Texas-based electronic whiz Alan Paloma has recorded as Ghosthustler, VEGA and, most notably, Neon Indian. The latter act is garnering incredible amounts of buzz on the strength of psychedelic synth work, which makes this just-announced show at the Firebird on Wednesday, June 8, a must-see. Neon Indian has been in the studio working on a new record and just released a squelching, screwed cover of T. Rex's "Children of the Revolution."
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