Copenhagens Trentemøller first rose to club acclaim for skirting the borders of electro house and minimal techno, melding both into far-reaching and deeply felt extended beats. This deft pairing is what made his second album, 2010s Into the Great Wide Yonder, so shocking: full psychedelic fare, with guitar fuzz replacing curt synth blips, transgressive and not a little aggressive, at that. His dance music is worth pondering. With Dorit Chrysler.
Sun., April 24, 9 p.m., 2011
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