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The term "left-field arrangements" accurately describes what Brooklyn indie-dance group Rubblebucket does with its music. Using everything from saxophones to Moog synthesizers, the band conjures up trippy, psychedelic tones throughout its shows. The writing is just as out there as the music, as the song "Triangular Daisies" shows —"Triangular daisies make me spacey, for you, for you, again, for you, uh oh, hell no." But being out there is what the band thrives on, and having been together since college, the chemistry between members is impeccable.

Rubblebucket plays on Friday, January 2, at Water Street Music Hall, 204 North Water Street. 8 p.m. $16.50-$20. waterstreetmusic.com; rubblebucket.com.

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