Art with Soundtrack 

Over at Harrison Street Coffee Shop, photographer PJ Sykes puts on display a collection of five years of band photos he's captured onstage and beyond. Both local and national acts are here, including Rah Bras, Engine Down, Interpol, El Guapo and Liza Kate, seen here, who performs at the opening reception April 1, 6-8 p.m. The harsh lights, the faces lost in trance: Sykes' images capture the anonymity, the eagerness and the mundane moments, all the silent energy of a rock show with the sound taken away. Through April 29. 359-8060. S


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