Second Edition of Behind Glass Electronic Music Series to Take Place Tonight at Coda

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The second edition of Behind Glass, a new series devoted to “forward-thinking electronic and electroacoustic music,” takes place tonight at 9 at Coda in Tremont.

Quicksails’ Ben Billington, an electronic musician originally from the Cleveland area who has spent the past decade of his life in Chicago, headlines.



A percussionist and synthesizer wiz, he’s touring behind Mortal, his first LP for Chicago label Hausu Mountain. Oberlin composer/sound artist/visual artist Sarah Snider and experimental musician/instrument builder/sound artist Fluxmonkey open.

Doors open at 9. Tickets are $12 at the door, $10 in advance.


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