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Art Basel Music: Bluetech at the Moksha Art Fair, December 5

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​The Hawaii-based producer Bluetech can be considered part of the extended constellation of the jam band scene, playing and collaborating with other hippies-gone-electronic like EOTO and Flying Lotus. Still, Bluetech is fiercely experimental, citing the likes of Brian Eno, the Orb, and even Erik Satie as influences. He performs in Miami as part of the Moksha Art Fair, a gathering of lightly crunchy souls exhibiting psychedelic art. The Nag Champayons, the Moksha Family Allstars, and a host of other local friends and family perform.

Saturday, December 5. At the Moksha Art Fair multimedia main event. Seventh Circuit Studios, 228 NE 59th St., Miami. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $40 in advance, $50 at the door. 305-757-7277; mokshafamily.com

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