When: Fri., Dec. 30, 9 p.m. 2016
“I like to play music and dance. I care about dolphins. They are real real smart…” With a Facebook bio that will make you “lol” and a seriously dope live show that will bounce you into an evanescent mist of vapor wave and vintage electro drum beats, Dolphin Dilemma aims to convince us to not take life so serious and to get lost in the magic that is funky electronic music. Equipped with a mini Korg synth and an RC-300 loop station, Zachariah Applebaum, who makes up one third of the heavy-hitting local psychedelic prog-rock band Verisimilitude, pull us through a soundtrack of 1970s future soundscapes for a party he’s calling “Jungle Boogie,” which will feature three other artists, a cash prize dance contest and discount at the door if you come dressed as your favorite jungle beast.