One of the most consistently rewarding series in town, Hendershot’s experimental night returns from its winter hiatus with a full evening of bold, blissed-out sounds. Sunday’s concert is a showcase of sorts for curator Michael Potter’s Null Zone Records, and serves as the release show for new albums from synth-based Athens projects Wet Garden and Severe Blush. Established area noise head Grant Evans, who has a tape out on Null Zone in April, will also perform, as will Atlanta’s Carey, aka Faun and a Pan Flute’s Dan Bailey, who released a two-movement ambient cassette, The Great Southeastern Dissatisfaction, on the label earlier this month.
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