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November 8. Experimental electro-drone duo Füxa (pronounced “fyoo-sha”) was formed in Detroit in 1995 by Randall Nieman and Ryan Anderson; Nieman had recently left Windy & Carl, while Anderson came from the similarly spacey Asha Vida. In addition to touring with Stereolab, Füxa has released a slew of brain-bending albums, several of them on Nieman’s own Mind Expansion Records (home to two full-lengths by local psych outfit Venture Lift). Nieman has also performed as a member of Spectrum, the band headed by Spaceman 3 front man Sonic Boom. This rare US date finds Füxa at the happening BSP Lounge. Prepare to leave the planet. Avondale Airforce and World Lines open. (AM to AM, Time Travels, and more rock November 9; the Champtone Guitar Rock ’n’ Roll Barnburner blazes November 10.) 8pm. $5 donation. Kingston. (845) 481-5158; Bsplounge.com.

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