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Sound In Motion: Album Night, New Year’s Eve

It’s not often that you can go to a local show and experience an entire night of new, never before heard tunes, and a few well-known favorites, but Sound In Motion: Album Night at the Tralf promises just that. The line up will include three local bands debuting new music. Progressive jam band Peanut Brittle Satellite will debut their new album Planet Girth full of Phish-like extended jams and riffing guitars. Slow motion jazz rockers Rhubarb prepare to release their latest record Shoot Yer Body Baby, while local atmospheric rockers Lazlo Hollyfeld will introduce the world to their new guitarist Sonny Baker and some brand new material. The night will climax when members from each band come together to perform Beck’s psychedelic, groundbreaking 1996 album, Odelay, in its entirety. When this group of eight talented local musicians combines to strum the wobbly and melting first chords of “Devil’s Haircut,” or blast the schizophrenic sound effects of the “New Pollution” you better bet that you’ll no longer be in the year 2010. DJ Cutler will take the stage to finish up the night with a danceable funk fest. It all happens on New Year’s Eve (Dec 31) at the Tralf.—cory perla