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Lotus at Best Buy Theatre

Multi-genre band Lotus played a breathtaking show at the Best Buy Theatre last Saturday, Jan. 26.  Along with the talented jazz-house trio Moon Hooch, the band took devoted fans through a breathtaking experience filled with flashing lights and unexpected twists (including a Jam-Band-style cover of Deadmau5’s “Ghosts N’ Stuff”), The band’s ingenious mix of post-rock and electronic dance music proves once again that there are no limits to the group’s musical technique.

Lotus’ latest album “Build” releases on Feb. 19.

Gloria Lee is a staff photographer. Email her at [email protected]

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