"Giddy" doesn't even begin to do justice to Dan Deacon's percolating phalanxes of keyboards and synthesizers. That was true back in 2007, when the bearded Baltimorean broke through with Spiderman of the Rings, but these days, his ambitions are greater. In other words, that tripping-balls-in-a-warehouse-strung-with-Christmas-lights vibe remains, but now it's in service of the kind of grand, almost operatic sweep that separates "hipster party indie" from "fledgling-composer bliss." The inclusion of string sections definitely doesn't hurt.
Wed., Nov. 14, 9 p.m., 2012
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