October 24 , 2003  
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Call the Office will be the place to be in November. Everyone's favourite twins Tegan and Sara return for a new Canadian tour that makes a stop at the Office on Mon., Nov. 3, before they begin work on their next record. Accompanying the duo will be ex-Weezer bassist, ex-Rentals frontman Matt Sharp who is a huge Tegan and Sara fan; Sharp, who released his EP Puckett's Versus the Country Boy this summer, will open the show and also plans to do some sweet back-up vocals. And even if you like neither band, the crowd mix of lesbians and geeks should prove to be entertaining in itself.

Punk rock is always an Office specialty as Jersey hit the CTO stage on Sat., Nov. 8. Dropkick Murphys break out the Boston Irish drinking jams on Tue., Nov. 11, and Montreal's The Planet Smashers blast through their very hot ska-pop on Tue., Nov. 18.

The Smashers' hometown friends The Dears are also set to return to the Office on Fri., Nov. 21 for what is sure to be a night of magestic and catastrophic indie-pop, while the Joel Plaskett Emergency is set to hit the stage on Tue., Nov. 25 in support of their recently released disc Truthfully Truthfully.

The month at the Office is then capped off by the great Constantines who make their first London stop on Fri., Nov 28 since the release of their Shine a Light disc on Sub Pop. Definitely one that shouldn't be missed.



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