If you’ve been missing the scintillating bass lines set to an 11/8 time signature that you can only find in progressive rock, then you probably want to check out New York quartet TAUK when they invade the cozy confines of the Visulite. While not a name on the tip of most tongues, the band came to prominence in 2014 after touring with Umphrey’s McGee. Blending high-energy rock with touches of jazz and hip-hop, TAUK has a sound that is unique and instantly engaging. Another distinctive feature of the band? Their lead singer left the band in 2014 and was never replaced, meaning their sound is 100% instrumental. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind show in Elizabeth’s favorite music venue.