mouse] convinced me it was good," Taccone said. No, Line & Circle opens.When • Wednesday, 9 p.m.Where • Urban Lounge, 241 S. 500 East, Salt Lake CityTickets • $10 at 24Tix.com

Other shows tonight:

I Call Fives and With The PunchesPop-punk artist I Call Fives will perform along with guest With The Punches on Halloween night. When • Wednesday, 7 p.m.Where • Mojos Ogden, 2210 Washington Blvd., Ogden Tickets • $12 at SmithsTix

Mr. Gnome with Totem & TabooIndie/rock artist Mr. Gnome will perform along with Totem & Taboo.When • Wednesday, 8 p.m.Where • Bar Deluxe, 666 S. State St., Salt Lake City Tickets • $8 at 24Tix

Blue October with A Silent Film and BarcelonaBlue October will perform Halloween night along with guests A Silent Film and Barcelona. When • Wednesday, 9 p.m.Where • The Depot, 400 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City Tickets • $35 at SmithsTix






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