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Critics have called Vermonters Matt Valentine and Erika Elder (MV & EE) essential players in the contemporary "freak folk" revival — indie rock drawing on the spare creepiness of indigenous American roots music plus the lush, psychedelic edge added to it by '60s English artists like Nick Drake and Fairport Convention. The pair co-founded the cult-favorite Brattleboro Free Folk Festival and are signed to Thurston Moore's Ecstatic Peace label, through which they release extraordinary sonic landscapes rooted in rough, dirt-rural sounds and travel into the psychedelic stratosphere. MV & EE performs with Donald Miller's Red Hot White Lights, a new ensemble project by Anxious Sound promoter Rob Cambre, improvisational guitarist Donald Miller and drummer Austen Travis. The two-guitar trio ventures into the territory of scorching psychedelic blues. Tickets $5. — Alison Fensterstock

MV & EE

10 p.m. Fri., Jan. 30

Saturn Bar, 3067 St. Claude Ave., 949-7532


I Got Caves In There - MV+EE with The Golden Road
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