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Jeff Zeigler

Find Temporary Solitude w/Jeff Zeigler at KFN March 17

Local producer/musician extraordinaire Jeff Zeigler is part of a lineup tonight at Kung Fu Necktie thriving on sonic manipulation. Zeigler orchestrates layers upon layers, developing a complex atmosphere/soundscape that remains airy and calming. In that adventurous space, your mind is free to wander in a discovery-oriented meditative state, shedding the daily wear for temporary solitude. The dreary, creaky-floor psych-pop of Scott Churchman creeps into one’s head with haunting intensity that’ll make you look over your shoulder knowing nobody’s there. Following suit, Chicago’s Dash Lewis, a.k.a. Gardener, plants the seed of psychedelics with moody doses of ambient synth. The heavy impending ominous tones of Asheville, North Carolina tandem, Lunar Creature, takes violin in a psych-folk direction, and rounds out this mind-warping bill. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, $6, 21+ - Michael Colavita

A Fundraiser for the Rail Park at Union Transfer Dec. 4

This evening, Union Transfer will be playing host to a fundraiser event for the Rail Park, a project to build public green space along the rail tracks of the abandoned Reading Viaduct. There will be a sold-out cocktail reception and fashion show before the music performances, which will feature short sets and rare collaborations from talented artists. You'll be treated to Sharon Van Etten performing with Mary Lattimore and Jeff Zeigler, Birdie Busch backed by Pattern is Movement's Chris Ward, Spank Rock, Light Heat, Sun Ra Arkestra and The Walkmen, who have announced that this could be their final show (or at least for a very long time). All proceeds from the night will go to Friends of the Rail Park. Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden St., 8pm, $30, All Ages - Q.D. Tran 


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