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Cheap Dinosaurs Take on Goblin at PhilaMOCA Oct. 12

With Halloween around the corner, it’s not surprising that artists are already getting into the spirit of things. Well, tonight for one night only at PhilaMOCA, Cheap Dinosaurs, led by Dino Lionetti with his all-star cast of local chiptune enthusiasts, will be taking on the songs of Goblin. No, not the album by Odd Future’s Tyler, The Creator - I’m talking about Italian prog-rockers Goblin. Get ready for expansive jams of their songs in ways that you may have never thought about before. They’ll also be joined on the bill by the intergalactic ambient sounds of Tom Guycot and experimental rockers The Joint Chiefs of Math. PhilaMOCA, 531 N. 12th St., 8pm, $7 - $10 donation, All Ages - H.M. Kauffman
 
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Chiptune Workshop w/Cheap Dinosaurs’ Dino Lionetti at PhilaMOCA April 14

Tonight 8static will be hosting their second show at PhilaMOCA, with another impressive bill of 8-bit and electronic artists. For those of you who don’t know, 8static is a chip music event that takes place on the second Saturday of each month and features performances by artists from around the world. This month’s lineup features the bass heavy dance grooves and Nanoloops of Disassembler (Honduras), the metal-influenced chip music of Shawnphase (Baltimore) and the ambient soundscapes of Trash80. Visual artist, Visualicious, will be providing the backdrop for this evening’s soundtrack with her unique take on digital art. In addition to the killer lineup, Dino Lionetti of Philly’s own Cheap Dinosaurs is holding a workshop class before the show teaching concert-goers how to compose their own 8-bit tunes in odd time signatures. You can showoff what you’ve learned throughout the evening at the open mic session immediately following tonight’s show. PhilaMOCA, 531 North 12th St., 7pm, $7-10, All Ages - Dan Brightcliffe

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