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'Man-Machine in the Digital City' with Cornelius and Plaid Tomorrow at Disney Hall

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The LA Phil's richly-curated Concrete Frequency festival is capping two weeks of events with a special show featuring Cornelius and Plaid tomorrow night at Walt Disney Concert Hall.

What defines a city and how does urban living influence art? Tokyo's artsy electro-indie-pop producer-musician Cornelius (born Keigo Oyamada) and UK electro-ambient duo Plaid will offer up their unique sonic (and visual) interpretations tomorrow night.

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Limited tickets were still available online at the time of this posting.

Cornelius - Gum (Prefuse 73 flavor burst rock gum mix)