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Mosadi Music, Humble Tripe, Physics of Meaning 

When: Sat., May 8, 10 p.m. 2010
Price: $5

Alternating between the aggressive rap-rock rhythms of Rage Against the Machine and sturdy soul-jazz grooves, the versatile Mosadi Music's secret weapon is emcee Shirlette Ammons, who flows with the laid-back consciousness of a slam poet and spits with the machine gun intensity of a militant rapper. About halfway through recording the follow-up to 2008's cinematic Snake Charmer and Destiny at the Stroke of Midnight, violinist Daniel Hart, who now lives in Los Angeles, returns with his string-laden chamber rock ensemble The Physics of Meaning. Humble Tripe sits in the bill's middle with its intricate, dreamy indie pop. —Spencer Griffith

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