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Music and film collide at tonight’s Moca Mix: Jeremy Bible performs electronic music, Infinite Number of Sounds show off their cut-and-paste skills, and filmmaker Kasumi debuts her new work, Deep Brain Stimulation. The local artist -- whose collaboration with DJ Spooky was a highlight of this year’s Ingenuity Festival -- combines live music and video in a program that’s all about screwing with your mind.
Fri., Dec. 8, 8 p.m.

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