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Dec 6: The Philadelphia Project: A Night of Experimental Music

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    REMINDER: FRIDAY NIGHT EXPERIMENTAL SHOWCASE From PhiladelphiaWeekly.com s A-List: Top Picks for the Week [ FRIDAY, DEC. 6 ] EXPERIMENTAL The Philadelphia
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      REMINDER: FRIDAY NIGHT EXPERIMENTAL SHOWCASE

      From PhiladelphiaWeekly.com's A-List: Top Picks for the Week

      [ FRIDAY, DEC. 6 ]

      EXPERIMENTAL

      The Philadelphia Project

      It's a trifecta for those who like their sounds a shade challenging.
      "The Philadelphia Project: A Night of Experimental Music" features
      avant medivalists the Red Masque (pictured), ambient rhythm makers
      Second Sufis and Relapse Records punk proggers Dysrhythmia. Show
      organizers and chronic member swappers the Red Masque will be
      premiering their latest revamping with newcomer keyboardist Marcia
      Bachochin-Fabirkiewicz (original keyboardist/concert harpist
      Nathan-Andrew Dewin defected to pursue solo projects). Like King
      Crimson before the accessibility, the literary-minded Masque are awash
      in sonic guitar booms, rumbling bass and a dash of their own prosaic
      emotion. Their sophomore effort, Victoria and the Haruspex, released
      earlier this year, reached cult status thanks in part to lead singer
      Lynnette Shelley's hookless Siouxsie Sue operatic spans that give
      direction to the album's mostly improvised instrumentation. Robots in
      Disguise producer Michael McDermott's one-man project Mikronesia
      provides aural time filler between bands, fashioning the Project's
      format into a seamless excusion to discover rock's darker sides.
      (Suzann Vogel)

      8pm. $8. Sedgwick Center, 7137 Germantown Ave. 215.248.9229. All Ages.
      Visit www.theredmasque.com for more info.
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