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Albums be droppin' errwhere Saturday night, as local guitar virtuoso Nick Millevoi and improvisational duo Superlith release the former's latest, In White Sky, and the latter's debut, Plasma Clusters at First Unitarian. The show promises to be a fun night for people who enjoy seeing instruments played well; Millevoi is renowned for his technique, his pieces admired for the way they bring out the dynamic and expressive range of the guitar. Superlith are no slouches themselves; trombonist Dan Blacksberg and drummer-turned-keyboardist Julius Masri have formed a deeply intuitive bond through years of playing together that translates into "beautifully unsettling" pieces of noise, rhythm, and melody. Held in the side chapel of First Unitarian, the event is sure to be an intimate and profound celebration, not to be missed. Oct. 20th: Album Releases: Nick Millevoi’s “In White Sky” and Superlith’s “Plasma Clusters” Chapel at the First Unitarian Church, 2125 Chestnut St., 8pm, $10 - Adam Downer
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