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Blonde Redhead made its name in the 1990s playing discordant post-punk. But the trio of Simone and Amedeo Pace and Kazu Makino has mellowed considerably, so much so that their last album, 2010's "Penny Sparkle," recalled an unfortunate ambient techno record. The group hasn't released new music since then, but a chance to see Blonde Redhead perform numbers from beloved albums "Fake Can Be Just as Good" and the hypnotic
"Misery Is a Butterfly," however, is hard to pass up.