Music Tonight: Sunday, Nov. 5

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While many aspects we took for granted from the world of just-a-few-years-ago seem permanently gone, some patterns and cycles have reemerged with welcome colors into our drab-yet-distressing world of the present. One such treasure is the welcome return to our land of the Japanese psyche-music collective Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O., a group of sonic skull-busters who have been churning out the OM-drones in various incarnations for nearly 30 years. The Miniplex is once again the hosting roost for this vessel of a Godhead aspect. Also on the bill is Brooklyn’s Dead Leaf Echo, as well as our local-and-abroad travelers Datura Blues, for whom I have played bass before, and might possibly do again if I can get an extremely stupid hand injury to calm down. Regardless of my participation, though, this one is going to be seismic and runs the very possible risk of selling out, so the $20 online early bird tickets look like the best way to get a piece of the worm. Otherwise, it’s $25 at the door, which opens at 9 p.m.

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