Nobody's new album, Pacific Drift: Western Water Music Vol. 1 (Ubiquity), delves deeply into the psych-rock pantheon, revamping obscure late-'60s gems by the Monkees, the Zombies, Pearls Before Swine, and West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band for ears attuned more to the Neptunes than to the Beatles. Totally devoid of negative vibes, Pacific Drift drips lysergic euphoria from every head-nodding, mind-expanding groove. Nobody's previous album, 2000's Soulmates, explored the nexus of astral jazz and hip-hop with equal finesse, as well as a passionate crate-digger's respect for analog-recording techniques. But whatever style(s) Nobody lays on you at this rare Cleveland appearance, he's sure to augment your headspace like a Timothy Leary of the Technics.