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Harvey-Sue record release, Old Calf, Charles Latham

When: Wed., Sept. 28, 9:30 p.m. 2011

Self-described as a "scavenger-folk woah-man band," Harvey-Sue is mostly the solo venture of Midtown Dickens' Catherine Edgerton, though she's often accompanied by her dog, the act's namesake. Edgerton employs a looser definition of folk than her better-known band; here, the term refers more to lyrical content than instrumentation, which includes a resonator, a stomp drum and a boombox that blasts found-sound beats. Old Calf is the latest project from Ned Oldham, which finds Oldham mining similar territory as his brother and collaborator Will; his gentle bedroom folk features gorgeous, lush orchestrations. Antifolk hero and former Triangle resident Charles Latham makes the trip from Philadelphia to open. —Spencer Griffith

Price: $5

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