(Mural Amphitheater, Seattle Center, 5:30 pm) Decibel is hosting this free, lovely evening of über-classy electronic music for humans of all ages. Seattle's Vox Mod (Scot Porter), along with his two adroit bongo and conga players, impressed at Capitol Hill Block Party, busting out dubby, spacey tracks that showed a facility for vivid techno and electro moves. Touchstones include Meat Beat Manifesto and Plaid, which are stones that deserve touching. Portland's Natasha Kmeto is the rare electronic-music maker who can also sing with emotional potency and nuance—or is she the rare skilled diva who can create interesting electronic music? Whatever the case, her new album, Crisis, is a sophisticated collection of torch songs to which you can dance and bonk. Lusine (Jeff McIlwain) is the Mr. Reliable of Seattle's electronic scene. Over the last 14 years, he's just kept refining his understatedly beautiful, IDM-accented house music, culminating in this year's The Waiting Room, his most accessible work to date. And get a load of the perfectly poised cover of Electronic's "Get the Message."