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o: Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, MARCH 27 - MONDAY, MARCH 30, 2015 89 Rare U.S. show five tracks recorded and mixed by John McEntire of Tortoise on stage March 28 at Soma Electronic Music Stu- dios in Chicago and a further Japanese instrumental quar- three tracks done with J Robbins tet LITE will perform Saturday, (Jawbox) at Magpie Cage in Bal- March 28, at Dogfish Head Brew- timore. ings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach. "Illuminate" signals a change Fresh off a performance at in direction for the band with the SXSW in Austin, the band will addition of synths and myriad take the local stage in arare show percussion instruments plac- at 11 p.m. The band only plays ing an emphasis on texture and every two years in the United rhythm while remaining faithful States and for very short tours, to the pillars of LITE's trademark Opening is the Columbus, Ohio dual-guitar sound: precision, band, The End of the Ocean, power and unforgettable hooks. which will perform from 10 to 11 Nowhere is this better exem- p.m. There is no cover charge for plified than on the stop-start the shows, futuristic rock of "Image Game" LITE released its third full- or the swirling soundscapes length release "illuminate" heard on "100 Million Rainbows." last summer. The album was Formed in Tokyo in 2003, the recorded during two sessions - band -- Nobuyuki Takeda and Kozo Kusumoto on guitar, Jun and a steady stream of EPs and Izawa on bass and Akinori Yama- albums has firmly established moto on drums - are cited as an them as one of the most excit- influence by a new wave of young ing bands to have emerged from instrumental bands around the Japan in the last decade. world. Extensive touring since The band most recently toured their formation has won fans in the United States twice with Europe, the United States and Mike Watt & The Missingmen beyond, thanks to their intense, and will appear at Fuji Rock incendiary live performances Festival in Japan for the second [ FEATURED EXHIBITION time following their first Asian tour. They will also soon return to European shores. For more information call 302- 226-BREW. For more information about the bands, go to http://transduc- lite/or http://theendoftheocean. com. ff %- JAPANESE INSTRUMENTAL QUARTET LITE will perform Saturday, March 28, at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach. LOFLAND PRESENTS MOVIE AT RIVERFRONT THEATER W MARCH 27- 3 Christy McEvillY, w~tercolor I FEATURED CLAss May 18-22 8:30 am - 4:00 pm at Henlopen Acres ~leue register by April i |~ Tim Tyler, Happy Homemaker, oil on linen Roum 9, : 12000 OIdVtne Boulevard, L~ves 302.227.8408 SUBMITTED PHOTO THE MILFORD SECOND STREET PLAYERS hosted Joan Lofland March 11 as she presented her newest DVD, "Vinyard Shipbuilding Company and WWII Submarine Chasers." The 21-minute film served to kick off the Movies at Riverfront Theater and offered local media and others in .the community an opportunity to see the DVD on the new digital mov- ie setup. This was an opportunity for Second Street Players to introduce this new endeavor and let the community know more about MART, its $5 movie program. There will be 10 mowes a year: Fridays in Spanish language soundtrack and Saturdays in English language soundtrack. The March program was the 2012-version of "The Avengers." "The Hundred Foot Journey" will be showing at 7:30 p.m., Friday, April 17, in Spanish and Saturday, April 18, in English. The theater doors will open at 7 p.m. Anyone interested may call MaRT committee member Suzanne M. Mur- phy at 718-938-5726. Shown is Claudia Furnish Leister, left, Milford Mu- seum director, with Joan Lofland after her presentation and discussion. Delaware :the REHOBOTH ART LEAGUE t~ ,%,.