“Inscrutable” isn’t an inscrutable enough word to describe Bunnybrains’ legacy of noise, anti-rock, and found sounds built over the past two decades. The band was once rumored to be so prolific in their avant-garde ramblings that they made a new cassette every week, recorded during rehearsal. Live, the group’s audio quirks become visual, as frontcreep Dan Seward writhes about the stage doing things to his guitar that might not be legal in some states. Not for the faint of heart or closed of mind. With P.G. Six, Zaimph, Diane Cluck, the Hat City Intuitive, and Nonhorse.

Sun., Aug. 29, 6 p.m., 2010

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