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Matzah Cigar's art prog and more in Mystic

Published February 14. 2013 4:00AM

As you might expect, if you've got a night's worth of younger local bands performing ambitious and challenging music that pushes the boundaries of "pop," Matzah Cigar is involved.

Indeed, the New London art-proggers - whose debut "Imaginary Friends" CD is a musical pinball game giddily bouncing from Mr. Bungle and Frank Zappa to UK and Coheed & Cambria - headline a compelling bill Friday at the Workshop in Mystic. Also performing: trumpet/guitar duo Dom The Penguin, post-fusion quintet The Feels, and the Phish-scented Efeneh.


Matzah Cigar and more, 7 p.m. Friday, The Workshop, 40 Washington St., Mystic; also, Dom The Penguin, The Feels, Efeneh; $10, all ages; (401) 496-2425,


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