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Tonight: British Invasion, Nada Surf

July 5, 2012 - 10:01 AM
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A British Invasion descends town in honor of Antony Gormley's exhibit at the Phillips Collection. Noted for his installations and public artworks, the London-born artist's exhibit, Drawing Space, features works often created at night, that explore the relationship between the body and space. The night features DJ Danny Harris, a Chocolate City Beer beer tasting (not included in the ticket price) of 1814 ESB, episodes from Monty Python's Flying Circus, and a gallery talk of Gormley's works. Phillips Collection. 5 p.m. $12.

Nada Surf's seventh studio album, The Stars are Indifferent to Anatomy is no departure from the indie bands' usual sound spanning the course of the past 20 years but in a comforting way. "About halfway through...singer Matthew Caws issues a mission statement to sum up this and all Nada Surf records: 'It's never too late for teenage dreams.'," reviews NPR. Ram's Head Live. Waters opens. 7 p.m. $20.

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