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The No-Neck Blues Band’s rotating cast of musicians (most of whom go nameless or by esoteric nicknames) has operated out of a collective New York loft space called Hint House since the mid-’90s. The band’s live performances have been few and far between, often free shows on warehouse roofs or in parks throughout NYC. All of this mystery informs the band’s music, which conjures images of a midnight seance in the mountains with someone spinning ESP-Disk records in a back room. Percussion rattles eerily around, a banjo strum enters to center everything, lonely vocals meander in and out, a saxophone squeal pierces it all—and then we’re left with the quiet nothingness of night sounds. No-Neck plays with Cant, Izititiz, and Stones at 9 p.m. at the Warehouse Next Door, 1017 7th St. NW. $8. (202) 783-3933. (Jacob Long)