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Known for its striking light show and improvised setlists, Denver-based electro-jam quintet Lotus has been making waves for two decades now. Its newest release, "Frames per Second," is both a 19-song album and a studio documentary showcasing the band's raw performance style up close. There's no need for vocals when it comes to Lotus — the music says it all with sweeping synths, warbling guitar, and keyboard shrills. Like a millennial version of Steely Dan, but purely instrumental and more electronic, Lotus hints at elements of rock, jazz, funk, and psychedelia in its multicolored jams. 

Lotus will perform with Wax Future on Friday, November 22, 8 p.m. at Anthology, 336 East Avenue. $30. 484-1964.;

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