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For The Manhattan Project, it's all about the flow. Rochester-based duo Shawn Drogan (drums, electronics) and Charlie Lindner (keyboards, synths) create mostly instrumental tunes that take shape, transition, deconstruct, and morph into the next soundscape. The duo's elastic sonic palette also makes you move and groove. When I caught The Manhattan Project a few years ago, it opened for a national act (that shall remain nameless) and pretty much stole the show. Drogan and Lindner's talents are honed by plenty of gigs. The pair spent 2014 on the road, and this hometown tour stop is The Manhattan Project's last concert of the year before it goes into the studio to record new material. Stereo Nest, Risik, Jameson Alexander share the bill.

The Manhattan Project performs on Wednesday, November 26, at The German House Theater, 315 Gregory Street. 7 p.m. $10-$15. zeppabistro.com; themanhattanprojectlive.com.

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