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Nightlife Highlights: Laetitia Sadier 

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October 4. BSP gets yet another visit from indie rock royalty this month when Stereolab singer Laetitia Sadier makes a rare Hudson Valley appearance. Born in France in 1968, Sadier moved to London in the late 1980s and formed Stereolab there with guitarist Tim Gane at the start of the following decade. The group's metronomic melange of '70s krautrock, '60s lounge pop, and modern electronica made them a rabidly influential hit across the international underground. In addition to collaborating with other rock and electronic artists and fronting the side project Monade, Sadier has released three solo albums on the vital Drag City label: The Trip (2010), Silencio (2012), and Something Shines (2014). Deeradorian opens. (Pinky Doodle Poodle and Palaver play October 1; Coffee HAUS open mic happens October 7.) 7:30pm. $12, $15. Kingston. (845) 481-5158. Bspkingston.com.

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