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What has continually struck me is the jam scene's open arms. Sure, there is a baseline sound and aesthetic, but its continuously open-minded approach has allowed less organic, more experimental outfits like Jimkata to shine. Jimkata expertly skates the line between electronic-driven beats mixed with extended attention to detail, kinda like the Grateful Heads or the Talking Dead... at a rave.

Jimkata performs Thursday, March 6, 9 p.m., at Lovin' Cup, 300 Park Point. $5. lovincup.com.

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