Junk Culture at Strange Matter 

Wednesday, May 4

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The sample-infused project of Oxford, Miss., native Deepak Mantena, Junk Culture offers a textured amalgam of psychedelic sequences, synth beats and woozy melody patterns. Drawing from such past greats as the Beach Boys and contemporaries such as Animal Collective, Junk Culture has followed up its 2009 debut, "West Coast," with "Summer Friends," an album using a collection of sounds captured on a handheld recorder. Recently finishing an opening-slot tour alongside Girl Talk, Junk Culture brings its live set of audio jams and projected video visuals to Strange Matter on Wednesday, May 4, at 9 p.m. $8-$10.


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