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Nightlife Highlights: Tashi Dorji & Marisa Anderson 

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April 30. The eponymous 2015 split LP by guitarists Tashi Dorji and Marisa Anderson is racking up mounting accolades for its startling blend of experimental sounds and acoustic folk. The Bhutan-born Dorij has been championed by Six Organs of Admittance's Ben Chasny and is based in North Carolina; Anderson hails from Oregon, the latter-day home of another guitar innovator and audible influence, John Fahey, and has collaborated with alt-folk singer-songwriter Sharon Von Etten and the Gossip's feisty lead vocalist, Beth Ditto. Dorji and Anderson bring their atmospheric craft to the Spotty Dog Books and Ale to finish out the month. 8pm. $5. Hudson. (518) 671-6006; Thespottydog.com.

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