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With Hubble, guitarist Ben Greenberg looks to the skies

Space images - (from left) M81, Cat’s Eye Nebula, and V838 Monocerotis - used in the video “Hubble’s Hubble,’’ with music created by Ben Greenberg (below). Space images - (from left) M81, Cat’s Eye Nebula, and V838 Monocerotis - used in the video “Hubble’s Hubble,’’ with music created by Ben Greenberg (below). (nasa, esa, and the hubble heritage team)
By Matt Parish
Globe Correspondent / December 3, 2011
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Guitarist Ben Greenberg has spent the better part of the last ten years honing his craft in projects like the cerebral Zs and the blunt punk of the Pygmy Shrews. But for his first album as Hubble, he’s also introduced an intricate video collaboration with an actual NASA-contracted telescope specialist that serves as the perfect introduction to his unique sense of proportion. This is music whose details can be just as daunting as its large-scale wholeness. Hubble comes to the BCA Plaza Theater on Wednesday.

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HUBBLE

With Sharif Sehnaoui

At: BCA Plaza Theater, Wednesday, 9 p.m. Free. www.bcaonline.org