Rotation: What local artists are listening to 

This week: Eternity

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“Thanks to the trusty six-disc changer in my Sentra, I've got six albums in rotation to bump at all times while I ride. Yes, I still listen to CDs in my whip. Those auxiliary cords never last me more than five months without catching a short. So, what's in there right now? Let's see … I've got: Bahamadia's Kollage, Digable Planets' Blowout Comb, Outkast's Aquemini, Quasimoto's The Further Adventures of Lord Quas, Foreigner's Complete Greatest Hits and Stevie Wonder's Innervisions. Orlando Weekly's Rotation has actually inspired me to ‘rotate' those six every week!”

Hip-hop artist Eternity

is readying her debut album

on Second Subject Recordings. Tonight she presents the first of four “album update” installments (9 p.m. at Blank Space) with performances by Swamburger featuring DiVinCi, Jorok of Ill Trybe, Kristen Warren and Eternity herself. Admission is $5.

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