Stephanie Kersley, keyboardist and mandolin player for Sterilize Stereo, is my next-door neighbor. Her apartment will soon be vacant, though, because her band is piling into a school bus, purchased supercheap from a guy in Chicago, and heading to Portland, Oregon, to live together and continue making music. Thats too bad, because no one else around sounds quite like Sterilize Stereo, which makes a cabaret-storming fusion of Captain Beefheart, gypsy music and Soul Coughing. The guitar player apes Richard Thompson, despite never having heard of the British master (I asked), and the hammy frontman -- Kersleys brother, Jake -- really can sing, which is kind of a rare thing on the local scene. Eat it up, Northwest. This show at the Brick is Sterilizes last area performance. The band is joined by fellow unknown local act Adamant Eve (sparse, riffy grunge rock) and equally low-profile but really good St. Louis Southern rock band Red Water Revival. Its off-the-radar stuff, but worth checking out.