Tonight's Setlist: Experimental Jazz, Electronic Beats, Beats, Beats!



Pianist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist producer Marco Benevento, a man who has never suffered from lack of talent and whom you might know from Garage A Trois, Surprise Me Mr. Davis and numerous other bands, brings his legacy of experimental jazz and rock to the Jambalaya. It's $12, $10 advanced and The Getdown will apparently be playing, too. The show gets going around 9 p.m. It's 21-and-over, natch.

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And as if to prove that Tuesdays can never be boring, Emancipator Ensemble, Slow Magic and Nym keep the groove going at Arcata Theatre Lounge. Think electronic, sampling and plenty of beats, beats, beats. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 advance and available at People's Records, Wildberries, The Works and this show is 21-and-over.

Bonus: Think ahead about Thursday: The Siren’s Song hosts San Francisco’s The Desert Line and Eureka’s Companion Animal. The latter band’s “Tsunami Siren” track is available via Companion Animal’s Facebook page and well worth a listen, not only for the fun of relating to the topic, but also the charming and catchy semi-retro pop factor. The Desert Line delivers a sound more atmospheric, wistful — exquisite. Show starts at 9 p.m., is all ages and free, although tips for the band will be appreciated.

Give a listen to the Desert Line here.

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