When New Zealand’s Architecture in Helsinki first (and last) visited the Triangle in June at the Cat’s Cradle, they inquired about Cheerwine on stage and–15 minutes later–were guzzling two hot 12-packs of the sucrose-infused syrup. Maybe that explains the hard-edged Go-Betweens cover and their playful mid-song banter. The crew–eight in all–brings its dramatic, exuberant and triumphant left-field pop (epitomized by their opus, If We Should Die) to Raleigh this time, thanks in no small part to wolves d.i.n., a new student organization devoted to bringing exciting music back to N.C. State. The Talley Student Center show on Saturday, Oct. 8 starts at 9 p.m. and costs $4-$6. Dr. Dog opens.