Wednesday, October 22, 2014 · 2:23 a.m.

The Daily Scene: Jan. 15

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C. Lavender, described by the Baltimore City Paper as a "national goddess of hot-wired electronics and semiotic dissonance," plays at Sluggo's tonight. (Screenshot: Staff)

Wondering what to do tonight? No need to check your planner—we’ve got your daily post on what’s happening around town.

All about the noise
There’s a musical toss-up today. You could set out for Harrison, head to The Den and hear the one-man band Jerry Fordham, whose repertoire includes guitar, fiddle, flute, keyboard, harmonica and saxophone. Or you could hang out downtown, head to Sluggo’s and hear a line of three experimental musicians—C. Lavender, Dinner Music and Segamented Wormscrank out electronic music that has more to with the texture of sound and the incorporation of out-of-the-box instruments and visual interpretation than melody and beat.

When: 8-11 p.m. for Jerry Fordham or 10 p.m. for Sluggo’s
Where: 6306 Highway 58 for The Den or 501 Cherokee Blvd. for Sluggo’s
How much: Free for The Den and $5 for Sluggo’s

Have it your way 
It’s date night on Frazier Avenue, specifically at Marco’s Italian Bistro and Martini Bar. The deal? One appetizer and two create-your-own pastas for less than $30. Sample the antipasti or try the bruschetta, and then dig into black pepper linguine in spicy tomato sauce with mushrooms or cavatapi in pesto cream with mini meatballs or any other combination of 13 pastas, 12 sauces and 24 accompaniments.

When: Dinner served from 4-10 p.m.
Where: 47 Frazier Ave.
How much: $24.95 for dinner for two

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