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Zen Frisbee, Shark Quest 

When: Fri., Sept. 28, 10 p.m. 2012

It's a celebration of the Dixon brothers' collective oeuvre, motoring from the wild and freaky sounds of Zen Frisbee to the supple sophistication of Shark Quest's carefully crafted instrumentals. Laird and Kevin Dixon's guitar interplay keys both outfits. Charged with youthful abandon, Frisbee's a grab bag of sloppy, elbow-throwing two-minute rock songs occasionally veined with lyrically dulcet tones. Those more rhapsodic moments bloom in Shark Quest, a project initially fueled with tossed away Zen Frisbee riffs. The dramatic sweep sidesteps both post- and math rock for a richer, refined blend of melody and tension. —Chris Parker

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