Brainstorm, Jeffrey Jerusalem, Ellie Carey, Jesse Malmed | Nightlight | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Brainstorm, Jeffrey Jerusalem, Ellie Carey, Jesse Malmed 

When: Wed., Oct. 20 2010

This bill showcases a trio of madcaps from the stable of Portland-based multimedia label Lasercave. Conjuring a mini-Man Man overdosing on math rock, Brainstorm uses unlikely combinations of tuba, keys, guitars and drums to recast orchestral indie rock into duo form. The pair's spastic, harmony-rich nuggets shift gears constantly. Through remixes of tracks by fellow Portlanders and his own glitchy exploits, Jeffrey Jerusalem fuels dance floor-filling electropop party with thick, bubbling synth grooves and a sputtering drum machine. Complementing their mercurial sounds with stimulating sights, experimental visual artists Ellie Carey and Jesse Malmed transform the event into a compelling multisensory experience.—Spencer Griffith

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