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Tempe, Arizona's Dismal Light to Unleash Psychedelic Sounds At Scobee Planetarium 

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Following up on the wild and truly tripped out success of the first installment, the folks behind K23/Purple Bottle bring us the second dose of Astral Projections, a swell concert series hosted at the Scobee Planetarium, this Saturday.



The series, which pairs experimental electronic artists with light/projection show wizards, kicked off back in April with the slow-building and meandering sounds of ATX’s Dallas Acid and will now continue with Dismal Light.

The side-project of Destruction Unit’s Ryan Rousseau, Dismal Light sounds like the melodic sputterings of a machine/computer network that has begun to think erotically about itself. It’s deeply psychedelic stuff, without ever being overwhelming or random. Dig auasca.bandcamp.com to hear Dismal Light’s 2014 debut Mindswap.

Just as with the first Astral Projections, intense eye candy in the form of mind-assaulting visuals will be provided by The Mustachio Light Show. Saturday, July 15, $21.00, 7:00pm, Scobee Planetarium, 1300 San Pedro Ave, (210) 733-2910, k23.ticketbud.com.





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