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Weyes Blood, Horizontal Hold, Josh Moore

When: Tue., Jan. 13, 9 p.m. 2015

WEYES BLOOD THE PINHOOK, DURHAM | TUESDAY, JAN. 13

Natalie Mering, better known as Weyes Blood, is a young Brooklyn-based songwriter who sings with the perpetual flutter of an old folkie. Her bearing is regal but her tone is warm; she's the most charming princess at the highest-end Ren Faire ever held in Loudoun County. As natural as she sounds in that context, it's sort of surprising to learn of her recent history in Portland noise gang Jackie-O Motherfucker, or to discover she was a calm backing voice on Ariel Pink's wacky Mature Themes LP. Her own well-received 2014 record, The Innocents, paints in Anglophilic shades of 1960s hippie-dom. But there are modern tics in her pastorals, subtle glitches suggesting that her picture-window views might be facsimiles on an LED display. 9 p.m., $8, 117 W. Main St., Durham, 919-667-1100, www.thepinhook.com. —Jeff Klingman

Price: $8

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