Posted by Jeremy Shulkin

Baltimore visual artist/electronic (for lack of better word) musician comes to The Grind at Clark University on Friday at 8:30 and the event is free and open to the public with a catch: you need to register with a Clark student to get in. (Just get there a little early and buddy up with someone waiting for the show. Clark kids are a friendly bunch.)

Deacon’s live shows are known for being absolutely nuts, and feed off of the crowd’s excitement and participation. At a show over the summer at the ICA in Boston he rolled out a giant Twister mat and projected the spinner on the wall. It’s organized chaos at its most excited, frenzied and communal.

NPR Music has a pretty cool time-lapse video of a show of his in Washington, DC. Give it a minute or two–it picks up somewhere around the glowing skull.