Meandering through the unisex level of Spa Castle, terry-cloth-robed Teengirl Fantasy performs 2012’s Tracer in the glow of projected iTunes visualizations. Making art of noise, they play “EFX” backed by vocalist Kelela channeling “Un-Thinkable”. I’m ready to descend to the Women’s-only level, disrobe, and gingerly step into a stinging hot tub. Laurel Halo’s divisively natural harmonizing on “Sunlight on the Faded” ushers in cosmic relaxation. She then shifts between Quarantine and alter ego King Felix’s more uptempo tracks. A personal delusion, but this lineup inspires flights of fancy. With Fatherhood, the duo (comprised of Physical Therapy’s Daniel Fisher and House of Ladosha’s Michael Magnan) whose “hard club” tracks would definitely elevating the rooftop pool.
Thu., Feb. 14, 10 p.m., 2013
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