Hi Sorry for the plug, but people in the Philadelphia area or desiring a road trip should check this out. How can you beat innovative music and free food? Fri. 11/21, 8pm-12am: Gate to Moonbase Alpha: Infamous monthly series that presents ambient/experimental/electronic/improv/psych. music with visuals and more. Music from: Xeroid Entity: Xeroid Entity is constantly exploring new musical territory by going beyond the barriers of standard conventions while still drawing upon classical influences. Their music ranges from light and whimsical to dark and aggressive, often within the same piece. Much of it is ambient in nature; without a discernable beat. When they do play rhythmically based music, there are often complex counter rhythms giving the music a poly-rhythmic flavor. The results can be subtle and spacey without being boring, noisy without being harsh, dynamic yet continuous. The members of Xeroid Entity are Howard Moscovitz, Bill Fox, and Greg Waltzer. (http://xeroid-entity.com) Plankton: Trio of Philadelphia based musicians working as an ambient free improvisational ensemble. The musicians are David Sherick (percussion), Dave Champion (trombone and electronics), and David Forlano (toys and electronics). They include humor, silence, aggression, gentleness, color, and history. Like most Gate to Moonbase Alpha performers, they continue to defy easy definition. (http://www.fordforlano.com/df) Justice on a Budget: Experimental, improv, avant-garde, Justice on a Budget combines the sound of a classic jazz trio (Upright bass, keys, drums) with today's electronic innovations (loops, samples, turntables). (http://www.musicianmp3.com/artist/JusticeonaBudget) +Performance art using found objects, fused sound, and the kitchen sink +from The Great Quentini. +Oil projections and slides from David Gerbstadt. +(http://www.gerbstadt.net) +Free vegetarian buffet from Chef Jeff Free admission for all ages. The Rotunda: 4014 Walnut St., Phila. www.foundationarts.org, 215-573-3234.